The clarifying power of AOC’s storytelling

The clarifying power of AOC’s storytelling
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Image: Daily Caller screen grab)

[Ed. – Maybe that is what the Left means by ‘dog whistle.’ To this writers ears, her disquisition, which you can view hear, sounded more like a fifth-grader’s attempt at writing suspense.]

Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez went live on Instagram last night to describe in vivid, harrowing detail her experience during the Capitol insurrection. Facing the camera, speaking passionately and clearly, she spent several minutes recounting, step by step, what it felt like to wait in her office, terrified, as someone banged violently on her door. …

She says she sprinted into the bathroom, and soon after could hear that a man had broken in. …

“She realized afterward that the man was a member of the Capitol Police, but says she was “so rattled,” and the situation felt so volatile, that she wasn’t sure she was safe.

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The entire stream was AOC at the height of her rhetorical powers. It showcased her unique ability to not just communicate to the public compellingly to get a political message across, but also authentically, giving the most in-depth, extremely personal account. …

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