Environmental student who supported Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez faces arrest after protest

Newly elected congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave some advice to her supporters, and they followed it — and ended up getting arrested.

After the representative-elect told her supporters to put “bodies on the line,” environmental student Emma Chinman-Hatton did just that, and ended up behind bars for her efforts.

Do as I Say

Ocasio-Cortez has created quite a stir since winning her election earlier this month.

After the election results were tallied, she said she did not have enough money to move to Washington before she took office.

It was later revealed that she had a low five-figures in the bank, more than enough to secure a place to live while she transitioned into office.

She has been touting herself as the new breed, while also trying to pull on the heartstrings of her liberal supporters.

Now, she is telling her followers that they need to be more active to support her causes.

She wants them all to put themselves on the line — yet she does nothing.

Ruining Lives

What Ocasio-Cortez is really doing is ruining people’s lives with her deception and false bravado.

The group protesting with Chinman-Hatton had previously agreed they would avoid being arrested if possible.

However, after hearing the new congresswoman speak, Chinman-Hatton was inspired and decided the only way to get her point across for the cause was to actually be arrested.

Now that young lady will have that hanging over her head long after she comes to her senses and realizes Ocasio-Cortez is just another D.C. hack.

People like Ocasio-Cortez are extremely dangerous, because they are tapping into a very impressionable mind with false narratives.

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She has already been proven a liar and she has not even taken her seat.

Based on her behavior so far, we can expect yet another obstructionist on the left to prevent any hope of this country actually moving forward for real Americans.

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