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Marco Rubio responds perfectly to Ocasio-Cortez in Twitter feud over foul-mouthed insult to Republicans

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida ended socialist Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York after she tried to defend a foul-mouthed insult against Republicans by a Biden administration official.

The feud began after Rubio criticized Jen O’Malley Dillon, picked by President-elect Joe Biden to be his deputy chief of staff, for using an expletive to refer to Republicans.

“Biden talks about unity and healing, but you want to know what they really think? Read how the person he wants as the next WH deputy chief of staff called Republicans in Congress a bunch of f***ers,” tweeted Rubio.

Ocasio-Cortez pounced on Rubio’s tweet to defend Dillon’s statement, and to add her own foul-mouthed insult against Republicans she made in October.

“.@marcorubio you stood by in total silence when your GOP colleague called a Congresswoman a ‘f— b—’ on the Capitol steps in front of press. You weren’t big enough to speak then, & you don’t get to sob now. BTW that is the right word for those who fleece & scam working families,” she tweeted.

She added a screenshot of her quote To Vanity Fair.

“These are the same people saying that we can’t have tuition-free public colleges because there’s no money when these motherf***ers are only paying $750 a year in taxes,” she said in the quote.

Ocasio-Cortez was referring to an incident where a Republican congressional colleague cursed at her on the steps of the Congress for tying crime to poverty.

In a second tweet she scolded Republicans about the stalled coronavirus relief bill.

“Tired of these people encouraging, ignoring, and excusing their own abusive behavior for years to then turn around and act like the biggest coddled babies in the world. People are hungry and this is what you’re mad about. Take that energy to supporting retroactive UI & checks,” she added.

Rubio responded simply, “BTW, the right word for those who fleece & scam working families is actually ‘socialist.'”

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Democrat Katie Hill, who resigned from Congress over sex scandal, actually calls Republicans ‘biggest bunch of f***ers in history’

One might say the adage “it takes one to know one” now applies to disgraced former U.S. Rep. Katie Hill.

Oh, do tell!

The California Democrat — who resigned from Congress in 2019 just months into her freshman term amid allegations of an extramarital affair with her legislative director and publication of leaked nude photos of Hill — got an eyeful of Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio’s tweet concerning the divisive words of Jen O’Malley Dillon, the incoming deputy chief of staff for President-elect Joe Biden.

“Biden talks about unity and healing, but you want to know what they really think?” Rubio asked in his Wednesday post. “Read how the person he wants as the next WH deputy chief of staff called Republicans in Congress a bunch of f***ers.”

Hill apparently couldn’t help herself — and fired off a response to the Florida senator:

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“Because y’all are the biggest bunch of f***ers in history,” Hill wrote. “Stop being that and unity/healing will be a hell of a lot easier.”

Let the backlash begin

It should come as no surprise that a few folks found it a bit maddening — and quite humorous — that Hill had anything to say at all on the matter, particularly given her dubious resume.

And her F-bomb didn’t go unnoticed, either:

  • “The woman who had three-ways with her staff and had to resign because of it is calling people ‘f***ers,'” comedian Tim Young commented. “Just perfect.”
  • “Hilarious! Thank you for putting the true hatred of the Left on display for the world to see,” another commenter wrote. “We will NEVER unite with evil. Never.”
  • “Trust Katie,” another user quipped. “She is an expert on a bunch of f***ers.”

Anything else?

Hill — who launched a podcast titled “Naked Politics” in October — denied the allegations of an affair but admitted to having a “consensual” three-way relationship with a female campaign staffer and her now-ex husband prior to taking office. Hill blamed “rampant biphobia” as a major factor in her decision to step down.

And in regard to O’Malley Dillon’s F-bomb that got this whole thing rolling, an Axios report indicated that some advisers close to Biden are frustrated over what she had to say about congressional Republicans. The piece quoted a Biden donor as saying, “For those of us who, from Day One, bought into Biden’s calls for civility and a return to normalcy, this isn’t just beyond the pale — it’s plain stupid.”

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Biden’s deputy chief of staff calls for unity while trashing Republicans as ‘a bunch of f***ers’

The campaign manager and now deputy chief of staff for President-elect Joe Biden trashed Republicans as “a bunch of f***ers” recently even as she called for compromise between Democrats and Republicans over the next four years.

Speaking with Glamour magazine in an interview published Tuesday, Jen O’Malley Dillon — who served as campaign manager for former Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke in 2020 before eventually heading up Biden’s campaign — praised the president-elect for his dreamy insistence on unity.

