Actor Slams AOC’s Attack On Israel

Actor and comedian Michael Rapaport blasted Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) over the attack of Israel after the Jewish country defended itself from rocket attacks that came from inside Rafah.

After the IDF responded to the firing of eight rockets into Israel by Hamas over the weekend, Ocasio-Cortez said, “The IDF’s attack on a tent camp of innocents in Rafah is an indefensible atrocity. This was done in open defiance of @POTUS’s red line and the ICJ’s call for a ceasefire. It is long past time for the President to live up to his word and suspend military aid.”

In a video shared on X in response to Ocasio-Cortez’s remarks, Rapaport addressed her rant, saying, “Today, this morning, Hamas from Rafah, you know #AllEyesOnRafah, from Rafa — Hamas, those s***ting pedophiliac, necrophiliac, arsonist, kidnapping creep c***suckers — shot rockets into Tel Aviv.”

Noting that the rockets were shot down by the Iron Dome, Rapaport stated, “Fortunately, Baruch Hashem, the Iron Dome, Iron Dome, like the Dikembe Mutombo, ‘No, no, no.’”

“But let’s not forget when AOC, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — you know Alexandria with the good hair, you know Alexandria from the Bronx — remember when she cried those ‘Days of Our Lives’ tears. Remember when she cried when funding for the Iron Dome went through? Let’s not forget, here’s a clip,” he added, showing the clip in which the Democrat lawmaker was visibly upset that the United States voted in favor of replenishing Israel’s Iron Dome missiles so that the nation could defend itself from terrorist attacks.

Mocking Ocasio-Cortez’s feelings over the issue, the “Prison Break” actor said, “F*** your tears. F*** the Squad. F*** Jamaal Bowman. F*** Ilhan Omar. F*** Rashida Tlaib. And f*** your whole f***in crew, you Jew-hating Israel anti-Zionist miserable motherf***ers.”

After Hamas launched an attack at tel Aviv, Israel on Sunday launched an airstrike in the southern Gaza city of Rafah where the initial attack originated from. Per Palestinian medics, dozens of people, including civilians, were killed in that attack.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday that there was “a tragic mishap” in the attack.

“Despite our utmost efforts not to harm innocent civilians, last night, there was a tragic mishap. We are investigating the incident and will obtain a conclusion because this is our policy,” he said before Israel’s parliament.