Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threw a temper tantrum after this Time Square billboard exposed her big Communist China secret

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has grown accustomed to being able to do and say whatever she wants without being questioned by Democrats’ media allies.

So when her misdeeds are exposed she tends to lose control.

And Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threw a temper tantrum after this Times Square billboard exposed her big Communist China secret.

A bold billboard in Times Square is grabbing attention and sparking controversy by taking aim at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Socialist-NY), accusing her of turning a blind eye to Communist China’s threats. 

The billboard promotes bestselling author Peter Schweizer’s latest work, Blood Money: Why the Powerful Turn a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans, and features a striking image of Rep. Ocasio-Cortez with the caption “AO-CCP.”

AOC was left embarrassed after readers started to realize exactly what this new book claims.

According to Schweizer’s reporting, Ocasio-Cortez has been less than vigilant when it comes to addressing the national security issues posed by Communist China, particularly in relation to TikTok, the popular social media platform.

“The Chinese military is weaponizing TikTok to target American children,” the billboard boldly proclaims. “AOC argued against a TikTok ban…On TikTok!”

Schweizer himself weighed in on the issue, highlighting the importance of TikTok as a potential Trojan horse for Communist Chinese influence. 

“AOC is from New York, and we feel like she has been woefully silent on so many issues, whether it’s fentanyl, whether it’s TikTok. And she does not see China as a threat. So, we thought it was important to highlight that,” he explained to Fox News Digital.

The crux of the matter lies in Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s alleged opposition to a ban on TikTok, despite mounting concerns that the platform is being exploited by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to gather data and spread propaganda.

Schweizer delves deeper into the controversy in his book, accusing Ocasio-Cortez of failing to grasp the gravity of the situation. 

“She never addressed the fact that because TikTok is controlled by the Chinese state, it represents a very different challenge than that of an American tech company,” Schweizer wrote. 

“She also expressed no concerns about the propaganda and social manipulation aspects of the platform,” he added.

Moreover, Schweizer raises eyebrows by suggesting a possible conflict of interest, noting that the Hispanic Caucus Foundation – which put Ocasio-Cortez on its Advisory Council – received a substantial contribution from ByteDance, TikTok’s Communist Chinese-controlled parent company.

But the issue goes beyond TikTok.

Schweizer argues that Communist China’s influence extends far and wide, with TikTok being just one piece of the puzzle. 

He warns of Communist China’s extensive campaign on social media, aimed at exacerbating divisions within American society.

Schweizer also discusses concerns that Ocasio-Cortez and other politicians have not spoken out strongly enough when it comes to fentanyl as Communist China is known as the primary source of fentanyl-related substances trafficked into the United States, according to the DEA.

“Ocasio-Cortez, who serves as the vice ranking member of the powerful House Oversight Committee, has been weirdly silent on fentanyl and China’s role,” Schweizer says in his book.

The Times Square billboard has ignited a firestorm of controversy, shining a spotlight on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stance on Communist China, and raising questions about the broader implications for U.S. national security. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.