Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her woke pals in the radical left-wing so-called “Squad” have become the most powerful force within the Democrat Party in a relatively short period of time.
Due to their influence they’ve moved their Party as far to the extreme Left as possible.
But the so-called “Squad” may have finally gone too far with one move that could spell the end for their reign of terror.
The “Squad” leads the Democrat Party
The “Squad” is a group of Democrat Members of Congress who represent the most radical, woke, left-wing elements within Congress.
The “Squad” consists of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Socialist-NY), Ilhan Omar (Socialist-MN), Ayanna Pressley (Socialist-MA), Rashida Tlaib (Socialist-MI), Jamaal Bowman (Socialist-NY), Cori Bush (Socialist-MO), Greg Casar (Socialist-TX), and Summer Lee (Socialist-PA).
In just a few years together, they introduced insanely woke legislation, supported the violent antics of Antifa and Black Lives Matter, called for the abolition of law enforcement, and the redistribution of wealth via reparations.
And thanks to the fact that they represent the biggest Democrat strongholds in the nation, they continue to win elections.
However, they’re now backing one radical group that even BLM and Antifa supporters can’t get behind.
Siding with the enemy
On October 7 of last year, the Palestinian terrorist group known as Hamas attacked Israel, killing roughly 1,200 innocent people and kidnapping 240 more.
The Palestinian government then protected Hamas.
While reasonable people understand that there is no moral equivalency and Israel has a right to exist and defend itself, the so-called “Squad” has firmly planted its flag with the Palestine terrorists who have the stated goal of wiping Israel off the map.
Despite the hateful displays by self-proclaimed “social justice warriors” on college campuses, it’s a minority stance that even most Democrats disagree with.
And now even the New York Times is reporting that the “Squad”’s pro-Palestine, pro-Hamas positioning could cause them massive complications in their respective Democrat primaries this year.
“To follow a pro-Palestinian march through the streets of a large city is to see 2020 reborn, with Black Lives Matter swapped for Free Palestine,” The Times reported. “But the moment, for now at least, offers several stark differences. In 2020… Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, and other Democratic members of Congress, put on Kente cloth and took a knee on the floor of the Capitol. Corporate America rushed to publish statements on social justice, race and policing. College administrators engineered new diversity initiatives. But as Israel’s war in Gaza grinds on, Amazon and Nike are not issuing statements in support of Palestinian civilians. No Senate and House leaders are wearing kaffiyehs.”
The Times added that U.S. universities are receiving backlash for allowing Jewish hate to be on full display in rallies and protests on campuses.
Democrat donors funding “Squad” opponents
And because of these differences from the 2020 radical left-wing riots, property destruction, assaults, rapes, and murders that came with the supposedly “mostly peaceful protests” orchestrated by Antifa and BLM, Democrat donors are taking note of the “Squad” getting in bed with a terrorist state.
“Some of the progressive Democrats known as the “Squad” could lose their re-election bids because of a large influx of pro-Israel cash as well as disaffected voters who believe that advocacy for Palestinians veers into antisemitism,” The Times reported.
The report specifically singles out the aforementioned Rep. Bush.
Bush has a serious primary challenger in St. Louis prosecutor Wesley Ball, who was originally planning to challenge Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO).
Ball has said he supports Israel.
“Many of the Democrats I spoke with told me that PACs affiliated with AIPAC and Democratic Majority for Israel are expected to spend millions in a bid to boost Bell and sink Bush,” the report read.
It should be noted, the realistic chance to unseat “Squad” members is only in the primaries as the districts they all represent are some of the bluest in the country, making the General Election practically a lock for whomever wins the Democrat primary.