August 5, 2021

USA: Commie Funded Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Has Been Exposed Staging Covid Photo-Op, Faking Jan 6th Near Death Trauma, RNC Pipe Bomb Prompted Congressional Evacuations.

The Post Millennial
written by Elie Cantin-Nantel
Wednesday August 4, 2021

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) opted to wear a mask while in a large crowd, except she did so just for a photo op, and immediately took it off after the picture was taken.

The congresswoman was attending a protest that took place on the steps of Capitol Hill, calling for the eviction moratorium to be extended. Other left wing politicians including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Rep Cori Bush were also present at the event.

A maskless AOC joined the protestors for a photo-op on the steps of the Capitol. However, she opted to put on a mask for just the photo. Current CDC guidelines do not recommend masking outdoors for those who are fully vaccinated.
The Washington Free Beacon
written by Andrew Stiles
Wednesday July 28, 2021

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.), a frequent violator of Washington, D.C., parking laws, put countless lives at risk Wednesday by refusing to wear a mask on Capitol Hill.

A photograph obtained by the Washington Free Beacon shows the socialist firebrand holding the lifesaving medical device in her hand while walking on congressional property. It is a clear violation of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D., Calif.) mask mandate and further evidence of AOC's lawless narcissism.

Under the mandate, announced earlier this week, lawmakers and staff must wear a "well-fitted, medical grade, filtration face mask" whenever they are indoors and in the presence of other people.

AOC, who was recently exposed illegally parking her Tesla near a Whole Foods, once again demonstrated her disdain for safety guidelines and reckless disregard for human life.

Some have suggested that AOC and other mask skeptics lack the intellectual capacity to follow the rules. Pelosi, for example, described critics of the mandate as "morons" in what may or may not have been a veiled attack on her socialist colleague.
Project Veritas
July 27, 2021

Project Veritas published a new video today of an unreleased CNN documentary that features Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez describing her life experiences and political career.

CNN anchor and chief political correspondent, Dana Bash, interviewed Ocasio-Cortez and appeared to ask what many may consider to be “softball questions.”

Bash: “You're now in your second term in the House, you have 12 million Twitter followers, nine million Instagram followers, and they all know you by three letters: AOC. So, what's it like to be AOC?”

Ocasio-Cortez: “Um, you know, it's, uh, it's an interesting question because I just feel like I really try to be is -- to be like my neighbors and to be, um, like the folks at the bodega that I get coffee from.”

Bash: “How are you most misunderstood?”

Ocasio-Cortez: “Just -- thinking that I'm rash, unintelligent, and that I intend to do harm. I think that particularly the misperception that I'm here to do harm to our country, it's unfortunate.”

Bash asked Ocasio-Cortez about her experience during the events of January 6.

“After the attack, I hid behind my door…I just hear, ‘Where is she? Where is she?’ This was the moment where I thought everything was over,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

Ocasio-Cortez went on to tie her alleged personal “sexual assault” experience with what happened on January 6.

“I'm a survivor of sexual assault. I haven't told many people that in my life,” she said.

“For a lot of survivors across the country, the decision to come forward oftentimes does not feel like a conscious one. That impact was doubled that day because of the misogyny and the racism that was so deeply rooted and animated -- that attack on the Capitol, you know, white supremacy and patriarchy are very linked in a lot of ways. There's a lot of sexualizing of that violence.”

Bash followed up with Ocasio-Cortez after this statement, asking if she was afraid of being “raped” and killed on January 6. Ocasio-Cortez responded in the affirmative.

Also, during the interview, Bash and Ocasio-Cortez discussed the alleged adversity and advantages that “confident women” deal with in Washington D.C. The documentary, reportedly titled "Being AOC," will air next month on CNN. Project Veritas is in the midst of a defamation lawsuit against CNN but will never shy away from publishing leaked tape that the public has a right to see and know about. Any media insiders who are witnessing corruption can contact Veritas securely via
The Washington Examiner
written by Jake Dima, Breaking News Reporter
Monday May 24, 2021

New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she's in therapy following the "trauma" she incurred from being inside the Capitol complex during the Jan. 6 riot.

