Rep. Porter: ‘AOC Scared for Life...Wants to be Mom Before She Dies’


During an appearance on MSNBC’s “The Last Word” on Tuesday, Democrat Rep. Katie Porter told a sob story about the experience she has with Rep. Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez during the riot on Capitol Hill.

Host Lawrence O’Donnell asked,  “Congresswoman Porter, what was that like for you, and did you know just how deep Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez’s fears were at that time?”

Porter replied, “Well, first, you know, she saw me, and we waved. I went into my office. A couple of seconds later, she knocked, and she said, you know, could we come in? I said, of course. Her staffer was trying to describe what had happened. And Alex is really usually, like, unfailingly polite and very personable, and she wasn’t even really talking to me.”

She continued, “She was opening up doors, and I was like, can I help you? Like, what are you looking for? And she said I’m looking for where I’m going to hide. And the thing that will always stay with me, the two memories that really, you know, especially as a mom, I think was just really powerful for me, was when she said, you know — I was saying, don’t worry, I’m a mom. I’m calm. I’ve got everything here we need. We can live for like a month in this office. She said, I just hope I get to be a mom. I hope I don’t die today.”

Porter added, “The second thing is she was wearing heels, and I remember her saying to me — I was wearing flats — I remember her saying to me, I knew I shouldn’t have worn heels. How am I going to run? And we went, and we found her a pair of sneakers to wear from one of my staffers so that she could run if she needed to literally run for her life.”

I am just going to point out the glaringly obvious here....but I thought Democrats didn’t believe in “moms” and “dads.” I guess when they are trying to appeal to Conservatives for sympathy, they use terms that we still hold dear.

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