Despite a humanitarian crisis, a vast majority of the country starving, and the nation on the brink of total collapse, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez apparently doesn’t want the U.S. to help the people of Venezuela.

While speaking with a local news outlet, the New York lawmaker made it clear she’s sticking to her socialist-guns and refused to call on Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro to step down.

She also refused to say that Maduro’s a dictator and actually attacked the United States for trying to deliver humanitarian to the countless people who are starving.

“As a democratic socialist,” the reporter began, with Ocasio-Cortez nodding her head as if she agreed.

“What are your thoughts on Venezuelan crisis that is happening now and would you denounce the Maduro regime,” the reporter asked.

“Yeah, so, I think that, think that,” Ocasio-Cortez began, looking around and struggling to deliver a coherent answer.

“This is absolutely a complex issue. I think its important that we approach this very carefully,” the lawmaker said.

“I, uh, I myself,” she continued, again struggling to form a coherent sentence while completely deflecting from speaking negatively about the Maduro regime.

“I am very concerned with the humanitarian crisis that’s happening and I think it’s very important that any solution that we have centers the Venezuelan people… centers the democracy of the Venezuelan people,” she added.

The bartender turned socialist lawmaker then said she didn’t support the U.S. trying to help in Venezuela and then attacked the envoy appointed to address the crisis in Venezuela.

“I am very concerned about U.S. interventionism in Venezuela and I oppose it. Especially when we talk about a figure like U.S. Special Envoy Elliot Abrams,” she began.

“I am generally opposed to U.S. interventionism, but particularly under this administration and his leadership I think it’s a profound mistake,” she concluded.

In just over one minute, Ocasio-Cortez refused to call on Maduro to step down, would not call Maduro a dictator, and attacked the Trump administration’s efforts to get humanitarian aid to the Venezuelan people, many of which have been forced to eat food from the trash.

The United States, most of Latin America, and several other nations have officially recognized Guaido as Venezuela’s legitimate leader after years of Maduro oppressing, starving, and harming thousands of innocent citizens.

Maduro has refused to step down, but Guaido declared himself the legitimate leader since the country’s constitution states that he can assume power if a president is deemed illegitimate.

But apparently none of that matters to Ocasio-Cortez, who had harsher words for the country she represents as a lawmaker than a regime that oppresses and staves its own people.