There is a debate about whether you can harass and intimidate — “protest,” is the preferred euphemism of the Antifa Media — public officials in their homes or at restaurants.
There is no debate whatsoever about whether you can protest public officials at their government places of work. Of course you can do that.
But Alexandria Donkey-Chompers takes the bizarre position that It’s a Good Thing to harass Brett Kavanaugh at a steak house but it is a gross violation and crime to troll her on the steps of the Capitol.
Twitchy rounds up just some of Donkey-Chompers’ previous support for harassing Kavanaugh– who was just the target of a leftwing assassin who probably follows her Instagram account! — at home and at restaurants.
So Prime Time #99 Alex Stein went to see if Donkey-Chompers really supported protesters’ rights to protest anywhere, and make anyone “uncomfortable” — or if she just supported harassing her enemies.
Hint: It’s the latter.
“It’s just a bummer to work in an institution that openly allowed this”
That openly allows protest in a public place at a public building where laws that affect the public are made?
What a shame that the government permits protest of itself!
And she says she was going to “deck” a protester.
Hey, do you guys remember the left freaking out when Trump suggested that people punch protesters? Because I do.
Should we all start decking protesters, following the AOC example?
Of course AOC used the incident as fodder for her Instagram storytimes.
She linked her four second trauma to the trauma she experienced on January 6th, when she was not hunted in her offices.
Roughly four hours later, Ocasio-Cortez turned her attention to a Capitol police officer that was allegedly nearby when Stein approached her. The congresswoman decried the officer for not asking Stein to “take a step back,” as seen in the video below. “This officer was just cool with it,” Ocasio-Cortez claimed.”I really just can’t help but think of all that footage and evidence that we saw the day of — of all these Capitol police officers helping and being sympathetic to the insurrectionists on January 6th,” Ocasio-Cortez continued. “And everyone just decided it was too politically difficult to deal with, so they all just brushed it under the rug, and to this day there has never been an investigation into that.”
Ocasio-Cortez argued that a lack of investigation into Capitol police officers means that she and her colleagues “have no idea which officers are safe to be around.” She was convinced not to “deck” Stein by her staff, she said in her Instagram stories.
Video of her frantic drama at the Daily Caller.
While she demands federal protection against the very dangerous insurrectionist Alex Stein, Jason Rantz reminds: She is one of the 20 or so Democrats who held up the bill to protect Justices against assassins, and then, even after the attempted assassination of Brett Kavanaugh, still voted against provided the Justices with federal protection.
He sure was having a great time.
And her dress was tight!
She literally walked right into his comments.
The karma doesn’t get much sweeter than this. Truly, this should happen to every Democrat until, finally, they are forced by their own blatant hypocrisy to denounce the activity instead of inciting and encouraging it.
I guess she wondered why the Capital Police didn’t just shoot the guy, like they did Babbitt. Maybe he was “skeert” like Byrd was.
Her reaction is going to promote further encounters. Her reaction, openly denouncing what she previously encouraged, is the stuff of award winning campaign ads. But, keep them civil and peaceful. Ideally, she WILL “deck” someone and THAT would be just political gold.
Get after it, guy! Just keep it peaceful. Provocative but peaceful.
Whine whine whine you crazy little pinhead