Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez replied to Rep. Lauren Boebert's viral family photo featuring her young children holding big firearms next to a Christmas tree. "Tell me again where Christ said 'use the commemoration of my birth to flex violent weapons for personal political gain'?" The New York Democrat tweeted Wednesday,"lol @ all the years Republicans spent on cultural hysteria of society 'erasing Christmas and its meaning' when they're doing that fine all on their own." [tweet_embed] December 10, 2021[/tweet_embed] Ocasio-Cortez ridiculed Boebert in another tweet as well. "When you pose in front of a Christmas Tree and can name all those guns but can't name the gifts of the Wise Men," she wrote. The Colorado Republican responded to Ocasio-Cortez's tweet, scolding her for attacking her children. "AOC uses her position as a Congresswoman to attack my boys with their Christmas presents. Not a good look, Sandy," Boebert wrote. Boebert posted the picture of her family holding rifles after Rep. Thomas Massie, a Kentucky Republican, posted a similar picture of his family last week, jokingly asking Santa Claus to "please bring ammo." "That's my kind of Christmas card!" Boebert announced in a retweet of Massie's picture. [tweet_embed] December 10, 2021[/tweet_embed] The pro-democracy, Progressive media PAC Midas Touch tweeted late Tuesday that it would not post the "deranged" image of Boebert and her children "holding weapons of war." Instead it listed those killed last week in Michigan to "honor the teens who were murdered due to this fetishization of guns." Interestingly, the very Conservative Catholic League sided with Ocasio-Cortez. "Boebert is not doing Republicans any favor by supporting Massie in this offensive display," Catholic League president Bill Donohue announced in a statement. "Christmas is about Jesus, not gun-toting family members. That this needs to be explained suggests that Massie and Boebert are either clueless or just plain insulting. Either way, they are a disgrace." The backlash to Boebert's pictures comes as Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., intends to present a resolution on Wednesday to strip the Colorado Republican of her House committee assignments over her anti-Muslim comments aimed at Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. The aim is to try to force House Democratic leadership to punish Boebert before the end of the year. Omar said over the weekend she is confident House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will take "decisive action." [tweet_embed] December 10, 2021[/tweet_embed] Maybe Ocasio-Cortez and the Catholic League being on the same side of a religious matter is a Christmas miracle, or maybe it's just a manifestation of the true meaning of Christmas.