Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is under attack after having said that they & # 39; the train on the progressive agenda & # 39; will lead, using a snake expression that many describe as a group of men who perform sexual acts with a woman in quick succession.
Ocasio-Cortez, 29, was in talks with the Washington Post about how often she is protected by conservative news media for media when she uses the sentence.
Now, in an ironic turn of events, the right-wing media is rebelling against something that Ocasio-Cortez has said.
Ocasio-Cortez was specifically discussing a fake photo of her circulating on right-wing media when the expression came up.
Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is under attack after having said that they & # 39; the train on the progressive agenda & # 39; will follow, using a snake expression that many describe as a group of men who perform sexual acts in quick succession to a woman
The photo, originally placed on Reddit, left a woman's feet upright against a bathtub. Some claimed that they could see the naked body of Ocasio-Cortez in the reflection of the crane.
But the photo was quickly unmasked after porn star Sydney Leathers became the owner of the photo.
& # 39; You can see that they become hysterical, because you are now creeping into my very body, which certainly exceeds a level, "Ocasio-Cortez said of the photo.
& # 39; They are from all their artillery. The nude should be the bazooka. Dude, you do not have any bullets, you do not have bombs anymore, you're all out of this stuff. What are you left? & # 39;
& # 39; I am working six days and you have used all your ammunition. So enjoy being exhausted for the next two years while we train on the progressive agenda. & # 39;
Right experts quickly caught the conversation with Ocasio-Cortez and shouted to her because of the use of the rough phrase.
There are actually two definitions to & # 39; running train & # 39; on Urban Dictionary, where the & # 39; top definition & # 39; is & # 39; & # 39; gangbang & # 39; a girl with multiple friends & # 39;
& # 39; Alex from the Bronx should probably know what & # 39; running train & # 39; means, and why this is hilariously terrible, & # 39; tweet Ben Shapiro, the chief editor of The Daily Caller.
Shapiro seemed to refer to a long-running claim by the right that Ocasio-Cortez can not call himself a native in the Bronx because she was in high school in a prosperous suburb of New York.
Ocasio-Cortez, who shared the same fact on her own campaign website, rejected the allegations that she lied about her background in the working class and noted that going to public school in Yorktown told her opinions on income inequality.
There are actually two definitions to & # 39; running train & # 39; on Urban Dictionary, where the & # 39; top definition & # 39; is & # 39; & # 39; gangbang & # 39; a girl with multiple friends & # 39 ;.
The second definition is: & # 39; To call your friends to perform several unpardonious sexual acts with one woman in quick succession. & # 39;
But it seems that the expression is also used by gamers, with one definition – written in 2009 – which explains that it means "working" to players in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
But it seems that the expression is also used by gamers, with one definition – written in 2009 – which explains that it means to & # 39; & # 39; go to work & # 39; & # 39; to players in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 by shooting them in the face while two-handed ranger shotguns. & # 39;
Another definition, written in 2011, claims that it means working on multiple people in a game or on something that has competition. IT IS NOT SEXUAL. & # 39;
Ocasio-Cortez has to comment on the latest controversy and whether she was aware of one of the definitions of the sentence.
But a few hours before the anger started on Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez contacted Twitter to respond to Paul Krugman about all & # 39; attention & # 39; she got in the media.
Krugman, a Nobel laureate, tweeted that while Ocasio-Cortez's "shocking turnout makes a good story", he believed that she got all the attention in a pool of "impressive first-year students & # 39; .
Law experts quickly caught up with Ocasio-Cortez and shouted to her because of the use of the coarse phrase
& # 39; I'm also not comfortable on & # 39 ;, Ocasio-Cortez responded Wednesday. & # 39; It is stressful and scary, but it is also beyond my control. & # 39;
I could have sat there while the extreme right ripped me to pieces (they were sure they did it the moment a woman like me won my primary), or I could fight back + do not let them. & # 39;
I have chosen to define myself instead of allowing me to take that from me. And that is why they are angry. & # 39;
The best thing I can do is to focus on the most urgent issues of our time: climate change, good government, jobs, wages, justice. & # 39;