AOC’s hysterical riot fictions invite #AlexandriaOcasioSmollett to the trend


The hashtag “#AlexandriaOcasioSmollett” became a major trend on Twitter on Wednesday as users connected the dots to discover the New York congressman was not in the Capitol building during her “near-death experience” .

Since the attack, the 31-year-old Democrat has only intensified the hysteria surrounding her own security, speaking directly to her millions of Instagram followers and posting inflammatory messages on Twitter, contradicting herself in the process of road. The week after the attack, AOC claimed her fellow Republicans would help criminal rioters locate and injure her as crowds stormed the Capitol complex.

“I didn’t even feel safe going to this extraction point,” Ocasio-Cortez said of the House bunker housing the Chaos Lawmakers, “because there were supporters of QAnon and white supremacist and frankly white supremacist members of Congress in this point of extraction. “

The Member therefore remained in the offices of the House across the street, in buildings largely left untouched by the raging crowds.

It is not known, however, which office Ocasio-Cortez sought refuge in. This week, in a live Instagram story, hysterically amplified by mainstream media, she said she hid in a bathroom to protect herself from a Capitol Police officer, saying she believed that he was going to kill her.

According to Newsweek, Ocasio-Cortez said she hid in her office, located in the Cannon House office building, as rioters from the crowd stormed the hallways.

Here’s what Newsweek reported:

Ocasio-Cortez said rioters entered her office, forcing her to take refuge in her bathroom after her legislative director Geraldo Bonilla-Chavez told her to “hide, hide, run and hide.”

“And so I go back to my office,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “I slam my door. There’s another kind of back area of ​​my office, and I open it up, and there’s a closet and a bathroom. And I jump in my bathroom.

This story, however, contradicts another share by California Democratic Representative Katie Porter, who described a scene in which her New York colleague took refuge in her office, located in the Longworth building. In a heartbreaking testimony, as if the horde had slammed the doors to Porter’s office, Porter recounted that Ocasio-Cortez told him, “I just hope I become a mom. I hope I don’t die today.

Neither the Longworth buildings nor the Canon were overwhelmed by Trump supporters who descended on the Capitol grounds that day.

Despite the demonstrative absence of extreme danger in the two places where Ocasio-Cortez could have been hiding, the New York leader of the Socialist “squad” in the lower house has only intensified the rhetoric, saying that she looked death in the eye at the act of her fellow Republicans.

Last week, she claimed Republican Senator from Texas Ted Cruz attempted to kill her, prompting Republicans in the House and Senate to demand censorship for the blatant allegation.

This week, as Porter recalled the story of the two sheltering together, Ocasio-Cortez revealed in another live Instagram session that she had been sexually assaulted in her past, which may explain the hysteria of the deputy in the aftermath of the Capitol riot.

“I am a sexual assault survivor,” she told her audience. “And I haven’t said that to a lot of people in my life. But when we go through trauma, the traumas make each other worse. “

The comparison of Ocasio-Cortez to former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett by Wednesday’s Twitter hashtag concerns a heinous hate crime that Smollett apparently staged in 2019 that resulted in a six-count indictment. accusation in February of last year. Cook County prosecutors previously dropped 16 other charges while insisting the ruling does not exonerate him.

Before it was revealed that the hate crime appeared to be a hoax, then-Democratic California Senator Kamala Harris called the act a “modern day lynching.”


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