The congresswoman also faulted former President Donald Trump's administration's treatment of Latinos as another reason she has sought counseling.

“Yeah. Oh yeah. I’m doing therapy, but also, I’ve just slowed down," she told NPR's Maria Hinojosa on a podcast episode of Latino USA, which aired on Friday. "I think the Trump administration had a lot of us, especially the Latino communities, in a very reactive mode, and so I’ve been putting myself in a more proactive space."

The Democrat said Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley convinced her that she went through "trauma" in the beginning of the year.

“I think after [Jan. 6], I took some time — and it was really Ayanna Pressley. I explained to her what happened to me, like, the day of because I ran to her office, and she was like, ‘You need to recognize trauma,’” she said.

“If I take a couple months and just be really good, then I don’t have to live with this thing festering and lingering with me like a roommate in my apartment for years," she added.

In mid-January, Ocasio-Cortez hosted an event in Congress in which representatives recounted their experiences during the riot. The New York Democrat, one of the most liberal members of the House, remarked that she almost died. “I can tell you that I had a very close encounter where I thought I was going to die,” she said at the time. “I did not know if I was going to make it to the end of that day alive.” Lawmakers have not forgotten about the siege as the House passed a $1.9 trillion bill to bolster security at the Capitol on Thursday after legislators agreed to move forward with a commission to investigate Jan. 6. Both proposals have seen staunch opposition from Republican leaders. More than 400 suspected riot participants have been arrested and charged in the aftermath of the unrest.
Red State
written by Nick Arama
Wednesday February 3, 2021

We’ve reported various aspects of the account of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) of what happened to her on Jan. 6 during the breach at the Capitol. But there are some very critical facts that have been missing from her story that I wanted to talk about here.

The story, as it was initially related by AOC, suggested that she was about to be assassinated by rioters in her office in a video that has been viewed over 6 million times.
Ocasio-Cortez said that rioters actually entered her office, forcing her to take refuge inside her bathroom after her legislative director Geraldo Bonilla-Chavez told her to “hide, hide, run and hide.”

“And so I run back into my office,” Ocasio-Cortez said. “I slam my door. There’s another kind of like back area to my office, and I open it, and there’s a closet and a bathroom. And I jump into my bathroom.”
As it turns out, however, as my colleague Bonchie reported earlier, AOC said in her Instagram drama that the person who came to her office was a Capitol Police officer. But she denigrated the officer who came to help, claiming he “didn’t feel right” and that he was looking at her “in all of this anger and hostility.” Her staffer reportedly wondered if he would have to fight the officer and suggested that he might put them in a “vulnerable situation.”

So, basically, this story is about hyping the danger to the members and trying to say people still have to fear those inconsiderate uncaring police (even when they’re coming to help you). She’s even been called out by folks on the left for the effort to demonize the officer and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), as my colleague Sister Toldjah observed.

But a few important things to note that seem to have been left out of this whole story.

AOC wasn’t even in the Capitol building where all the action was going down. If she was in her office, she was in the Cannon Building which is nearby, but a different building. But of course, many didn’t get the logistics and just assumed that she was in the Capitol building.

According to Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), who has an office in the same hall as AOC, two doors away, there were never any rioters in their hall so there was never any physical danger from rioters coming in at any point.
So her “near-death experience” was an overreaction to a Capitol Police officer knocking on her door to direct her to another building, the Longworth Building, where she then stayed in the office of Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA). Instead of thanking the officer, she paints him as somehow a possible danger of which to be afraid. The Capitol Police were likely trying to evacuate the building quickly, it’s possible the officer was focused on getting people out quickly so likely didn’t have time for all the niceties.
The Post Millennial
written by Brendan Boucher
Tuesday May 5, 2021

In a radio interview this week, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says that she's "doing therapy" after "surviving" the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

While speaking to Latin USA, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke at length about her experience in at the Capitol Building on January 6. She claimed that congresspersons have now effectively "served in war" and that she is "doing therapy" because of her experience on January 6.

