Alexandrai Ocasio-Cortez is the 28-year-old that the left can't get enough of. Hillary Clinton supporters have been flocking to her to show support. That is until a recent photo of her emerged with a certain celebrity.

Remember in the 2016 election when Susan Sarandon sided with Bernie Sanders. During March of 2016 Sarandon said to MSNBC,  “I think Bernie would probably encourage people [to vote Clinton], because he doesn’t have a lot of ego in this. But I think a lot of people are, ‘Sorry, I just can’t bring myself to do that. I don’t know. I’m going to see what happens.”

In a world where the left is triggered by anything, by simply taking a photo with Sarandon, Ocasio-Cortez has triggered the left.

Per Daily Wire:

Then, in June 2016, appearing on The Young Turks, Sarandon made the statement for which Hillary supporters still condemn her, asserting that Hillary was more dangerous than GOP candidate Donald Trump. She said, “I believe in a way she is more dangerous. They’re both talking to Henry Kissinger, apparently. … She did not learn from Iraq, and she is an interventionist, and she has done horrible things — and very callously. I don’t know if she is overcompensating or what her trip is. That scares me. I think we’ll be in Iran in two seconds.”

Sarandon continued by saying voters were being “fed” a message that Trump was “so dangerous” over his stance on illegal immigration, adding, “I don’t know what his policy is. I do know what her policies are, I do know who she is taking money from. I do know that she is not transparent, and I do know that nobody calls her on it.”

That apparently prompted threatening messages from Hillary supporters. Sarandon said some of them included, “I hope your crotch is grabbed,” and “I hope you’re raped.” Sarandon ultimately wound up voting for Jill Stein.

Don't believe the left is triggered? Check out some of their reactions on Twitter:

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