In the pomp and environment of this week’s inauguration, an outstanding Democrat was clearly absent.
Rep. Alexander Ocasio-Cortez (DN.Y.) first told Chris Cuomo of CNN that she had given up inviting President Biden to take office in support of the South Bronx union strike .
She said: “I’m very excited about President Biden and Vice President Harris, and I think the celebration is amazing.”
However, when under pressure, the progressive harasser admitted that she also participated in the swearing-in ceremony for safety reasons, adding that she currently does not feel safe around her colleagues.
Cuomo said: “This was originally a manifestation of force and unity, but you are not there. Explain to it.”
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Ocasio-Cortez admitted: “I think we also have very real security issues.” “We still feel unsafe to other members of Congress.”
She added that in the two weeks since the rioters violated the Capitol, a “very large” number of members of Congress felt unsafe around their colleagues.
The New York Democrat said that Maryland Representative Andy Harris tried to bring guns into the House of Representatives.
When asked if members might try to ensure protection from riots such as the January 6th riots, she said: “When you bring guns into the House of Representatives in violation of regulations, you put everyone at risk.” So .
“I don’t care what their intention is.”
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Ocasio-Cortez said she believes that the day Trump thugs force their way into the Capitol may die.
She said in an Instagram live broadcast: “I can tell you that I had a very close encounter and thought I would die.” “And all these thoughts are at the end of your life…all these thoughts are flooding you. This is us There are many things that happened on Wednesday that I didn’t think about-I don’t know if I plan to live to the end of the day.”
Ocasio-Cortez added: “We were lucky that things happened within a few minutes, allowing members to escape the floor of the House of Representatives, but many of us nearly escaped death.”
She said she was worried that her colleagues might reveal her position to the mob.
As the rioters entered the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, the lawmakers were forced to hide in a secret location. Ocasio-Cortez said it was not safe for her to do so because “there are QAnon and sympathizers of the white supremacist, and frankly, the white supremacist congressman was in The location, I know, and I feel who will reveal my location and create opportunities for me to be injured, kidnapped, etc.”
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She said: “So, I don’t even feel safe with other members of Congress.”