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    Police to ‘pompous twit’ AOC: Resign before we’re forced to arrest you

    Updated: March 22, 2019 at 10:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    On Friday, Law Enforcement Today published what it said is a letter to newly-elected Democrat Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from a group of anonymous NYC-area police officers who have a simple message for the congresswoman recently dubbed a “pompous little twit” for her economy-destroying Green New Deal:  Resign or face arrest.

    The letter, which can be seen here, reads:

    Dear Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,

    First, we want to congratulate you on your win.

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    *Slow golf clap* 

    You successfully demonstrated that if you rally together enough low-education voters and millennials and convince them that socialism looks like a well-endowed woman giving out whatever you want for free, you can sit in Congress with grownups and liberals.

    You have become fodder for a lifetime of memes.  You’ve become the butt of just about every joke in our department locker room.

    You’ve become a unifying force among Americans who still possess their brain, tying us together in pure disgust for what has happened to our country.

    You’ve proven that you don’t have to have ever held a real job or actually paid your taxes.  We’ve learned that if you

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