AOC: I Feared Members of Congress Might Help Kidnappers Get Me


In her Jan. 12 live stream, for instance, she said she believed she was in danger from Republican lawmakers who might kidnap her.

As she described the events that transpired during the riot, she talked about going to the protected “extraction point,” where lawmakers would be safely removed from the Capitol. Even though it was only her colleagues, she said she still didn’t feel safe.

“[T]here were QAnon and white supremacist sympathizers and, frankly, white supremacist members of Congress in that extraction point who I know and who I have felt would disclose my location and would create opportunities to allow me to be hurt, kidnapped, et cetera,” she said, according to Elle.

“So I didn’t even feel safe around other members of Congress.”

Which members of Congress? No names are proffered, although the allusion to Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (rather infamous at the moment for her outlandish social media digressions on QAnon and Rothschild-funded space lasers, among other things) wasn’t lost on anyone.

Later, she also claimed Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas tried to have her killed, so maybe he was lumped into that group.

No members of Congress apparently tried to have her kidnapped or killed, so thank heaven for that small mercy.

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