“The president-elect was able to connect with people over this sense of unity. In the primary, people would mock him, like, ‘You think you can work with Republicans?’ I’m not saying they’re not a bunch of f***ers. Mitch McConnell is terrible,” she explained. “But this sense that you couldn’t wish for that, you couldn’t wish for this bipartisan ideal? He rejected that. From start to finish, he set out with this idea that unity was possible, that together we are stronger, that we, as a country, need healing, and our politics needs that too.”

O’Malley Dillon, who last month was promoted to deputy chief of staff for the incoming Biden administration, added that compromise will be essential for American politics moving forward.

“Which is not to say it is easy. It is like a relationship. You can’t do politics alone,” she said. “If the other person is not willing to do the work, then that becomes really hard. But I think, more than not, people want to see impact. They want to see us moving in a path forward. They want to do their work, get paid a fair share, have time for themselves and their family, and see each other as neighbors. And this overhang of this negative, polarized electorate that politics has created is the thing that I think we can break down.”

Of course, talk of compromise always follows an election and almost always is heard exclusively from the winning side. Taking the last four years as an example, it is clear to see that the Democratic Party has not demonstrated compromise to be an abiding characteristic of theirs.

O’Malley Dillon knows this, as she is certainly no stranger to Democratic Party politics. According to CNN, she has previously served as the executive director of the Democratic National Committee and the founding partner at Precision Strategies, a Democratic consulting firm.

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Biden campaign sounds alarm in internal memo, warns race is ‘far closer’ than polls show

Joe Biden’s campaign warned in an internal memo Saturday that the race between President Donald Trump and Biden is much closer than election polling suggests.

What do the polls show?

According to RealClearPolitics, national polling shows that Biden has a commanding lead over Trump.

Currently, Biden’s average national lead over Trump stands at 9%, while his lead in top battleground states is half that, just 4.5%, according to RCP.

What is the Biden camp saying?

Biden’s lead, which has remained relatively steady throughout the general election season, should not give Democratic voters a false sense of security that Biden has the win in the bag, Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon said in a letter to supporters on Saturday, the Washington Post reported.

“We cannot become complacent because the very searing truth is that Donald Trump can still win this race, and every indication we have shows that this thing is going to come down to the wire,” Dillon wrote.

According to the Post, Dillon urged campaign supporters to “campaign like we’re trailing,” reminding them that national polling also showed Clinton with significant leads in the run-up to the 2016 election.

In fact, Dillon said the “race is far closer than some of the punditry we’re seeing on Twitter and on TV would suggest.”

“While we see robust leads at the national level, in the states we’re counting on to carry us to victory like Arizona and North Carolina we’re only up by three points.” Dillon explained. “We also know that even the best polling can be wrong, and that variables like turnout mean that in a number of critical states we are functionally tied — and that we need to campaign like we’re trailing.”

Anything else?

The memo echoed comments that Dillon made Friday in which she warned that the national polling numbers are “inflated.”

“Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits,” Dillon said. “Those are inflated national public polling numbers.”

Dillon also made similar comments earlier in the week on social media.

“Early voting is already underway in many states. Millions of voters have already cast their ballots. But there is still a long way to go in this campaign, and we think this race is far closer than folks on this website think,” she said. “Like a lot closer.”

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Biden campaign manager says national poll numbers are ‘inflated’

The campaign manager for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign warned that the national poll numbers were “inflated” and that their internal polls showed the race to be much closer than is being reported.

Jen O’Malley Dillon made the comments during a grassroots summit videoconference to supporters on Friday.

Video of the event is
no longer available but her comments were documented by New York Times reporter Shane Goldmacher on Twitter.

“Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits,” she reportedly said. “Those are inflated national public polling numbers.”

The sentiment was corroborated by similar comments she made on Wednesday on her own social media account. After reporting successful campaign finance donation numbers, she warned that the election was closer than the polls would suggest.

“Early voting is already underway in many states. Millions of voters have already cast their ballots. But there is still a long way to go in this campaign, and we think this race is far closer than folks on this website think,” said Dillon.

“Like a lot closer,” she added.

As of Friday, Biden had a large lead over President Donald Trump in the RealClearPolitics average of polls. It calculated Biden to have a 8.9% advantage nationally, with 51.2% preferring Biden, and only 42.3% preferring Trump.

When the Trump campaign was asked to respond to the widening gap between the candidates in the polling, Trump 2020 campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley mocked CNN, the source of one poll.

“I’m not really gonna listen to polls from CNN,” he said, “they don’t have the best, most stellar reputation for being real news, and we can always talk about flawed methodology, I don’t want to get into that. These are the same pollsters though, that had the president down and out in 2016.”

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