Rep. Cori Bush Continues to Push ‘Defund the Police’ Narrative at Detriment to Democrat Party

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) is an activist in office.

Even though she spends six figures in private security, she does not want police in neighborhoods to protect American citizens.

The Democrat Party as a whole is trying to quash the defund the police narrative, but Bush is not backing down.

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Bush wants the police gone, period.

That is somewhat ironic considering she recently had her car shot and St. Louis is one of the most crime-ridden cities in the country.

Bush, on defunding the police, stated, “I always tell [fellow Democrats], ‘If you all had fixed this before I got here, I wouldn’t have to say these things.”

How about cleaning up your city rather than trying to disband the only people standing between chaos and some semblance of order in the city.

Bush continued,” ‘Defund the police’ is not the problem.”

Well, actually it is, because it is an absolutely idiotic idea.

She continued, “We dangled the carrot in front of people’s faces and said we can get it done and that Democrats deliver, when we haven’t totally delivered.”

Squad members are completely out of touch with reality.

Actually, what they are doing is running a scam, of that I have no doubt.

Take a gander at their finance reports and see how much of their campaign cash is getting rerouted to extremist organizations.

They are not in office to help the people of this country.

They are using their offices to fund these radicals that they sympathize with and it needs to be investigated.

What they are doing should be illegal, but not in this political system.

It thrives on corruption, which is how all these clowns got into office in the first place.

Source: Fox News


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