16-year-old conservative pundit C.J. Pearson took to Twitter on Tuesday to express his thoughts on the conduct of the Democrats at the State of the Union address. However, this didn’t sit well with Rep. Nydia Velázquez who elected to go after Pearson and essentially threaten him, as documented by The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Reviewing What Happened
On Tuesday night, C.J. Pearson posted the following tweet:
.@AOC has been talking this entire speech and the woman next to her keeps trying to look the other way 😂😂.
— CJ Pearson (@thecjpearson) February 6, 2019
Now, “the woman next to [Ocasio-Cortez]” took issue with the conservative 16-year-old’s tweet because she fired back with a very questionable and indirectly threatening response:
But you should learn my name. https://t.co/frL8ikNDcV
— Nydia M Velázquez (@ReElectNydia) February 6, 2019
Left-Wing Double Standards
Of course, the Democrats who claim to care for children and equality so much did not condemn Velazquez at all. The massive left-wing hypocrisy has already been exposed; Democrats only care about the fair treatment of others when it benefits their cause. The threat upon C.J. Pearson was in no way called for, but the left-wing doesn’t care.
The 16-year-old conservative pundit did, however, appear on Fox and Friends to share his thoughts on the response to his observational tweet:
“I would have loved to have a discussion with the congresswoman about issues I care about, such as education, about reining in the national deficit which is $21 trillion, which is continuously kicked down the can by the leaders of today that my generation is going to have to pay back. I would have loved to have that conversation with her, but instead, she threatened and belittled me. It was classless and beneath the office that she holds.”
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