The tweet in question came last Wednesday, when Sabatini commented on post from Breitbart News. The tweet from the right-wing publication included an article about a congressman from Louisiana who said he'd "pay" for all four members of the progressive group to leave the country.
"So Would I," Sabatini said on Twitter.
Polo, who doesn't follow the Republican lawmaker on Twitter, chimed in almost a week later, saying Sabatini's comment made her "regret not passing judgement on him the 1st time" she heard his name.
The outspoken conservative would issue a response shortly after, saying flight was the only option since "High-speed rail" was "yet an option."
Polo's series of tweets condemning Sabatini for respecting American values coincides with what is transpiring on a national level. An outspoken advocate against guns, Polo is an ardent supporter of the Democrat's new clique, using every opportunity to criticize Trump for his language, much like her Democratic colleagues in Washington D.C.
In similar fashion to her liberal counterparts, Polo has publicly labeled Trump as "sexist" and "racist," taking a page out of the Left's new playbook. She's also supported many "Squad" members, many of which have yet to apologize for their demonization of today's America.
"Why anyone would want to be associated with the anti-American, anti-Semitic, extreme leftist "Squad" is beyond me," Sabatini told The Florida Report when responding to Polo's defense of the four congresswomen.
But Polo doubling down with "The Squad" only further proves that double standards are the only standards by which the progressive left view the world.
While Democrats denounce words used by the president, Republicans continue to rail against the ongoing anti-Semitic language used by the freshmen congresswomen. On a day-to-day basis, each of the freshmen lawmakers espouse views that aren't American. From hating Israel to labeling Border Patrol Agents as "concentration" guards, "The Squad" continuously promulgate anti-Semitic views that contradict the values of many Americans.
Though the focus remains on the words used by Trump, the double standard deployed by the Left continues to be glossed over by many in the media. Just last week, Ocasio-Cortez and Omar refused to condemn Antifa -- the radical left-wing group who attacks conservative journalists -- after they attacked an ICE detention facility.
Omar also famously refused to denounce Al-Qaeda.
Between labeling the president as a fascist to comparing him to Hitler, the Left continue to get away with their words and views while Trump and other Republicans get raked over the coals for standing up for the ideals that make America great. While Trump's initial statement could have been worded better, his message remains clear: if you hate America, you can leave. Such a viewpoint is neither "racist" or "xenophobic." It's simply "American."
Instead of bashing Trump and comparing him to communist leaders who murdered millions, maybe Ms. Polo and the Left should focus on the real "hate speech."