AOC Push Conspiracy Theory WITHOUT EVIDENCE about Capitol Riot

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @ SXSW (CC BY-SA 2.0) by nrkbeta

Democratic Senators alleged without evidence and engaged in the promotion of conspiracy relating to the breach on the U.S. Capitol earlier this month.

Last Friday, Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, and Schatz posted saying that they did not give any tours at the U.S. Capitol last week. However, Ocasio-Cortez gives the “suspicious tours” conspiracy a boost and asked Republican lawmakers to answer whether or not they have given any tours at the U.S. Capitol recently.


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This unproven theory of the Democratic representatives and gained national attention. The Daily Wire also made a report last week about the 30 members of Congress who submitted a letter to the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms, the House Sergeant-at-ARms, and the Capitol Police asking for an investigation into what they called as “suspicious tours” of the U.S. Capitol a day before the breach at the White House and the rally held by President Trump which was supposedly made to support the efforts of Republican lawmakers in overturning the results of the Presidential election. 

Earlier on Wednesday, the Daily Wire also reported that Representative Mikie Sherrill (D-NY) claimed in a Facebook live that some of her Republican Congressional colleagues. 

In addition to this, The Daily Wire also reported on directed people through the U.S. Capitol a day before the breach on January 6, on what appeared to be the “reconnaissance” mission that was held a day before Wednesday’s attack. 

However, Rep. Sherrill did not specifically name any of her colleagues nor gave any specific evidence to support her claim. She also did not provide any further details even when the media pressed her. However, she told Fox News ,that she and others“were requesting an investigation right now with certain agencies.”

There is still no evidence that Republican lawmakers were involved in the ,Capitol’s breach as suggested by leading Democrats.

Last Friday, Schatz took it on Twitter and posted, “Ok, I will start, I didn’t give any Capitol tours to anyone last week.”

Omar then posted a follow-up Tweet saying, “Me too, I didn’t give any Capitol tours to anyone last week.”

Ocasio-Cortez also said, “I can say with 100% confidence I didn’t give any Capitol tours to anyone last week,” while quote-tweeting Omar, “any Republicans out there who want to join us in answering this question?”

Last week, Ocasio-Cortez also promoted another unproven conspiracy about the breach on the U.S. Capitol. However, this time, AOC suggested that the U.S. Capitol Police officers engaged in “acts of betrayal” during the incident. 

In a video posted by Ocasio-Cortez on Instagram, she suggested that there was some conspiracy that took place because something “was wrong from the inside.” She also added that “acts of betrayal” were made by law enforcement and claimed that this led her “not knowing whether an officer was there to help you or harm you.”

Ocasio-Cortez said, “It was an extremely traumatizing event, and it is not an exaggeration to say that many, many members of the House were nearly assassinated.” She continued and said, “it’s just not an exaggeration to say that at all. We were very lucky that things happened within certain minutes that allowed members to escape the House floor unharmed.”

“Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @ SXSW 2019” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by nrkbeta

The representative also said that many of them nearly and narrowly escaped death and that it is very traumatizing, before saying another allegation without evidence, “And what was also traumatizing was how unsettling that day was because there was a sense that something was wrong, and obviously with the violence, but there was a sense that something was wrong from the inside.”