“Squad member” AOC threatens to “deck” comedian, attacks cops for letting him speak


WASHINGTON, DC – It is well documented how much Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez despises law enforcement.

We have spent ample amounts of time here at Law Enforcement Today highlighting all the things she has said and done that turns the stomachs of freedom-loving Americans.

A quick search of LET shows that her name shows up in more than 600 articles.

She loves to start live Instagram sessions and trash cops and make stuff up. Remember the time she took to her IG account to equate a police officer attempting to provide her assistance on January 6th, to an unnamed man she claims sexually assaulted her?

Now she went to her live feed to discuss an event that occurred on the steps of the Capitol. After posting, she took it down.

So, here is what actually happened.

Alex Stein is a comedian and Blaze TV contributor. He has multiple clips of himself interacting with politicians.

He was standing on the outside the Members Only entrance to the building as AOC approached.

What he actually said (we can debate the level of appropriateness of his actual words another time):

My favorite big booty Latina, AOC. I love you AOC, you’re my favorite. She wants to kill babies, but she’s still beautiful. You look very beautiful in that dress. You look very sexy. Look at that booty on AOC, that’s my favorite big booty Latina.”

At that point Ocasio-Cortez engages, throws up the peace sign, utters something about a selfie, then continues walking away.

“I love it. My favorite, AOC. Nice to meet you AOC,” he continued. “Look how sexy she looks in that dress. Wooo. I love it AOC. Hot, hot, hot like a tamale.” 

The Congresswoman from New York posted the incident on Twitter, along with her thoughts.

“I posted about a deeply disgusting incident that happened today on the Capitol steps, but took it down bc it’s clearly someone seeking extremist fame,” she wrote. “It’s just a bummer to work in an institution that openly allowed this, but talking about it only invites more. Just really sad.”

A comedian, who has also gone after Republicans as well (his shots at Republican Adam Kinzinger), but he was just a random extremist looking for fame according to the progressive “Squad” member.

“Here is a video he posted of the incident. I was actually walking over to deck him because if no one will protect us then I’ll do it myself but I needed to catch a vote more than a case today, she continued.”

Wait, what did she mean “if no one will protect us?”

In the video, there were multiple officers visible nearby. None of them intervened. None of them shut Stein down, so she felt threatened.

Here is what she said on Instagram before taking it down.

“Hey everybody, I am here at the Capitol. Umm, see this guy right there? Right there. He, when I was walking up, he said, ‘Hey.’ It’s right in front of the Capitol police officer. Said, ‘Hey, here’s this, look at that big ass, look at that big juicy booty, this Latina.’ Like Whatever. 

You know, all the bunch of racist, sexist stuff. And since nobody can do anything, I’m just telling you because this institution is not designed to protect…people, she said after a long pause. 

And it’s really hard and it’s really sad that my only recourse is to just let you know about it. But that’s the institution we’re in.” 

She said she deleted the post because he was obviously just seeking some “extremist fame.”

Could it be that she took it down because she was making up content that did not match with the reality?

Could it also be because she confronted him and approached him? Aside from Stein turning to keep her in the view of his camera, he never moved.

Police took no action because there was no threat.

So, what exactly did AOC want the Capitol police to do?

Deck him? That’s what she said she was going to do. She claims to have intended to assault a man on the steps of the U.S. Capitol because she didn’t like what he had to say.

Keep in mind, just last week, AOC was mocking Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh after he had to leave a DC area steakhouse due to pro-choice protestors outside the eatery.

“Poor guy. He left before his soufflé because he decided half the country should risk death if they have an ectopic pregnancy within the wrong state lines” she wrote on Twitter. “It’s all very unfair to him. The least they could do is let him eat cake.”

There is so much that could be said here, but conservative commentator Matt Walsh summed it up succinctly.

“Didn’t you cry about having a near death experience because people were trespassing in a building you weren’t even in?” he responded via Twitter.


‘Squad’ member Ocasio-Cortez compares police officer trying to help her with man she claims sexually assaulted her

WASHINGTON, DC – With wet eyes and a trembling voice, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)  claimed in an Instagram Live appearance earlier this week that she is the victim of a sexual assault from an unspecified time in her past. She stared down the camera and said:

“I’m a survivor of sexual assault.”

But this wasn’t a cathartic revelation intended to support other victims of sexual abuse. No. This was a well-crafted performance to further demonize Republicans by comparing them to the person who violently attacked her.



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The sexual assault isn’t widely known, she told her audience of 10s of thousands, but she was willing to speak of it because the Jan. 6 run on the Capitol, an encounter with a police officer who was trying to assist her during the chaos and Republicans in general are the equivalent of her sexual abuser. She said:

 “And I haven’t told many people that in my life. But when we go through trauma, trauma compounds on each other.”

Admitting that she wasn’t actually in the building that was being overrun, it was still a traumatic experience and one that led her to hide “for hours” in the office of Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) rather than go home, according to the Boston Globe.

Ocasio-Cortez used her Instagram platform to blame former President Donald Trump and Republicans for inciting the riot. Apparently, the urging of Republicans to get past the Capitol attack is just as bad and has unleashed traumatic memories. She told her audience:

“The reason I say this, and the reason I’m getting emotional, is because they told us to move on, that it’s not a big deal, that we should forget what happened, or even telling us to apologize. These are the tactics of abusers.”

