From the ABC news clip of June 27, 2018: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on her winning the Democratic primary election for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives from the 14th Congressional District, Bronx and Queens:
"I know that every single person here has worked their butt off to change the future of the Bronx and Queens. That's what I know."
Ocasio-Cortez recites these very words in the newsclip as she simultaneously points her finger directly at the person standing behind her - Thomas Lopez-Pierre:
NYC Councilman Mark Levine, who is Jewish and defeated Lopez-Pierre in 2017, offered to let this issue pass in a tweet:
"Thomas Lopez-Pierre has been showing up unwanted in campaigns for years, and frequently jumps into pictures with people who don't know who he is. Let's give@Ocasio2018 a chance to denounce him and his brazen anti-Semitism before jumping to conclusions."
Ocasio-Cortez replied in her tweet:
"Thank you for this opportunity and your graciousness here. No idea who this guy is, hundreds of folks walked into the hall open to the public last night. I absolutely denounce any such bigoted and reprehensible statements."
She claims ignorance of him and his history. You, dear Reader, looking at the photos, decide the veracity of this claim.