Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) got into trouble with top officials from the New York City Police Department after she displayed her usual disdain for law enforcement officers.

Administrators at Columbia University invited police to the school’s campus to get the ongoing antisemitic violent protest under control. A video posted on X showed NYPD counterterror unit members arriving at the school’s campus.

The law enforcement presence at the school did not go down well with AOC, who went straight to demonizing the law enforcement officials.

“Not only did Columbia make the horrific decision to mobilize NYPD on their own students, but the units called in have some of the most violent reputations on the force,” AOC wrote on X. “NYPD had promised the city they wouldn’t deploy SRG to protests. So why are these counterterror units here?”

The far-left Democrat lawmaker’s statement did not go unnoticed, with NYPD Deputy Commissioner Kaz Daughtry responding that there was nothing violent about protecting the young students from the violent protesters.

“There is nothing ‘horrific’ about protecting the safety of Columbia’s young students who are just trying to go to school,” Daughtry responded. “We’ve said it time and time again, the NYPD will always protect and defend your right to protest but just because you hold a sign while you’re threatening, harassing, intimidating and assaulting people doesn’t give you a free pass from criminal conduct. Being anti-Semitic and spewing hate to kids will never ever be tolerated in our city.”

NYPD Chief of Patrol John Chell also hit back at AOC’s claims, noting that the antisemitic protesters were only being held accountable to the laws of the school.

“They are seeing the consequences of their actions. Something these kids were most likely never taught. Good SAT scores and self-entitlement do not supersede the law. I am sure you would agree that we have to teach them these valuable life skills,” Chell said.

Chell also blasted AOC’s violent claim, adding the counterterrorism unit removed students without any violent incident.

“I was with those ‘units’ last Thursday that you describe as having, ‘the most violent reputations.’ These ‘units’ removed students with great care and professionalism, not a single incident was reported,” Chell added. “The only incidents that day on campus were the student’s hateful anti-Semitic speech and vile language towards our cops. I am sure you agree any hateful speech is unacceptable. You should rethink your comments to a simple thank you to the NYPD and hate has no place in our society.”