Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) wrote a message asking if anyone was registering those who defend the integrity of the U.S. electoral process.

In the same tweet she predicted that many people would hide their adherence to electoral integrity and should be listed.

“Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future,” tweeted Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) on Nov. 6.

This message is taken as an attempt by AOC to threaten and intimidate Americans working to protect the integrity of the electoral process, considered Bronson Stocking, editor of Townhall, on Nov. 6. 

Also, lawyer and writer Will Chamberlain criticized AOC’s message.

“The left spent four years screaming that Trump was a fascis. And yet the moment they think he will lose, they are writing up lists of people to strip of their rights and property,” he tweeted. 

To another user what AOC said seemed like communism.

And Internet user @trentster said he was not surprised by that message.

“Was anyone surprised that the wolves in sheep’s clothing finally licked their lips and got rid of the farce? I’m certainly not,” wrote @trentster.

In fact, thousands of people have demonstrated in various ways demanding transparency in the vote count, the electoral stage that has been tainted with many signs of electoral corruption.

President Donald Trump was very attentive during the vote count to all the irregularities that are being presented, and that he may bring before the Supreme Court, in search of transparency.

Despite the fact that the final results of the counts are not yet known, some of which have been challenged, and that the Democrats have so far lost at least four seats in the House, some Democrats believe they have won. 

As the days after the election pass and tensions grow and the satisfactory counting of votes becomes more complicated, for President Trump fraud and deception are inadmissible in the electoral process for all the damage it causes to the nation.

“Our goal is to uphold the integrity of the election. We will not allow corruption to steal such an important election or any election for that matter,” he said as part of a press conference held at the White House on Nov. 5.