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Radio host says Israel is led by 'white supremacist Jews' — and Ocasio-Cortez says she 'absolutely' agrees

Is the media going to demand answers from Democratic leadership?

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) voiced her agreement with a radio host blaming "white supremacist Jews" for the unrest between Israel and the Palestinians in her latest anti-Semitic scandal.

Ocasio-Cortez was being interviewed on the "Ebro in the Morning" radio program when she agreed with the host's bizarre comments.

"There's a lot of young Jewish people that I know that are absolutely against the occupation and I wanted you, because often on this program, we have the freedom to address the fact that something that you know people, it's an oxymoron, how do you have white supremacist Jews?" he said.

"How do you have people like Stephen Miller? How do you have these individuals who are legit aligning with racism and white supremacy, but they're Jewish and it's something that most people can't wrap their brains around," he continued.

"But it's a real thing and what's going on with Israel and Palestine, while it's very deep, it is very, very criminal," he concluded. "It is very, very unjust."

"Absolutely," Ocasio-Cortez agreed.

"And I think to where we're at as a country when it comes to Israel-Palestine is very much a generational thing," she continued. "I think that when we start looking at it through that lens, a lot of this stuff starts to make sense."

"It's like what you're talking about, young Jews in Israel are sick of this," Ocasio-Cortez concluded.

The fiery freshman socialist Democrat has been criticized for previous controversial statements, including some about Israel.

Here's the audio of the comments from Ocasio-Cortez:

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