AOC Under Fire For Allegedly Sending An Anonymous Death Threat

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), a Congresswoman, was questioned after someone alleged to have discovered a “burner” Twitter account linked to her.

Niko House (@realnikohouse) responded to Ocasio-Cortez’s tweets and received replies from an apparently random account (@zazasmoka). He soon noted that when that account responded, the answers were written in the first person, as if the individual responding were the congresswoman herself.

“YOOOOO!!! AOC has destroyed accounts. I replied to one of her tweets telling her that she gives money to Nazis, and a random account reacted in first person as if I had assaulted them. The message was then deleted by the same individual.”

Closer examination of the purported “burner account” showed that whoever was in control of the account had been tweeting death threats to The Daily Wire podcast presenter and “What Is a Woman?” author Matt Walsh in addition to tweeting in defense of AOC.

In response to Walsh’s tweet about the dangers of the trans movement, @zazasmoka tweeted, “You are a little hateful freak and I can not wait until you set off a trans person who is genuinely as insane as you claim they all are… You can’t be a racist if you’re not breathing.”

Walsh also spoke out, urging Ocasio-Cortez to address the problem and denounce the language if the account was not hers. “Hello @AOC, are you wishing death on me? Many people believe this is your throwaway account. You must come out and condemn this type of speech, or we will presume that you support it.”

Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene also tweeted, “This you @AOC? Is your throwaway account Zaza Demon? That is an unsettling name. Matt Walsh, are you excited to witness an ‘unhinged trans’ kill a member of the right press? Yes, that is demonic, so the moniker is appropriate.”

Ocasio-Cortez did not react to the tweets claiming she was the owner of the account, but if she was, she would not be the first elected figure to use an unidentified “burner account.” Sen. Mitt Romney confessed to using a hidden account — subsequently identified as Pierre Delecto by Slate — to “keep tabs on political conversations.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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