Almost 10 Dead: AOC confronted after critical statement about January 6

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Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez might wish there was an edit button on Twitter, as she was mocked hilariously after she posted a single message on the Rolling Stone hit piece about January 6.

In case you missed it, Rolling Stone published an article claiming that White House staffers and GOP members of Congress promised pardons to Jan. 6 organizers. AOC couldn’t wait to get her hands on Twitter to chirp about it, but it didn’t go all that well once people saw her message and noted one key detail.

The Democrat lawmaker quote-tweeted someone and added the following statement: “Any member of Congress who helped plot a terrorist attack on our nation’s capitol must be expelled. This was a terror attack. 138 injured, almost 10 dead. Those responsible remain a danger to our democracy, our country, and human life in the vicinity of our Capitol and beyond.”

For example, some Twitter users wanted to know how, statistically, there could be “almost 10 dead.” The internet didn’t hold back on AOC and quickly let her have it.