After a great questioning socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) a woman ironically in charge of the account Human Rights Watch watcher on Twitter got a sudden visit from the California Patrol Highway. “I’m shaken up right now,” she tweeted.
“I was just visited by two plainclothes police officers from California Highway Patrol at my home. They said they came here on behalf of the Capitol Police and accused me of threatening @AOC on Twitter yesterday. This is probably false.” “I assume this question about Palestine/Israel,” she continued.
The woman continued the following judgment: “This is completely outrageous,” the woman continued. “I was visited by two police at my home over a harmless tweet about AOC. I felt scared, intimidated, and violated.”
“They knew my name and where I live,” she said. “It was done on behalf of a congresswoman who advocates against police state tactics.” “I’d really appreciate it if AOC could look into this,” she added. “I recognize she probably receives a lot of threats, but I shouldn’t be harassed by police for critiquing her politics. I frankly feel very unsafe in my home right now.”
“A spokesperson for AOC says they did not report this post to police,” The Intercept’s Ryan Grim stated, “and have asked for answers from Capitol Police: “No, not at all. But when we saw his tweets, last night about being visited we asked Capitol Police to look into what happened here.”
“That police did show up at this person’s door over a post about AOC is confirmed,” Grim continued. “The open question is who sent them and why. If AOC was actually responsible for it and denied it, Capitol Police would eagerly out her, so her denial has serious credibility.”