"His statements about Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Green New Deal have nothing to do with Greenpeace's positions and should not be reported as such".
Director of the National Legal and Policy Center's Government Integrity Project Tom Anderson told the Washinton Examiner, "It appears Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her associates ran an off-the-books operation to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars, thus violating the foundation of all campaign finance laws: transparency". I think it's important that we approach this very carefully...
The Bronx native said she predicted "from day one" that she would be relegated to the "pretty idiot category", which has put her on the receiving end of an onslaught of harassment from internet trolls and Republicans.
Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, saying their wins "convinced others, but I think it helped us convince ourselves that this was not a fluke, that we did this and that it was a movement that did this".
According to the Post, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi scolded her wayward center-leaning colleagues, telling them: "We are either a team or we're not, and we have to make that decision".More news: 5 years on, Malaysia open to proposals to resume search for MH370
More news: Pau Gasol signs with Bucks
More news: Baltimore Police Say It Was Husband, Not Panhandler, Who Killed Wife
Blanca Ocasio-Cortez moved into an $87,000, 860-square foot home in Eustis, Florida - north of Orlando - in late 2016. "To her critics, Ocasio-Cortez is firmly in the pretty idiot category". "I said that by Dems distinguishing themselves by breaking off on procedural...votes, they were inadvertently making a list of targets for the GOP and for progressive advocates on their pro-ICE vote".
Ocasio-Cortez and Chakrabarti could face prison if the FEC determines that they knowingly and willfully withheld their ties between the campaign and the political action committee from the FEC to bypass campaign contribution limits, according to Smith.
Justice Democrats supported 12 candidates during the 2018 election, with a stated goal of getting at least one of them to unseat an establishment Democratic incumbent.
Ocasio-Cortez has called out the paper multiple times for its frequent coverage of her.
It's a tactic that has been embraced by some conservative groups and politicians on the right, especially during the 2010 and 2012 elections, when incumbent lawmakers in the House and Senate were ousted in primaries by conservative challengers.