Rep. AOC is back to trying to put herself in the public eye, this time doing an interview with Chris Wallace (who is still employed by CNN despite the dismal failure of CNN+ after less than a month), in which she claimed that her life has been in danger since she won her primary and is not extreme, or at least not extreme in the same way as MTG.
That came when Wallace asked AOC about the dangers she faces as a Congresswoman and death threats she has received, asking:
“Do you feel your life is in danger?”
AOC, never one to downplay things or try to stay outside of the center of attention, swallowed the pearl-clutching bait and said:
“Absolutely, I felt that my life has been in danger since the moment that I won my primary election in 2018. And it became especially intensified when I was first brought into Congress in 2019.”
Wallace then pressed her for more details on just how scared she is, asking if she is “looking over [her] shoulder while walking down the street.”
AOC went along with that too, saying:
“It means when I wake up in the morning, I hesitate to walk my dog. It means when I come home, I have to ask my fiancée to come out to where my car is to walk me to just from my car to my front door.
“It means that there’s just … a general disposition where you kind of feel like there’s almost a static electricity around you. And you’re just always just looking around, your head is just on a swivel, going to a restaurant, walking down the street.”
Later on in the interview, after insisting that she has felt her life is in danger since 2019 and like she felt, when she made it to Congress, that she might not survive the year, that she’s actually not that extreme. Or, at least, that she’s not extreme in the same way that Marjorie Taylor Greene is. Speaking on that, AOC said:
“I think a lot of people in this country may say yes, but it’s important for us to dig into the substance of what that actually means. As someone who is often, I think, characterized as extreme, I of course would object to that.
“I do not believe that I am as extreme in the way that Marjorie Taylor Greene on the Republican side is extreme.”
Watch AOC here:
Maybe those people that have her so scared just want to date her, as she insisted was the case with her critics in a a December, 2021 series of tweets, saying:
If Republicans are mad they can’t date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend’s feet. Ya creepy weirdos
It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women,& LGBT+ people in general.
These people clearly need therapy, won’t do it, and use politics as their outlet instead. It’s really weird
By: Gen Z Conservative
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