Days after cheering for harassment, AOC melts down over ‘Big Booty Latina’ heckler, trashes Capitol police

“Pearl-clutching” congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez experienced an epic meltdown after a right-wing activist decided to give her a taste of her own vicious medicine and harass her outside the steps of the U.S. Capitol.

Luckily for activist Alex Stein, who went viral earlier this year for his satirical pro-vaccine rap song, he recorded everything. And so when Ocasio-Cortez later took to Twitter and tried telling blatant lies about what had occurred, she was called out.

The recording from Stein shows him cat-calling the congresswoman, which was certainly rude, but not profane.

“AOC! My favorite big-booty Latina! 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!” he says to her.

Ocasio-Cortez then approaches him, flashes the peace sign (two fingers) and says, “Why don’t you do a little selfie?”

As she walks away, Stein continues, “I love it! My favorite! AOC! Nice to meet you, AOC! Look how sexy she looks in that dress! Whoo, I love it! AOC! Hot like a tamale!”

Watch, and notice the Capitol police officer standing quietly by:

 

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Immediately after the incident, the chronic liar of a congresswoman posted a tweet accusing Stein of having spoken about her “juicy ass” and called her a “*** Latina.”

She later deleted the tweet after Stein posted the video.

Look:

However, she then began ranting and raving.

In one tweet, she defended deleting her previous tweet by claiming it was giving attention to “someone seeking extremist fame.”

She also whined about working “in an institution that openly allowed this.” Note that this incident occurred only a few days after she’d gleefully defended the harassment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his family.

Ocasio-Cortez then completely contradicted what she’d said about giving attention to an “extremist” by posting Stein’s video. She also claimed that when she’d approached him, her original intention had been to punch him.

Look:

Critics were quick to mock her over her blatant hypocrisy.

But she wasn’t done yet.

In an in impromptu interview recorded on the steps of the Capitol, she whined about never feeling safe working in Congress, and as justification, she claimed that both the Capitol police and her Republican colleagues had been in on the Jan. 6th riot.

Watch:

She later retweeted the video and wrote, “Remember how there was tons of footage and evidence of officers & others inside on 1/6 supporting insurrectionists, but then everyone decided it was too politically risky to investigate thoroughly so they brushed under the rug and now we still have no idea who or what is safe?”

Last but not least, the congresswoman took to Instagram, where she whined about the one Capitol police officer doing nothing about Stein’s “sexually threatening aggressive behavior.”

“He wasn’t even asked to take a step back. Like, this officer was just cool with it,” she complained.

Listen:

Critics responded by pointing out that peaceful cat-calling isn’t illegal.

In her Instagram post, Ocasio-Cortez also doubled down on her theory that the Jan. 6th riot was an inside job.

Listen:

Not once in any of her tweets and video rants did the congresswoman ever display even an iota of introspection and acknowledge that she’d been wrong to cheer the harassment of Justice Kavanaugh.

For that reason, few people (mainly the left’s dwindling base) have any sympathy for her …

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