AOC’s Arrest Was Just a Standard Publicity Stunt

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AOC, Ilhan Omar, and 15 other Democratic representatives were arrested earlier this week on Tuesday after performing an act of civil disobedience. However, a quick dig into the matter revealed exactly how and who orchestrated the stunt.

The stunt was coordinated in partnership with a Soros-funded dark money group. It promoted the event and urged other activists to “donate money to the cause” and continue in AOC’s footsteps.

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In fact, Ocasio-Cortez herself confirmed getting arrested was the entire plan, claiming officials from the Center for Popular Democracy asked her and the other representatives to submit themselves for arrest at the Supreme Court building.

The group behind the stunt was originally revealed to be a Soros runoff in 2018 when Andrew Friedman, the group’s co-executive director, confirmed that both CPD and CPDA were receiving up to $1 million every year from the billionaire.

According to CPD, aside from AOC and the other lawmakers who were arrested, there were 18 other arrested individuals, of which some were leaders of the dark money group.

They are claiming the stunt was performed as a way of supporting women impacted by the Roe v. Wade ruling getting overturned.

They followed up those claims by stating that the stunt was a direct jab at both the Supreme Court and Republican lawmakers, with the intent to return abortion-related autonomy into the hands of women in the United States.

AOC pretends to be handcuffed

After practically checking every liberal buzzword in one post, the organization left a link to the fundraising page they created.

They continued to urge activists to perform acts of civil disobedience as a form of revolt against the Supreme Court’s decision.

Despite being “arrested” in public, many saw through AOC’s charade, calling her out on social media for pretending to be handcuffed.

She categorically denied it, unaware of the fact there was clear-cut evidence of the deception at hand.

Namely, the New York liberal extraordinaire was filmed putting her hands behind her back for an officer to handcuff her, only to pump her fist toward a crowd of protesters minutes later.

This wouldn’t be possible unless she had a career as a contortionist that none of us know of.

Contortionist or not though, Capitol Police later confirmed that none of the protesters at the scene were handcuffed; albeit they were ticketed on site, only to be released right after, which is standard procedure for non-custodial arrests.

This means AOC and the rest will be set back by the enormous sum of $50 and a 15-day deadline to pay said fine unless they want to be scheduled for a hearing.

Although Soros’ money will be plenty to cover those expenses.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.