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Ocasio-Cortez: Trump admitted by Killing Soleimani to ‘ Act of War. ‘

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Ocasio-Cortez: Trump admitted by Killing Soleimani to ' Act of War. '
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has declared President Trump engaged in “a war act” by murdering Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani.

The far-left Democratic congresswoman tweeted: “Last night, the President embarked on what is widely acknowledged as a war against Iran and threatens the lives of millions of innocent people.” Last night the president took on what is widely acknowledged as an act of war against Iran, potentially putting millions of innocent people at risk.


Now is the time to prevent war and protect innocent people–many people are wondering what is happening, in public and on a congressional level:— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 3, 2020 Reported by Breitbart.com: On Friday, Trump called for the airstrike that killed the leader of the Quds group of Iran not beginning a fight.

“Last night we took action to stop the war and did not start a war,” he said, adding that “Soleimani has made his love for the sick death of innocent people. In the subsequent tweet of the war, Ocasio-Cortez urged the followers of Soleimani not to fall into the so-called’ War Advocates ‘ message: War defenders start by saying’ we all want peace, but…’ or’ it is too late…’ and set up an agenda for peace that is naã¯ve for realpolitik.

Don’t give this gas lighting. Do not give into it. The same people sell us Iraq and sell us this new aggression provocation. This cycle can not be repeated.

Some have never understood, though, that Iran was the aggressor, not the United States, as Joel B. Pollak of Breitbart News. — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 3, 2020.

On Friday, he wrote: In addition, the death of Soleimani improves prospects for peace by encouraging the Iranian people to stand up to their leaders. The message was clear to the Iranian people: America is not against you, but against your oppressors. As if to help Trump, Iranian state television has officially stopped all programming to pay Soleimani homage. The people of Iran know that Trump cares more about them than its leaders.

Phillip Smyth, an expert in Middle East and Shia militias controlled by Iran at the Washington Institute, recently called Soleimani’s death the Iranian regime’s’ major blow.’

“I would say that this is probably the biggest decapitation attack ever made by the United States. This is a man who controls a transnational foreign legion that regulates governments in many countries, “Smyth said.

“It’s an amazing two-fer,” he said. “This is another old hand. This is another one. These guys are not growing on trees. This takes some time.

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