Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren escalated her feud with rapper Cardi B by suggesting Wednesday morning in an interview with "Fox and Friends" that the freshman, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), is violent She advocated against her and she even encouraged retweeting of the rapper's comments.
After Cardi B and Lahren's Twitter dispute on Monday, Ocasio-Cortez sat down in a tweet for the Bronx natives.
Why do people think they could meet Bronx women without being fried?
They seem to have not perfected the Clapback game since the Sugarhill Gang 🤣 have found them all on Twitter https://t.co/pgxUU1BDJs[19659004-AlexandriaOcasio-Cortez(@AOC) January 20, 2019
In another tweet that Ocasio-Cortez did not retweet, Cardi B. said she would run "running".
"I'm not surprised about anything, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez But I'm also impressed how the left does the mental gymnastics to justify it," Lahren told Fox News on Wednesday "Listen, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says daily that Trump supporters and President Trump trigger violence themselves, and then she applauds and encourages a tweet of a rapper threatening physical violence. A double standard in the game and not just rappers .I t do not trust the trolls on Twitter. These are elected representatives who support the same and say "
Lahren claims the AOC has provoked violence against them pic.twitter.com/TgJSJb4IV2
– TPM Livewire (@TPMLiveWire) January 23, 2019