The smell of her B.S. is stronger than ever.
AOC told the whole world of her horrifying near death experience on January 6th when the mobs of angry insurrectionists stormed her office and demanded her head.
It’s too bad that this never actually happened though, and now her own colleagues are calling her out.
According to reports she was not in her office, and not even in the building at the time of the protests. Reports also state that protestors never even entered that hallway.
Take a look:
The Red State Observer reported:
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.
AOC’s building appears to have been briefly evacuated during the day as police checked on a nearby suspicious package that was later cleared.
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).
Here is the Newsweek report of the bogus story she told the MSM:
Democratic New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revealed during a Monday Instagram live-stream that she thought she was going to die during the January riot at the U.S. Capitol.
In an attempt to disrupt the Congressional certification of President Joe Biden's electoral college win, supporters of former President Donald Trump breached the Capitol building. Some lawmakers were forced to go into hiding or shelter in place. Many observers have blamed Trump's continued baseless claims that the election had been manipulated by Democrats as part of the reason for the riot.
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."