In a viral video, Alex Stein defends his attempt to heckle AOC by saying, “She really liked me.”

In a viral video, Alex Stein defends his attempt to heckle AOC by saying, “She really liked me.”

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known as AOC, was recently jeered by right-wing social media influencer Alex Stein as she walked up the Capitol. The latter captured the incident on camera, which quickly went popular online.

Later, Ocasio-Cortez tweeted the footage and criticized the heckler for his inappropriate behavior. Also indicated by the representative was her readiness to “deck” the man and take matters into her own hands. She was nevertheless halted by an assistant, at which point she made a sarcastic peace sign for the camera.

Ocasio-Cortez once started to approach Stein but was stopped by a supporter. Before leaving the location, she was spotted giving the camera a mocking peace sign.

Shortly after, Stein defended his conduct by claiming that his goal was to “uncomfort” AOC and that she “liked” him. As a result, some social media users criticized him on Twitter for his actions.

Ocasio-Cortez criticized Stein on social media as the criticism kept coming in online. She first called him out for spouting “disgusting filth” in a post that featured a picture of his face. The protester added that a cop “allowed him continue” after the incident took place in front of him.

AOC, however, removed the tweet and explained that she did so because the piece concerned a person who was “chasing radical celebrity.” She expressed her unhappiness in working for a company that “openly” permitted the behavior as well, but she added that discussing it further would simply “encourage more.”

Right-wing comic and social media celebrity Alex Stein is best known for co-starring in the 2012 ABC series The Glass House. He has participated in the dating competition Sweet Home Alabama and the 2013 reality food series Worst Cooks in America.

He attended Highland Park High School and has a YouTube channel with about 100K subscribers, according to iMDb.

Stein gained notoriety earlier this year when he sang a rendition of the rap song “Prayers for Ukraine” during a meeting of the Plano City Council in Texas. Additionally, he performed a rap song about the COVID-19 vaccination at a Dallas city council meeting in February 2022.

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