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Ocasio-Cortez Going To Jail?


AOC is panicking.

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York recently expressed her concern that former President Trump might imprison her if he wins the upcoming November election.

In an interview with Kara Swisher for the podcast “On with Kara Swisher,” Ocasio-Cortez discussed various topics, including her clash with Amazon, the influence of tech giants in conservative fundraising, issues related to Israel, the implications of artificial intelligence, and the forthcoming presidential election.

“It might sound crazy, but I wouldn’t be shocked if Trump put me behind bars,” Ocasio-Cortez remarked. “He’s unpredictable. His first campaign was centered around ‘lock her up.’ This is a core part of his message.”

She emphasized that she takes Trump’s words seriously. “I believe him when he talks about rounding people up. I believe him when he threatens journalists. What we witnessed during his first term was just a prelude to his real intentions. He’s learned from his previous errors of appointing experts, and he won’t make that mistake again.”

In a recent conversation with Fox News host Sean Hannity, Trump refuted claims that he seeks vengeance. “They’re wrong,” he stated. “This must end, or else we won’t have a country. Once this election concludes, considering what they’ve done, I’d be justified in going after them. It’s clear, with all the corruption involving Joe Biden, the money from China, Russia, Ukraine, flowing into his family.”


Swisher inquired if Ocasio-Cortez believed Trump had a legitimate shot at winning, given his status as a convicted felon.

“Trump definitely has a chance to win. That’s why I’ve supported Biden early on and do so strongly,” Ocasio-Cortez responded. “If Trump wins, the very fabric of democracy in the United States is at risk. Concerns about my fate or that of the Democratic Party pale in comparison to the fate of our nation.”

She also acknowledged the lack of enthusiasm for President Biden among young voters. “I understand why there isn’t much excitement around President Biden, particularly among young people. The disillusionment with the president has led some to disengage from down-ballot races that align more closely with their interests. The solution is to get involved, not to withdraw,” she added.

Trump, during an interview on “FOX & Friends Weekend” in early June, was asked if he saw “revenge” as his “success.”

“These are bad people doing incredibly destructive things,” Trump said. “If it wasn’t me, they’d target someone else, and I know many of my competitors wouldn’t fare well.”