Trad New's first "Snowflake of the Month" award goes to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her laughable account of how she feared for her life when the Capitol Building was stormed last month, even though it has since been revealed that she was in an entirely different building, the Cannon Building, which is 1,700 feet away. 

As reported by archived normie media:

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., is facing criticism over initial claims she made about the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, with many noting that she wasn't even in the Capitol when they occurred.

The controversy erupted after the New York congresswoman posted a video in which she described a confrontation with Capitol police at her office, which is located on the larger Capitol complex. But it is not in the Capitol itself — which includes the dome, the House, and the Senate — and was where many rioters stormed in and were seen breaking windows.

Her office is located in the Cannon building, which is accessible through underground tunnels connected to the Capitol as well as via a short stroll down a walkway and across the street...

In response to the incident, the congresswoman said: "I did not know if I was going to make it to the end of that day alive." She also accused Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas of almost having her "murdered," touching on accusations that Cruz and others incited the attack through their rhetoric about the election.

AOC has also recently been claiming that she was a victim of sexual assault. By the standard of her "near death" experience at the Capitol Building, I guess she "gets raped" every time a penis passes within 1,700 feet of her. 

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