AOC Pulls Drama Queen Card on ‘Arrest’ and ‘Handcuffs,’ Gets Hit With Reality by Nancy Mace – Opinion

On Tuesday, we saw Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of the Democratic-NY and Rep. Ilhan Omar from Minnesota pretending that they were being handcuffed as part of a demonstration outside the Supreme Court. The two of them were not arrested despite playing a role, as they could raise their hands in the air and pretend to be handcuffed.

Omar raised her eyebrows in protest at the claims, and some media outlets still believe them.

Not only weren’t they handcuffed, but they also weren’t even taken in to be processed. They were all gathered near the protest zone, and police checked their identifications. The members of Congress didn’t even have to leave the area. Many even took photos with cops. It’s amazing how human nature can be!

Talk about cushy treatment for a celebrity “arrest.”

But that didn’t stop AOC and her staff from trumpeting the arrest as though she were heading to Gitmo. People asked her why she was pretending that she was in handcuffs. It was an American conspiracy theory, she claimed.

AOC! It wasn’t you, AOC. Just some friends that thought it would be a great addition to your photo op.

Then, she claimed that it was because this was the best way to be arrested.

Twitter was filled with people who claimed they were police officers. It is important to keep your hands close to the police and resist any temptations.

AOC attacked Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), who AOC doesn’t like because Mace pointed out there were no rioters near AOC’s office on Jan. 6, blowing up the image that AOC had been trying to present of what she experienced that day.

What was the reason for their arrest? They received a ticket because they blocked the street. The ticket can be challenged by the defendants or paid $50.

But here was AOC kvelling about her “arrest paperwork” (the ticket).

AOC certainly would win if there was an award to honor a drama queen.

Mace did the right thing and released her. Again.

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