Triggered: AOC flips out as her pet project is mercilessly mocked

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lashed out at Sen. Rick Scott after the senator took a shot at her Green New Deal.

Scott called out Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter, poking fun at her ultra-progressive deal that has progressives avidly following the freshman congresswoman.

“What’s next? Will we have to register sharp knives? Maybe @AOC will make us register every time we buy meat as part of her #GreenNewDeal,” Scott wrote. “The Democrats are officially the @BernieSanders Party. They want America to be less prosperous and less free.”

He called the plan the “latest terrible idea to come out of the Democrats’ 2020 primary” and took a shot at Booker.

“This would be scary if Booker had any chance of becoming President,” Scott said.

Ocasio-Cortez pushed back, accusing Scott and others of only picking on her because she’s a woman.

“That a sitting US Senator can say something lacking so much critical thinking + honesty is embarrassing to the institution,” the New York Democrat wrote on her Twitter account.

“If you were a female candidate, maybe you’d be called ‘unlikeable,’ ‘crazy,’ or ‘uninformed.’

“But since you’re not, this inadequacy is accepted as normal,” she said, citing the terms that are used to describe her when she is criticized for policies that the right disagrees with.

Scott isn’t the only political figure that Ocasio-Cortez has had a social media falling out with.

Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway and Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez found themselves in a virtual tiff over the weekend after Conway criticized Ocasio-Cortez for her treatment of the terror attacks in Sri Lanka.

Ocasio-Cortez explained in one of her tweets why some used the term “Easter worshippers.”

“The terrorist attack in Sri Lanka was horrifying. Saying ‘Easter worshippers’ matters bc Easter is the holiest day of the year for Christians, & to be targeted on Easter highlights how heinous the attack was – just as saying yesterday’s #SanDiego shooting was on Passover,” she said.

However, Conway and others have taken exception to politicians omitting the use of the word “Christians.”

“I was referring to @AOC silence about the Sri Lanka massacre of Christians (not “Easter Worshippers” as Obama and Hillary oddly said),” Conway tweeted on Sunday about another of her tweets.

Ocasio-Cortez has been criticized for her silence following the attack, which is in sharp contrast to her very vocal social media presence following the mosque shooting in New Zealand.

“On Easter, I was away from tech visiting my grandmother in Puerto Rico, which continues to suffer from the White House’s incompetent disaster response,” Ocasio-Cortez responded to Conway on Twitter. “Are you trying to imply that I am less Christian? What was the point of you bringing this up on national TV?”

Conway also took a shot at Ocasio-Cortez while speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union” about controversial remarks that President Donald Trump made about white supremacist.

“I see officials who get a lot of airtime and ink, like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, congresswoman, who tweets many times about the mosque but never once about Sri Lanka,” Conway told host Jake Tapper.