Alexandria Ocasio Cortez said in an interview Sunday that she will no longer be using Facebook because social media poses a "public health risk," but the Democratic representative still retains use of her very big followings on Twitter and Instagram.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., didn't seem to know whom she was addressing when she told fellow freshman Rep.
Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said Omar "isn't just anti-Semitic - she's anti-American".
"They'll find somebody to challenge her in that district... somebody more moderate I think will take her lights out".
In February, she insinuated in a tweet that politicians in the US were bought by AIPAC, the non-partisan group seeking to foster relations between the USA and Israel.
As far as her use of Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez says she will still be there for her followers at a more a moderate level.
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"I mean, I think it's on the table, I certainly think it's on the table", Ocasio-Cortez replied.
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Known by her initials, AOC, the left-wing American politician has gained a considerable fanbase since being elected as a Democrat to represent NY in the 2018 mid-term elections.
A spokesman for Ocasio-Cortez told the Washington Post that "the congresswoman's words speak for themselves" when asked to comment. "I want her to show she has an open mind, come to Kentucky and learn about the ramifications about her proposals on real people struggling in real ways".
Ocasio-Cortez's disengagement from Facebook also tracks broad trends in social media use among young people. "I grew up with that Yankees dream team, like, [Derek] Jeter, [Jorge] Posada, like, Mariano Rivera", she said. "And so I'm not, like, scrolling through trying to read everything online that journalists are writing on weekends".
Though other progressives like New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio have had frosty relationships with Wall Street, Ocasio-Cortez has chosen to have no relationship at all, Fox Business reported - and she might be the only high-profile local elected official to refuse meetings with the banks.