Boris Epshteyn, when he was a spokesman for Donald Trump, arriving at Trump Tower, Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, in New York.
Boris Epshteyn, when he was a spokesman for Donald Trump, arriving at Trump Tower, Friday, Nov. 11, 2016, in New York. (Evan Vucci / AP)

Boris Epshteyn, Sinclair’s chief political analyst and dedicated Trump propagandist, tried to get go after Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter Monday.

Poor Boris.

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He set out to mock her for what he thought was her confusing the INF missile treaty with the IMDb movie and TV database. Only what he was attacking her for was not something she wrote but rather something written on a parody account of her, an account that was clearly labeled as such at the top.

Ocasio-Cortez was flagged to it, and she tweeted out his mistake to her 3 million Twitter followers.

Way to go, Boris.

Here the former Trump communications aide tried to save face with more belligerence.

And he keeps going rather than admitting his mistake. Here he addresses the Congresswoman directly.

Remember back in 2017 when Sinclair was making its bid to buy Tribune Media and it hired this propagandist, and I said it looked like Sinclair could be on its way to becoming not just the largest but also the most reviled brand in broadcasting?

I will say no more.

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