Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dreaded for her life as she covered up in her office during the Capitol riot — saying “I simply trust I will be a mother,” a fellow lawmaker related.
Democratic Rep. Katie Porter related the unglued scene to outlet after AOC had distributed an Instagram Live video clarifying her involvement with the Jan. 6 uprising.
Watchman said after Ocasio-Cortez strolled into her office, she didn’t stop to address her, just started opening bureau entryways.
“I resembled, ‘would i be able to help you?’ Like, ‘what are you searching for’?” Porter told.
“I’m searching for where I will stow away,” Ocasio-Cortez reacted.
Doorman said she attempted to quiet down the New York congresswoman, saying that she was mother — and had a lot of provisions in the workplace to support them.
“She said, ‘I simply trust I will be a mother. I trust I don’t pass on today’,” AOC reacted.
Five individuals, including a Capitol Police official, were slaughtered in the riot when a horde of Donald Trump allies raged the Capitol trying to upset the 2020 official political race.
In her Instagram Live video, Ocasio-Cortez uncovered she’s an overcomer of rape — and contrasted lawmakers advising her with proceed onward from the riot to victimizers.
“The explanation I’m getting enthusiastic at this time is on the grounds that these people who advise us to proceed onward … these are similar strategies of victimizers,” Ocasio-Cortez said.