August 7, 2022

AOC claims that she “never felt safe” in Capitol because officers let protestors into building during Jan. 6th protests

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has made several outlandish claims about the incursion at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. However, she may have a point this time.

Cortez went on a tirade about the possibility protesters had the cooperation of officers who let them into the building that day, the Daily Wire reported. The “Squad” member went on to lament that she “never felt safe” in the building because of that.

In a video shared by Latino Rebels writer Pablo Manríquez, Cortez speculated that there may have been “actual officers” allowing or even assisting with the protest. “And we never got to the bottom of that, and we never got any answers about that?” she said.

“And to this day, we’re just supposed to pretend that that never happened? I have no idea what happened to the people on the inside, who were very clearly sympathetic with what was going on and opening doors wide open for that, and I’m supposed to sit here and pretend like none of that ever happened?” Cortez fumed.

“And then right afterward, you have a massive, you know, you just have this idea that throwing money at that problem is going to make it go away without any accountability,” she later said. “And so this is, this is where these things are breaking down,” Cortez said.

“We’re not safe. And it’s not just about members of Congress not being safe. The food staff workers aren’t safe. the janitors aren’t safe — like we need to get to the bottom of this,” Cortez concluded.

Supporters of former President Donald Trump have been making this point for some time, but nobody in power has taken it seriously. “Wait, so AOC says Capitol Police did, in fact, invite protestors into the building?” Trump’s former campaign advisor, Steve Cortes, tweeted in response to Cortez’s video.

“One way to get to resolve all such issues? Release the tapes. All of them,” Cortes said.

There’s definitely something to Cortez’s rant. Unfortunately, House Democrats are too busy trying to ruin Trump to investigate all of the reasons Jan. 6 happened.

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