Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez beat US foreign policy during a private meeting with the leaders of the Bronx community, causing two military veterans to storm.
"She hits the country, she beats the president. And that's not what America is about, "said Silvio Mazzella, veteran of the Vietnam War and treasurer of the Community Board 11.
Anthony Vitaliano, an army veteran who had worked 38 years in the NYPD and commanded the Bronx murder detectives between Ocasio-Cortez and an employee of freshman Dem.
"She hits the country, she beats the president. And that's not what America is about.
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"I just could not hear their BS anymore," said the former CB11 chairman. "I just got up, got my umbrella in my hand and walked out."
"I just could not hear her BS anymore, I just got up, got my umbrella in my hand and left immediately."
A Middle East board member addressed the conflict in Yemen.
The ongoing fire struck US policy of providing Saudi bombs Arabia, which has supported the government of Yemen in a brutal civil war, told participants that some accused them of not having included the role of other nations in explaining the violence in the volatile region.
"Talking about America, really scared me off, "said 74-year-old Mazzella, who fought in Vietnam from 1966 to 1968.
When Israel later appeared at the meeting, Ocasio-Cortez v or that President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are autocrats.
"I was outraged," said the contestant, who does not want this, that his name will be published.
He, Mazzella and Vitaliano said they had all ended in disgust before the end of the session.
Previously, board members complained about problems with the US Postal Service, which regularly misses mail delivery, and a local Amtrak estate that grabs graffiti vandals. CB 11 is a working-class district on the east side of the Bronx that includes Allerton, Morris Park, Pelham Gardens and Van Nest. In addition to parts of the Bronx, the district of Ocasio-Cortez also includes Queens to the north of the center.
She wrote them down, "said Vitaliano, 78." The jury will deal with local issues. "
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They" danced around the whole "Question of Columbus Day, to which the neighborhood hosts a parade every year, said Vitaliano, who supports the creation of a day for indigenous peoples, but wants to preserve the cherished Italian-American tradition.
The room was not completely hostile to AOC. even though. One participant said, "There were many people who really admired what she said."
AOC's office denied that someone had stormed out of the meeting.
"The only person who left the meeting while it was running was someone who had to pick up their children," AOC spokesman Corbin Trent said.
Vitaliano asked Trent's comment: "This is Bulls-t. Everyone who was there knows that I left. "