Dan Crenshaw Sheds Light on AOC's 'Immigrants Drink Toilet Water' Fib
Sit down for this revelation: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told a mis-truth. A mis-truth is what a lie calls itself when it doesn't want to be called fake news and flagged on social media platforms. We all know how duteously fact-checkers like PolitiFact kiss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Prada-adorned toes. Rather than fact-checking their little princess. A few weeks ago, the mis-truth-telling AOC claimed illegal immigrants, who tried to invade the United States and shouldn't be here in the first place, were drinking from the toilets. Dan Crenshaw, the wind beneath our wings, cocked an eyebrow at such a claim. So he did a little investigative journalism. Since, you know, journalists don't. Here's what our favorite one-eyed studmuffin found:
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"El bano" can mean bathroom or toilets. Or "el bano" can mean the potable water fountain connected to the toilet for ease of plumbing. Which, had AOC bothered to go outside the narrative box which corrals her thoughts, she would've learned.
But here's what else it means: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is either a:
c. lying moron
I'm going with C.
Let's also note Dan Crenshaw is a sitting Congressman and had to do a little digging into AOC's book of lies. He probably figured the media, which carries AOC's bathwater to serve instead of wine at their dinner parties, wouldn't. A correct assumption. Media is too busy polishing AOC's shoes with their wagging tongues.
So thank you, Dan Crenshaw. A conservative stalwart and a part time investigative reporter.