Florida Democrat says those ‘making fun’ of members of Congress on-line ought to be ‘prosecuted’

Florida Democrat says those 'making fun' of members of Congress on-line ought to be 'prosecuted'

Democrat Rep. Frederica Wilson same those who square measure “making fun” of members of Congress on-line ought to be “prosecuted.”

The American state legislator created the comments on weekday outside of the Homestead Temporary Shelter for Unaccompanied youngsters in her home state.

“Those those who square measure on-line creating fun of members of Congress square measure a disgrace, and there’s no would like for anyone to assume that’s unacceptable,” Wilson same.

“We’re gonna shut them down and work with whoever it’s to shut them down, and that they ought to be prosecuted,” she more. “You cannot intimidate members of Congress, frighten members of Congress. it’s against the law, and it is a shame during this us of America.”
Wilson’s comments came amid an argument over a Facebook cluster that features patrol agents and wherever they allegedly mocked and denote graphic content regarding members of Congress, together with ny Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

The website ProPublica denote a story weekday headlined “Inside the key patrol Facebook cluster wherever Agents Joke regarding Migrant Deaths and Post Sexist Memes.”

In addition to showing indifference toward the deaths of migrants, members created vulgar jokes regarding Ocasio-Cortez and alternative members of the law-makers Hispanic Caucus previous their visit a patrol facility in Lone-Star State on weekday, the story alleged.


Wilson additionally curst President Trump for folks losing respect for Congress and also the White House, speech he has “taken this country to its knees.”

She once suspect Trump of being “hateful towards black people” and declined to participate within the State of the Union address in 2018.

The legislator additionally rose to prominence in 2017 when she leaked the speech communication Trump had with the Gold Star widow whose husband died in Niger and criticized the president for being “so insensitive” when he same that the slain soldier “knew what he signed up for…but once it happens, it hurts anyway.”

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