AOC In therapy!
Unfortunately, she isn’t getting treatment for the radical far-left beliefs.
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After the Capitol Riot on January 6, AOC is receiving trauma therapy. According to her, what she witnessed in that riot was the same as she served in a war!
Now, she’s taking her rest to ‘’recognize trauma’’ and heal from ‘’these terrorists, insurrectionists.’’
We want to ask you something, AOC!
Did you also get trauma therapy when BLM and ANTIFA burned down the cities? Or did you receive the same treatment when police precincts were burnt down?
And last but not least, Was AOC traumatized when an insurrection was staged during the CHOP/CHAZ zone saga?
I don’t think so!
Take a look at the details below.
AOC says members of congress "effectively served in war" because of the Jan 6th riot https://t.co/BvqWfwfEXB
— Zaid Jilani (@ZaidJilani) May 23, 2021
AOC is in therapy. https://t.co/1RejXZXrti
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 25, 2021
So @aoc says she NEEDS “therapy”?? Finally some Common Ground between us! LEAN IN to the therapy and check in to a “facility” where they can help you learn to help yourself. We all Know you had serious “issues” well before January Sixth. pic.twitter.com/CI5SRu1agT
— Greg Kelly (@gregkellyusa) May 24, 2021
Do you remember when Republican Representatives were gunned down at one basketball field? Of course, the media would laugh if they received therapy about that! Everyone knows it!
However, that was expected from AOC, and she is a hero because she’s transparent and vulnerable.
Yahoo News covered this story.
AOC said that for most of Trump’s presidency, she was in a “very reactive mode.”
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez revealed Friday she is taking the time to tend to her mental health following the January 6 Capitol insurrection.
According to PEOPLE, the 31-year-old Congresswoman spoke on the Latino USA podcast and opened up about being in therapy to cope with the trauma she experienced during the dreadful Capitol riots.
“You have this transition period of escalating violence, which really culminated on the 6th, for which was an extraordinarily traumatizing event that’s not really being discussed,” she said.
The insurrection that day resulted in the deaths of five people, including a Capitol police officer, and left many politicians and Capitol workers fearing for their lives.
As theGrio previously reported, Garrett Miller of Richardson, Texas faces five criminal charges related to the rioting on Capitol Hill, including trespassing and making death threats after tweeting, “Assassinate AOC.”
“After the 6th, I took some time, and it was really [Rep.] Ayanna Pressley when I explained to her what happened to me, like the day of, because I ran to her office,” AOC explained. “And she was like, ‘You need to recognize trauma. And this is something that you went through, but we’re all going through. And it’s really important to pause after that because that’s how you process it.’”
“And I feel like I learned this the hard way after my father had passed away when I was a teenager … That happened at a young age, and I locked it away. You have to live with it for years,” she added.
AOC went on to discuss that for most of Donald Trump‘s presidency, she was in a “very reactive mode” and that in addition to therapy, she’s taking time to slow down.
Leftist politicians were the ones who called for violence.
Only if you watch the transcript of Trump’s Speech on January 6 you will see that he didn’t incite any violence.
Also, there are numerous examples where lefts encourage violence openly.
— 48™️ (@fadde) May 25, 2021
AOC even tried to make the situation about race. No one targeted people on January 6 because of the race! But, AOC managed to link the incident with her Hispanic heritage.
Be Latina covered the story, sounding like race-baiting.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortéz took off her mask in an honest interview with Latino USA and spoke directly to the elephant in the room: trauma.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, the New York representative proved she is flesh and blood, after three years in Congress, a global pandemic, and having survived the Trump Era.
In an intimate conversation with host Maria Hinojosa, AOC discussed the Jan. 6 riots on Capitol Hill and the need to acknowledge and process trauma.
“I’m doing therapy, but also I’ve just slowed down. I think the Trump administration had a lot of us, especially Latino communities, in a very reactive mode. So I’ve been putting myself in a more proactive space,” she said.
The representative of New York’s 14th district focused especially on the particular trauma experienced by Latinos during Donald Trump’s time in the White House.
Specifically, Ocasio-Cortez championed the need for everyone impacted to “recognize trauma.”
AOC referenced the taboo that exists in the Latino community around mental health, the reluctance to seek help, and the need to address the issues in order not only to overcome what was experienced but to ensure a better future for all.
Speaking from personal experience, the representative shared her personal knowledge of the price of not seeking the necessary professional help.
After her father died at a young age, she repressed the trauma due to what she describes as the unique burdens that firstborns and only daughters in Latino families often face.
“I learned my lesson, then,” she said, going on to describe how she’s applying them now by prioritizing her mental health. “I’ve had to take a beat. Because if I take a couple of months now and just be really good, then I don’t have to live with this thing festering and lingering with me like a roommate in my apartment for years.”
As Mashable explained, by revealing that he’s been in therapy, AOC “counters many of the unique barriers and stigmas Latinx people can experience when seeking mental health help.”
That’s especially true in districts like the one she represents, where 50% of the population is Latino but where only 34% of them receive treatment.
Regarding the Trump era and attacks on the Latino community, AOC has a sharp analysis:
“There’s a direct throughline through imperialism and the attitudes and power structures there—to anti-Asian violence, to what’s happening at the border, to anti-Black racism. All of it,” she said, positioning this trauma as always ongoing, no matter which administration is in power. “People want to think that this stuff is disconnected because they want to believe in this mythology of America or the United States that we were fed as children.”
Bear in mind that Trump had the highest share of the Hispanic vote of any Republican president.
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