Congressman Ocasio Cortez (aoc) talks about sexual violence victims and fear and trauma of parliamentary assault
Democratic Party Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known as the youngest female member of the House of Representatives in American history, has confessed to having been victims of sexual violence in the past and has been a hot topic.
“I’m a survivor of sexual violence,” she confessed, “I didn’t tell this to too many people.”
In a live Instagram video, lawmakers accused the January riots of former President Donald Trump’s supporters at the Federal Capitol. Republican lawmakers, who said they were “not responsible” for the case, criticized them for using “abuse tactics.”
Republican conservative Senator Ted Cruz (Texas) and others (who have strongly supported former President Trump, who alleges that the presidential election was fraudulent) have said that the case killed five people. “I have no responsibility at all.”
She didn’t talk much about the victims of sexual violence, but she mentioned her trauma. She had to hide in the bathroom in the office during the riots in Congress, what it was, she said in the meantime she said, “She will surely die.” Share what you thought.
“I thought I was going to die … I’ve never been as quiet in my life as that time.”
Regarding these horrific experiences, she said the traumas “make each other even bigger,” and appealed:
“Too many people who are traumatized in some way, if you can just understand and acknowledge it, that alone is a big step forward.”
“Especially in a world where someone constantly says,’I didn’t do that’ or’you’re lying’about what you’ve experienced.”
And in a video, Congressman Ocasio-Cortez insisted that he, the victims of the incident, and his country would never have such an experience again.
I look forward to her further success in the future as she continues to send powerful messages while having trauma.