<p>"It's just interesting to come to a place where a low-IQ race-baiter like that has an important voice in national policy," Carlson said. "Who cares what she thinks? She's totally reckless. And she's racist, openly."</p><p>Carlson did not elaborate on that claim, pivoting instead to accusing Ocasio-Cortez of seeking to change the country's population demographics in order to make her own party more powerful.</p><p>"I think the key is though is to think clearly about what is best for the United States. Obviously, the border policy now is a disaster — to be fair, it's been a disaster for a long time," Carlson continued. "It doesn't serve the interest of most Americans, and it won't because people like that use the magic word, which is 'racism,' to cow the rest of the country into submission."</p><p>"She wants to change the population, she wants her party to be more powerful," Carlson further declared. "I get it, but we're allowing her and people like her to do that because we are afraid of being called names." </p><p>Carlson concluded his comments by insisting that, in fact, viewers shouldn't care about what Ocasio-Cortez has to say, after allocating nearly a minute and a half of air time to responding to her, arguing that "rational" immigration reform can't happen "until decent people shed their fear of being smeared by someone whose opinion you really shouldn't care about." </p><p>"I don't care whatever that woman's name is thinks, and no one should care what she thinks," he concluded. </p><p>Fox News' audience likely does know "whatever that woman's name is," as the network has covered Ocasio-Cortez extensively since she rose to national prominence in the 2018 midterm elections. A Media Matters study found that in one six-week period in 2019, the New York lawmaker was mentioned at least 3,181 times on Fox News and the Fox Business Network just under 76 times a day.</p><p>"Not a single day passed in that time frame when Ocasio-Cortez was not mentioned on the networks," <a href="//www.salon.com/2019/04/16/fox-news-is-obsessed-with-alexandria-ocasio-cortez-new-study-finds/" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank">Salon reported on the study</a>. "More specifically, host Tucker Carlson called her an 'idiot wind bag,' a 'pompous little twit,' a 'garden-variety hypocrite,' 'self-involved and dumb,' a 'moron, and nasty and more self-righteous than any televangelist.'"</p><p><em>You can watch the video below:<br/></em></p><p><br/><em></em></p><p><br/></p>
<div class="rm-shortcode"Data-RM-ShortCode-ID ="775218aaadbbfea039a483abc27ce8bd" id="2533b"><blockquote class="Twitter-Tweet Twitter-Custom-Tweet" data-partner="rebelmouse"Data-Twitter-Tweet-ID ="1377659389809721348"><div style="margin:1em 0">"Who cares what she thinks?! ... I don't care whatever that woman's name thinks," Tucker Carlson says about Alexand… //t.co/LaMCkP5DYT</div> — Justin Baragona (@Justin Baragona)<a href="//twitter.com/justinbaragona/statuses/1377659389809721348">1617294568.0</a></blockquote></div>
<p>"The Justice Department inquiry is also examining whether Mr. Gaetz had sex with a 17-year-old girl and whether she received anything of material value, according to four people familiar with the investigation. The sex trafficking count against Mr. Greenberg involved the same girl, according to two people briefed on the investigation," the newspaper noted. "The Times has reviewed receipts from <a href="//www.clshoes-wholesale.com/matt-gaetz-trafficking/" target="_blank">Cash App, a mobile payments app, and Apple Pay</a> that show payments from Mr. Gaetz and Mr. Greenberg to one of the women, and a payment from Mr. Greenberg to a second woman. The women told their friends that the payments were for sex with the two men, according to two people familiar with the conversations."</p><p>One detail from the story had internet users discussing Gaetz as an alleged pimp.</p><p>"In some cases, Mr. Gaetz asked women to help find others who might be interested in having sex with him and his friends, according to two people familiar with those conversations," the newspaper reported.</p><div class="rm-shortcode"Data-RM-ShortCode-ID ="434e469a60bc855ba3ab542f7c9429c0" id="c5b24"><blockquote class="Twitter-Tweet Twitter-Custom-Tweet" data-partner="rebelmouse"Data-Twitter-Tweet-ID ="1377808134329221124"><div style="margin:1em 0">Among the many descriptors history will use to describe Matt Gaetz, today we add '据称小型皮条客'
//t.co/oVzIcoVQR0</div> — Max Burns (@Max Burns)<a href="//twitter.com/themaxburns/statuses/1377808134329221124">1617330032.0</a></blockquote></div>
<p>由于她表示不赞成计划，Noem很快就会谈到了重要评论'价格标签 - 许多共和党人的共同投诉已注意到。然后她继续抱怨她是"shocked" the president'S基础设施计划还旨在解决问题"housing and pipes." </p><p>"我今天和所有的州长召开了白宫，谈论这个包的细节，我震惊了多少'进入基础设施，" Noem said. "它进入研发。它进入住房和管道和不同的举措，绿色能源。它真的不是诚实的谈话'重新了解这个提议是什么。"</p><p>通过定义和分类，外壳和管道也可以定义为基础架构。根据牛津学习者词典，基础设施被认为是"一个国家或组织必须顺利进行的基本系统和服务，例如建筑物，运输和水和电源。"</p><p>The governor'社交媒体用户没有错过S Blunder。许多推特用户快速猜测Noem不知道基础架构是什么。</p><p>许多Twitter用户还建议Noem进行一点研究，以了解基础设施的基本定义以及它需要的内容。</p><p><br/></p>
<div class="rm-shortcode"Data-RM-ShortCode-ID ="e3b6302c6c80eb87b9e2e654f78f8a80" id="134d3"><blockquote class="Twitter-Tweet Twitter-Custom-Tweet" data-partner="rebelmouse"Data-Twitter-Tweet-ID ="1377429336014262275"><div style="margin:1em 0">Noem: I was shocked by how much doesn’t go into infrastructure... It goes into housing and pipes... //t.co/eQFej2gzkE</div> — Acyn (@Acyn)<a href="//twitter.com/Acyn/statuses/1377429336014262275">1617239719.0</a></blockquote></div>
<div class="rm-shortcode"Data-RM-ShortCode-ID ="C4744D8BDAB28D513DB49FB6BB8E5ACF" id="621a2"><blockquote class="Twitter-Tweet Twitter-Custom-Tweet" data-partner="rebelmouse"Data-Twitter-Tweet-ID ="1377488027136626691"><div style="margin:1em 0">@Semperdiced @Kristinoem：在·Fra·Struc·Ture
the basic physical and organizational structures and facilit… //t.co/XoatZHEqLj</div> — David Webb (@David Webb)<a href="//twitter.com/Treadstone_OPS/statuses/1377488027136626691">1617253712.0</a></blockquote></div>