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AOC rips Palin, tells her to 'Call 1-800-CRY-NOW'

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a New York Democrat, told former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on Thursday to "call 1-800-CRY-NOW" as part of a spat between the two over the Texas Heartbeat Act.

"I'm so sorry Sarah Palin is mad at me!" AOC wrote on Twitter. "In fact, to address this, I set up a special hotline just for her."

"Does my existence make you mad? Does the fact that, yes, I am a mouthpiece for the people of New York's 14th Congressional District upset you?" Ocasio-Cortez asked Palin. "Well, I have help for you. Call 1-800-CRY-NOW. That's 1-800-CRY-NOW."

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Ocasio-Cortez's blasting of Palin came in the wake of the former governor's Wednesday night Fox News appearance, during which she posited she was a greater feminist than Ocasio-Cortez.

The New York congresswoman is "such a fake feminist that she would bring up an issue like this and try to use it to make some kind of political point," Palin said.

The former governor was apparently referring to comments Ocasio-Cortez made about Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and the abortion law in the state.

Abbott is "not familiar with a menstruating person's body," Ocasio-Cortez said.

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"She's so off-base politically, but off-base even in this analogy or whatever it is that she's throwing out there," Palin said. "She's milking the whole female thing, and as a real feminist, I'm embarrassed for her."

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Tags: News, Sarah Palin, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Fox News, Alaska, New York, Abortion, Feminism

Original Author: Luke Gentile

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