Given it’s Occasional-Kotex I am not surprised.

I suspect the cucumber shoved up her ass must have fallen out because she’s talking out her ass and spewing more shit.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) seemingly accused the New York Police Department of racism after it deployed a robotic dog to fight crime in “low-income communities of color.”

Ocasio-Cortez’s comments on the use of the four-legged robot, known as “Digidog,” came days after it was filmed responding to a home invasion in her borough of the Bronx.

“Shout out to everyone who fought against community advocates who demanded these resources go to investments like school counseling instead,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote.

“Now robotic surveillance ground drones are being deployed for testing on low-income communities of color with under-resourced schools,” Ocasio-Cortez added, including a thumbs-up emoji.

Ocasio-Cortez insisted the money used to craft the $75,000 robot could have been used in other areas.

“Please ask yourself: when was the last time you saw next-generation, world class technology for education, healthcare, housing, etc consistently prioritized for underserved communities like this,” Ocasio-Cortez asked her followers.

Regarding the home invasion that took place in the Bronx, which utilized Digidog services, the Daily Mail noted:

Two men were reportedly being held hostage in a Bronx apartment. They had been threatened at gun point, tied up and tortured for hours by two male assailants who pretended to be plumbers to gain access to the home. One of the victims managed to escape and called the police. Digidog was deployed and helped officers determine that the armed suspects were no longer inside the home.

Digidog was created by Boston Dynamics and is currently in use by the Massachusetts State Police and the Honolulu Police Department. It was deployed in Brooklyn last October to help find a gunman hiding in a basement. It was also used in a hostage situation in Queens in November.

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  1. dekare says:

    Here is how I see this conversation with AOC:

    AOC: Why are you picking on low income neighborhoods, and sending in robot dogs to attack poor black people?

    THEY: Because that is where the most crime of the most heinous nature is.

    AOC: Why aren’t you sending these same robot dogs into rich white neighborhoods?

    THEY: Because there is very little to no crime there. We send bomb sniffing dogs to where the bombs are, we send drug sniffing dogs to where the drugs are, and so it would seem we send the crime sniffing dogs to where the crime is. To send them anywhere else would be fruitless and a waste of resources.

    AOC: But there is crime in rich white neighborhoods, you could send robot crime dogs there still.

    THEY: Crime for the most part that happens in white rich neighborhoods is typically the cause or improperly raised blacks coming into those areas, causing problems, committing crimes, and then fleeing back to their poor black neighborhoods where they believe they will be safe. Hence, the robot crime dogs being sent in after them.

    AOC: You are doing this because you hate poor black people. Law enforcement is racist.

    THEY: We are doing this, not because we hate poor black people, but instead we hate criminals. We are not targeting poor black people, we are targeting criminals…who happen to be poor black people. We promise, as soon as rich white people become a problem, we will send robot crime dogs after them too…just as soon as we see it.

    AOC: All white people are racist.
    THEY: Are you judging people strictly based on the color of their skin? Why are only white people racists and not black people? So tell us exactly, who is the real racists here?

    AOC: UM UM UM UM…garbage disposals were invented by white people to make people like me look stupid.
    THEY: You need no help from white people in order to do that…you are managing that quite nicely all by yourself.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    AOC may seem stupid, but her “logic” torch burns bright with the dimwit Baboons and Spics. And that’s the goal: feed the audience what they want to hear and they’ll keep buying tickets to the concerts.

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