For people who tune in to the news just so they can gloat over the bleating, whining, and honking of the Democrats and their savant-like ability to blame anything and everything on racism, patriarchy, white supremacy, etc., it really must feel like Christmas, New Years, and several birthdays all in one fell swoop. It is the gift that keeps on giving.
The latest offense is offered up by perennial contender of complaints, bartender-turned-Representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, who, in an exclusive interview with CNN said that she was afraid of being raped during the January 6 Capitol riot because “white supremacy and patriarchy are very linked.” AOC previously whimpered that she feared for her life during the Capital events, which seems may be giving her victim complex away, as she was in the Rayburn House Office building and not the Capitol building at the time of the attacks.
In that CNN interview, Ocasio-Cortez said, “I think one of the reasons why that impact was so doubled that day is because of the misogyny and the racism that is so deeply rooted and animated that attack on Capitol.” The ethic of Democrats blaming anything and everything on racism is a habit that one could set one’s watch to.
As TrendingPolitics reports, She added, “You know white supremacy and patriarchy are very linked in a lot of ways. There is a lot of sexualizing of that violence. I didn’t think that I was just going to be killed. I thought other things were going to happen to me as well.”. One would love to see by what right and on whose authority AOC claims this argument or how she could speak to how consanguineous the relationship between sex and violence in this context.
Give that AOC wasn’t even at the Capitol, it seems that that somewhat diminishes her right to claim victim of the January 6 events, and her ridiculousness is amplified exponentially when she baselessly blames her feelings on the elusive ghost known as the “patriarchy” or the boogeyman of “white supremacy” on offer from the Democrats.