‘Defund the police’ advocate AOC spent THOUSANDS on private security

It’s been revealed that “defund the police” advocate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez paid thousands to a former Blackwater contractor for personal security.

According to a review of Federal Election Commission records, Ocasio-Cortez’s campaign dropped at least $4,636 at Tullis Worldwide Protection for “security services” between January and June 2021, the New York Post reported.

The Franconia is a Virginia-based company owned by Devin Tullis, who was also a bail enforcement officer. According to his website, his other clients include the royal families of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Tullis did not entertain questions on the specifics of his contract with the congresswoman, but he mentioned that he frequently hired former military and law enforcement for protection jobs with VIPs. He noted the gig wasn’t for the faint of heart. Laughing, he said to the Post: “We’re not hiring social workers.” read more

9 Comments on ‘Defund the police’ advocate AOC spent THOUSANDS on private security

  1. Audit her 401K, her pension, her expense accounts, her campaign, and government revenue and publish how much she “loves the Poor” in the NY Times.

    They don’t even pay their restaurant tabs, ALL EXPENSED as business and Campaigning.

  2. Has she spent any security money hiring local protection workers in her home community? She’s rarely there.

  3. Gee Wally, why not take it to the next level and use the National Guard as an over-taxed-payer funded private security force for Capital democRATz? They wouldn’t do that would they?

    Oh wait…

  4. That strained look see so often on her face. Is she trying to produce a chalupa, lay down a pipe, squeeze out a loaf?

    Is it because she’s full of shit?

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