AOC Points Fingers at Trump Supporters Saying They Planted Bombs at RNC and DNC

( – Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) — AOC — has publicly made another outrageous tweet informing her more than 12 million followers on the platform of a “fact” for which she has not a single shred of evidence. Of course, she did so in a manner that’s reminiscent of the hysterics she exhibited when she claimed Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and other Republicans tried to have her “murdered” when the Capitol Building was breached on January 6, 2021.

Accusations Against Trump Supporters

The Congresswoman made the unsubstantiated claim that it was supporters of former President Donald Trump who planted pipe bombs near the headquarters of both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) on the evening of January 5.

The fact of the matter is, the FBI is still looking for the individual caught on security cameras placing the explosive devices. The bulletin they released was asked for public help in identifying the subject shows this person fully-covered from head to toe, including his appropriate facemask. That alone should prove he’s not a Trump supporter since Democrats keep saying it’s Conservatives who refuse to wear masks.

Subpoena AOC

The Senate impeachment trial of former-President Trump will begin on February 8, and the articles of impeachment that began the process accuse him of allegedly encouraging “lawless action at the Capitol.” The Left specifically his speech before the event where he told his supporters to fight for the country.

The Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS) established the Brandenburg test in 1969 to differentiate between exercising one’s First Amendment right to freedom of speech and inciting acts of violence. The first hurdle that needs to be passed says that it has to be “directed to inciting or producing imminent lawlessness.”

Now back to that January 5 date. If AOC’s outlandish claims are true then somebody pre-planned the attack, therefore, disapproving that President Trump’s speech was an incitement because it did not cause “imminent lawlessness.”

If she has any evidence of her theory, then as a member of the House of Representatives, she has a duty to provide it to the defense team as exculpatory evidence. But that would mean a Liberal would put honesty before their Agenda and that may be the most laughable sentence written so far in 2021.

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