Democratic congresswoman threatens black Republican teenager: ‘You’re right to be afraid of us.’
Democratic New York Rep. Nydia Velazquez told pro-Trump CJ Pearson that “you’re right to be afraid of us” after he referred to her as “the woman next to” Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a tweet about the State of the Union.
Just when you think that Democrats have sunk as low as they could possibly go, they go even lower as shown in that they now threaten people, especially minors. Awesome response!
Democratic Rep. Nydia Velázquez (N.Y.) responded to a conservative student’s tweet about last week’s State of the Union address by saying “you’re right to be afraid of us.”
CJ Pearson, 16, tweeted that “the woman next to” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) – Velázquez — wanted to “look the other way” while Ocasio-Cortez was speaking.
Velázquez replied, saying people like she and Ocasio-Cortez “are the future of this country. And you’re right to be afraid of us.”
Pearson appeared on Fox & Friends Sunday and said that he was surprised to see the congresswoman had responded to his tweet.
“I was completely taken aback,” he said. “There is a sitting congresswoman telling me that I should fear her … I do not fear her because this is America.” More
A Democratic representative thinks it’s cool to threaten a 16-year-old kid. BTW, CJ Pearson never said he was afraid.
But you should learn my name. https://t.co/frL8ikNDcV
— Nydia M Velázquez (@ReElectNydia) February 6, 2019
The American people (especially those who are still children) are never supposed to fear government officials, especially elected officials. The government is supposed to fear us.
“When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.”
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Familiar with C.J. Pearson, the well known Conservative teenager(16 yrs old)aren’t you? Here was a real response by a sitting Congress woman to his comments on his Twitter account, telling him, “you’re right to be afraid of us” https://t.co/WfMFdw8hXO
— SCOTT DILL (@roaddawgsdill) February 11, 2019