Unless Ocasio-Cortez is simply leveraging personal tragedy for political gain, this seems to be an issue that would call for universal support.

Writing for Breitbart, John Nolte implores Ocasio-Cortez to find the strength to name her abuser. He wrote:

“It is perfectly understandable for a sexual assault victim to remain silent at first. We all understand that. The shame. The horror of reliving it. That part of you that doesn’t want to admit it happened.

“This is a trauma no one other than a victim can understand. But once you are past that point, as Ocasio-Cortez obviously is, it’s time to start thinking about your responsibility to other women.”

What is the point here for Ocasio-Cortez regarding such a revelation? Why share such a horrific account with no apparent intention of ever trying to attain justice?

One could argue that as a victim it is up to her how she manages its impact on her psyche.

But as a champion of the underdog and a feminist, one might think she would turn her talents to stringing a certain abuser up by his or her ankles. If this person is brought to justice, Ocasio-Cortez could  justifiably be proud that she has done something concrete and positive for other vulnerable people.

Nolte pointed out that men (Ocasio-Cortez’s attacker is assumed to be male) who commit sexual assault are often repeat offenders. He noted that at least a quarter of them will reoffend within five years.

“So what we have here is a congresswoman whose unnecessary silence almost certainly ensures other women will be victims of this man’s future sexual assaults.

“Ocasio-Cortez hasn’t said when this sexual assault took place, but it seems fair to wonder how many women have been assaulted by this same man since her alleged assault took place.

“I’m sorry but in this #MeToo era, there is simply no excuse for Ocasio-Cortez to remain silent, to allow this monster to run free and prey on other women, especially now she’s come forward to tell her story.”

When she said, “they’re using the same tactics of every other abuser who tells you to move on,” it seems that she stops in her tracks at that point. Being hyperaware of the tactics of bullies, it seems unfathomable that she would fail to bring her attacker to justice. Nolte wrote:

“What is this monster’s name, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez?

“For the sake of other women, you must drag this monster into the light.”

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‘Squad member’ Ocasio-Cortez defends paramedic who ‘moonlighted’ for extra cash, ‘sex work is work’

December 17, 2020

NEW YORK, NY – On Tuesday, December 15th, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) declared that “sex work is work” in a response to a New York Post article on an EMT who moonlighted, by selling online access to erotic photos and videos of herself, to make ends meet during the pandemic.

Ocasio-Cortez contended that the “focus of shame” should be on Congress’s failure to provide more “relief” for its citizens. The New York lawmaker tweeted:

“Sex work is work. The federal gov has done almost nothing to help people in months. We must pass stimulus checks, UI, small biz relief, hospital funding, etc.

“Keep focus of shame there, not on marginalizing people surviving a pandemic without help.”

Her defense of sex work follows the Post article that highlighted Lauren Caitlyn Kwei, a 23-year-old EMT in New York, who reportedly turned to OnlyFans for extra money.

Rolling Stone described it as “semi-racy content on the platform to supplement her income.”

Reportedly, OnlyFans saw sign-ups by creators of racy content spike as much as 75 percent during the pandemic. The article added that Kwei also worked as a hostess at a Korean restaurant in order to pay her bills. She called out the Post for not “applauding her for her entrepreneurial spirit.”

Kwei defended her side gig, when she told the Post:

“At the end of the day, it doesn’t effect how I treat people.

“What I do in my free time is my business. It has no effect on how I care for my patients. I know when I’m working, I’m a paramedic. I think I’m pretty good at my job.”

She added:

“There are plenty of people who are medical professionals who have every right to do what they want with their own bodies.

“I’m not doing it at work. Health care workers aren’t making a lot of money and I’m not the only one trying to make ends meet.”

The Rolling Stone article also accused the Post of imperiling Kwei’s job as a health care worker. However, a representative of her employer, SeniorCare, told the Daily Beast that there are no plans to terminate Kwei.

Ocasio-Cortez tweeted out at the Post:

“Leave her alone. The actual scandalous headline here is ‘Medics in the United States need two jobs to survive.'”

As a paramedic, Kwei earns $25 an hour. Private ambulance companies generally pay much less than big hospitals or the FDNY’s Emergency Medical Service, where paramedics start at $48,237 annually and make $65,226 in base salary before overtime after five years.

Another paramedic, who remained nameless, said that rookie jobs with private ambulance companies just do not pay enough:

“The pay is pretty crappy. It’s where you go to get experience.”

A veteran FDNY paramedic agreed that EMT pay is low, but did not agree with Kwei’s choice of a side gig.

He said:

“Other EMTs and paramedics make more money pulling extra shifts instead of pulling off their clothes.”

Ocasio-Cortez has previously advocated for decriminalizing sex work. In 2019, she joined fellow progressives Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in backing the SAFE SEX Workers Study Act.

The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), argued that, at the time time, the bill was needed to help determine whether sex-trafficking laws were having the effect of knocking sex workers off online sites, only to force them into money-earning situations that might be more dangerous.

In regards to another relief package, lawmakers are reportedly close to striking a deal that includes stimulus checks, a major sticking point for the progressive caucus.

On December 16th, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) provided a brief update on social media regarding the negotiations, promising to “keep working until we get it done.”

He tweeted:

“The American people need more help. We need vaccine distribution money. We need to re-up the Paycheck Protection Program to save jobs. We need to continue to provide for laid-off Americans.

“Congressional leaders on both sides are going to keep working until we get it done.”

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