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AOC’s List Of Trump Supporters Is Already Being Created, Obama Admin’s Simon Confirms [Update]


ICYMI| Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has made it clear that if she has her way a list of the Dem’s political opposition… aka Trump supporters… will be compiled, I can only assume this would be for future targeting…

Here are links to the actual tweets… For as long as they remain up…


The tone and wording of her tweets… “Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity…” should scare the bejeezus out of every American who still believes we live in a land where we’re free to express ourselves.

That’s especially true when you realize the number of retweets and the amount of love she received for those tweets.  Remember, Biden apparently put Ocasio-Cortez on a policy board with Bernie Sanders and Nancy Pelosi provided her wide berth in Congress.

Historically, the elimination of political opposition is a consistent approach by far-leftists who prefer to use ostracization, internment and ultimately extermination to avoid any further impediments upon their quest for ultimate control. – Sundance

Who the heck are these people?

One is Michael Simon, former President Obama’s data-assembly lead who responded to Rep. Ocasio-Cortez to let her know the “accountability’ project was already well underway…

From The Trump Accountability Project website:

There’s nothing to laugh about here.  Regardless of what the courts determine to be legitimate votes, tens of millions of your fellow Americans voted for this totalitarianism.

And, they’ve been calling us the Nazi’s for the past four years…

UPDATE: The Trump Accountably Project Has Folded. 

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Thanks, Terry

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