Laura Ingraham tried to correct Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s grammar — and it backfired.
- How it started: Ocasio-Cortez responded to a tweet from Columbia University about a letter sent to the Congresswoman urging her to unblock accounts on Twitter.
- Why she blocks some accounts: AOC explained that she does, in fact, block about 20 accounts for harassment.
- She goes on to explain: “Harassment is not a viewpoint. Some accounts, like the Daily Caller, posted fake nude photos of me & abused my comments to spread it. No one is entitled to abuse,” she tweeted.
- She made a grammatical error: Ocasio-Cortez responded with a two point breakdown of why she blocks “less than” 20 accounts.
- Enter Laura: Ingraham snatched up the opportunity to correction her use of “less” vs. “fewer” (“fewer” would have been correct).
- AOC responds: Ocasio Corteze responded back calling Ingraham a “neo-Nazi fan favorite.”
- She wrote: “See? You’re a neo-Nazi fan favorite and I don’t block you for defending white supremacist viewpoints and mocking gun violence survivors.”