YouTube removes video of leaked AOC interview due to copyright violation: Leaked video uploaded to YouTube by investigative reporting outlet Project Veritas, which included unreleased footage of a CNN interview with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), was taken down by YouTube on the grounds it was in violation of copyright rules. "This video contains content from Turner CNN, who has blocked it on copyright grounds," said purported screenshots of the alert that YouTube placed over the video titled "Unreleased CNN Doc Featuring AOC LEAKED to PV... Compares Jan 6th 'Insurrection' with Sexual Assault." In the unreleased CNN interview, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez spoke with anchor Dana Bash. "In the clips, Ocasio-Cortez agreed with Bash's assertion that she thought she was going to be raped and killed during the events of January 6," reported Reclaim The Net. According to the story, "[s]he also claimed that 'misogyny' and 'racism' 'animated that attack on the Capitol,' that 'white supremacy and patriarchy are very linked in a lot of ways' and that 'there's a lot of sexualizing of that violence.'"