Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York said certain communities, including ones within the United States, have no other option that to riot if they are marginalized.

Ocasio Cortez made the comments during a radio interview with New York’s Hot 97 Tuesday, several weeks after an armed, self-described “Antifa” man attacked an ICE detention facility in Washington state using similar language to hers in his manifesto

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said some US communities ‘have no choice but to riot’ if marginalized

AOC was around two and a half years old when the L.A. Riots happened, so at best it was something she saw a video about in the Discovery Channel. And growing her sheltered life, she does not realize the immense damage a riot does to the “marginalized” community that starts it. It took well over a decade for L.A to recover from that evens and I believe that the epicenter of the riot is not quite healed.

Unless it is a very organized event with money backing them up, community rioters do form caravans nor take public transportation to go to but prey their own neighborhood. so there is no damage done to the Evil Capitalists (unless you burn down the local fast food restaurant or Dollar store) but to the locally owned mom and pop places that may have been in the community for decades or new places created by their own neighbors with much sacrifice.

And the problem is that the neighborhood may not be as receptive and take umbrage at the idea that you being pissed off somehow makes you think you can partake with my property and set the rest on fire. And they may do something about it.

So AOC is transitioning from being a clueless dumbass and becoming a dangerous clueless dumbass who will get people killed. But for the Left, having people killed is not a bug but a feature.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. As far as I’m concerned, riot all you like.

    You just don’t get any public funds to pay for the cleanup (other than bulldozing it all flat) or to rebuild.


  2. In addition to looting and burning local mom and pop businesses, and the occasional big corporate fast food place, when the dust and ashes settle, no one wants to replace the business destroyed during the riots. The bottom line is that already marginalized people now have to travel further, often on less than safe public transport, just to get clothing, groceries, and other essentials.

  3. Back in 1996 I lived in south st Pete when those riots happened. I normally didnt load my colt 1991a1 but after hearing them shooting at helicopters did so. Had a spare mag in my pants pocket, and had a box of cartridges nearby I could grab. Btracaded my doors with furniture. Next door neighbors were a mixed race couple and though they were going to get lynched so they batracaded all their doors and hid in the bathroom barracading those too.
    There was a rumor passed around about a guy with an sks set it up on a table in his front yard with other weapons and a stock pile of ammo calmly cleaning it. Had to be true as the people telling it were pretty clueless about guns but siddenly were very interested afterwards.

  4. A friend of mine told a story of the Riots in Baltimore back in the day (not the 2015 ones). They all rushed to the parent’s of one of his friends where they setup a table in the front room of the row house, looking out over the street. Their the three of them sat quietly with their AR-15s looking out at the stream of PoC rushing by.

    At the end of the day there were four row houses with zero damage to them, theirs, and the three directly across the street. The two row houses with the least amount of damage were the two row houses next to theirs not in line of sight.

    For some reason the sight of armed men standing quietly causes bad people to go “that away” and for Mom’s Demand to need a pantie change.

  5. I actually think that this is what a segment of the left wants. We are a mag dump away from them having a bunch of martyrs that they can use to institute all of the policies that they have thus far been denied. Never let a crisis go to waste and all that.
    That still doesn’t mean that I am willing to take one for the team and be defenseless.

    1. I am gonna quote Larry Correia:

      A friend of mine who is a political activist said something interesting the other day, and that was for most people on the left political violence is a knob, and they can turn the heat up and down, with things like protests, and riots, all the way up to destruction of property, and sometimes murder… But for the vast majority of folks on the right, it’s an off and on switch. And the settings are Vote or Shoot Fucking Everybody. And believe me, you really don’t want that switch to get flipped, because Civil War 2.0 would make Bosnia look like a trip to Disneyworld

      1. US Civil War 2.0 would look like Lebanon Syria on steriods.
        Basically, it would the Urban vs. the Suburban and Rural.

  6. A friend of mine, now deceased, was on those rooftops. He was a Vietnam combat veteran married to a Korean lady. Those were his in-laws. He said he had an M1 carbine and made sure he stayed out of the photographer’s lens.

    He said it was “sporty”, but nothing like Vietnam.

    I have a feeling if things get “sporty” again, it will make Vietnam look like a Sunday school picnic.

  7. Thanks Miguel for the assessment that it is an “on or off switch” for most of us.

    I love peace, but not at the expense of my freedom or the good.

    I suspect many of us live by the adage that we will not start a fight, but we will FINISH it.

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