AOC compares the Trump rioters, and those who tell people to “move on” from this, to “abusers”— evidence of how strongly she holds grudges. AOC stresses “how I feel and how I felt,” betokening how self-absorbed she is. The fact that the Capitol invasion—which could never have realistically impacted her because she was a different building—made her feel “not again;” that is “Oh no, I’m being sexually abused again” betokens her extreme sensitivity and paranoia.
The self-aggrandizing is also obvious in the way that AOC makes the riot all about her feelings; and the secretiveness is clear because “sexual assault” is incredibly vague and she gives us no details.
In fact, if she is paranoid, she might even interpret as sexual assault something that most people wouldn’t regard as such at all, perhaps as a way of being “victim” and thus gaining sympathy and status in her self-aggrandizing game.
She claims “I thought I was going to die” during this “assault.” But is that what most people would have thought in the same situation? It’s hard to tell, because she doesn’t tell us what actually happened, just about her feelings.
Significantly, false allegations of sexual abuse have been found to be an issue among people who suffer from paranoid personality...