Ocasio-Cortez claimed the riot was an "all-out attempted coup" and that the United States was on the brink of having a "martial state." She continued, "there are also certain mythologies that are very important to maintaining white supremacy, white supremacy in and of itself is a mythology. And you have to protect it in order to protect that political power, which has now become a very important base in the Republican Party. And that’s why that response was so vociferous, to make it seem that it wasn’t as bad as it was, and it was bad."

After the riot, Ocasio-Cortez was heavily chastised for misrepresenting her whereabouts on January 6. Ocasio-Cortez had previously claimed that rioters had made it to her office door yelling, "where is she?" She further claimed that she thought she was going to die during the riot and that Republican Senators such as Ted Cruz were complicit in the alleged attempt on her life.

However, it was revealed that Ocasio-Cortez was in a different building entirely, as revealed by Congresswoman Nancy Moore, whose office is two doors down from Ocasio Cortez's. As many criticized Ocasio-Cortez's recounting of events as hyperbolic, the Congresswoman discussed her previous trauma from an alleged sexual assault and argued that those who dismissed her were "using the same tactics as abusers."

Ocasio-Cortez also blamed social media as well for her "increased isolation, depression, anxiety, addiction, escapism," saying, "I actually think that social media poses a public health risk to everybody, there are amplified impacts for young people, particularly children under the age of 3 with screen time. But I think it has a lot of effects on older people. I think it has effects on everybody. Increased isolation, depression, anxiety, addiction, escapism."

Ocasio-Cortez expanded on the impact of the January 6 riot by saying, "The cycle has just been moved on, but it has deeply, deeply affected lawmaking, policymaking, it has impacted the actual legislative process, the aftermath of it, and it’s very quiet, it’s not spoken about," AOC said.

"I think after the 6th, I took some time, and it was really Ayanna Presley, when I explained to her what had happened to me like the day of, because I ran to her office. And she was like, you need to recognize trauma and that this is something that you went through, but we’re all going through."

The House has recently voted to create a commission to investigate what happened on January 6. The motion passed with the support of 35 Republicans to the dismay of many in the party. Before implementation, the bill must also pass the Senate, meaning it will need the support of every member of the Democratic caucus there.

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The Washington Examiner
written by Anna Giaritelli, Homeland Security Reporter
Tuesday February 23, 2021

The discovery of a pipe bomb outside the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington on Jan. 6 prompted police to evacuate two congressional buildings, not, as was believed, the attack on the U.S. Capitol, senators heard Tuesday.

U.S. Capitol Police learned of the discovery of two pipe bombs on Capitol Hill around the same time, just before 1 p.m. ET that Wednesday. Capitol Police responded to one bomb discovered by an RNC staff member at the organization's office, just a few blocks from the Capitol. Metropolitan Police Department officers responded to a second pipe bomb that was spotted outside the nearby Democratic National Committee headquarters. Each department sent officers to respond, hurting the Capitol Police's ability to secure the Capitol since MPD was called to the Capitol minutes after the bombs were discovered.

"That resulted in the evacuation of two congressional buildings, the Cannon House Office Building, as well as one of the Library of Congress buildings. So it took extensive resources," then-Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund said in a joint hearing before the Senate Rules Committee and Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Tuesday afternoon.

"So the assault on the Capitol is not what caused the evacuations of those buildings? The discovery of those pipe bombs is what caused the evacuations of those?" asked Republican Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford.

"That is correct," said Sund.

The two pipe bombs found that day each contained timing devices. The bombs were each about 12 inches long by an inch and a half wide. The steel pipe devices were made with a battery, steel wool, and an unknown explosive powder. One of them was found with a cellphone that may have been meant to detonate it. Both departments ran tests on the bombs simultaneously and determined both improvised explosive devices were legitimate threats. The bombs were not triggered and were later defused by federal agents from the FBI.

The DNC and RNC offices are located on the south side of the U.S. Capitol, just a block from offices for the House of Representatives. At the time the bombs were discovered, thousands of President Donald Trump's supporters had trespassed onto Capitol Hill and rioted, overtaking the Capitol following a speech on the National Mall by Trump.

The FBI is still looking for the pipe bomb suspect and is offering $100,000 in reward money for information leading to the location, arrest, and conviction of suspects involved in the bomb plot.

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