The famous tweet by Ocasio-Cortez to McConnel “"Just wanted to clarify: are you paying for young men to practice groping & choking members of Congress w/ your payroll, or is this just the standard culture of #TeamMitch?" By this, “Team Mitch in no way condones any aggressive, suggestive or demeaning act toward life-sized cardboard cutouts of any gender,” McConnell campaign spokesman Kevin Golden told the New York Post. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Takes On Donald Trump And Mitch McConnell have been majorly questioning on the exhibited masculinity to joke about the political deaths of the opponents in the immediate aftermath of Saturday's massacre in El Paso, Texas, which claimed the lives of 22 Americans.

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These young men are not campaign staff as they’re high schoolers and it’s incredible that the national media has sought to once again paint a target on their backs rather than report real and significant news in our country. According to a survey, people think The nation is turning to Leader McConnell right now for leadership, and this is the furthest thing from it," Giffords tweeted on Monday. "Leader McConnell must apologize.

Amid his appearance at the Fancy Farm picnic Saturday in western Kentucky, McConnell, referred to himself the "Grim Reaper," which he also shared on Twitter with a photo of a display of fake grave markers erected outside the annual event. Nestled between "Team Mitch" yard signs were tombstones attributed to Democrats: "Green New Deal" and "socialism."

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McConnell tweeted Saturday that he was 'horrified' by the 'senseless violence,'" the former congresswoman called attention to in a series of tweets. This is where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Takes On Donald Trump And Mitch McConnell were together saying

"I am appalled that in this divisive political climate a climate where gun violence fueled by hate is on the riseMitch McConnell is joking about the death of his current and former opponents and a federal judge."

There are threats intimidation and various such things which are noticed broadly, but sadly has no place for hate in our society! There is each and every individual in America, especially someone in a position of leadership, has a responsibility to recognize that words and actions matter. What we say and what we do inspires others to act.

More than 120,000 tweets sharing the hashtag #MassacreMitch were sent in the wake of this weekend's pair of mass shootings, calling out the Republican leader over Senate inaction in the wake of continued bloodshed and gun control which was quite necessary to take actions on. It directly echoed with criticisms of McConnell as "Moscow Mitch" after his repeated refusal to consider election security legislation amid the continued fallout of Russian interference in the 2016 race.

Later McConnell endured a fractured shoulder as he fell outside of his home in the city of Louisville. The news arrived on the same day that Democratic leaders in Congress called on the top Republican to reconvene the Senate, which is currently on summer recess, to pass legislation to reform gun laws. Thus far, McConnell has dodged those calls.

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