After GOP Rep. Nancy Mace lies about Capitol Hill attack, AOC destroys her in brutal tweetstorm

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As if Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) wasn’t traumatized enough during the time that violent MAGA-hatted, QAnon-believing Trump supporters came looking for her when they invaded the Capitol Building complex on January 6th, now she has to contend with freshman Republican lawmakers seeking to gain their own notoriety through attacks on the progressive firebrand’s believability.

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Rep. Ocasio-Cortez defended herself fiercely today when Congresswoman Nancy Mace (R-SC) tried to provide an alternate narrative of the danger that AOC and many other legislators and their staffs faced on that horrifying day.

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AOC was quick to remind the newly minted Congresswoman that her tune was quite different immediately after the violent intrusion into the halls of power by the unruly and bloodthirsty mob.

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One response to her colleague wasn’t enough for the New York City congresswoman to fully expound on her displeasure with the false and partisan attacks from the South Carolina Republican.

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She returned to the fray of the nascent Twitter feud in a subsequent series of posts.

Rep. Mace feebly attempted to respond to the crushing accusations of partisan hypocrisy in one of her multiple replies to Ocasio-Cortez’s posts.

The South Carolina Congresswoman would have more credibility if Twitter wasn’t peppered with receipts of her reaction to the events of January 6th that she posted in real-time.

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With political zealots like Representative Mace in the opposition in Congress, it’s no wonder that progressive Democrats are as worried for their safety and security while they are working from what should be the safe spaces of their congressional offices as they are walking through a crowd of raging QAholics.

Chalk up another Twiter feud victory for the Congresswoman from the Bronx!

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