Democrat Lunatic Cori Bush Calls Black Republican Tool of "White Supremacy" and "Prop"

Democrat Lunatic Cori Bush Calls Black Republican Tool of "White Supremacy" and "Prop"

Democrat Representative-elect and known race baiter Cori Bush attacked Republican Rep.-elect Byron Donalds of Florida, a black man, of being a tool of “white supremacy” and of being a “prop” being used by the Republicans.

Bush tweeted on Wednesday that Donalds’ nomination to be Speaker of the House is not historic, and called his inclusion “pathetic.” This comes as, for the first time in US history, there are two black nominees to be Speaker of the House. Hakeem Jeffries, a New York Democrat, is the other.

“[For what it’s worth], [Donalds] is not a historic candidate for Speaker. He is a prop,” Bush claimed on Twitter. “Despite being Black, he supports a policy agenda intent on upholding and perpetuating white supremacy.”

“His name being in the mix is not progress—it’s pathetic,” she added.

Donalds has received 20 votes from Republicans in his bid for the role of Speaker of the House after the House Freedom Caucus nominated him on Wednesday.

Bush, a Missouri congresswoman-elect, is a far-left progressive.

As reported by The Post Millennial: “The controversial comments from Rep. Bush are not her first. Bush has been known to praise extremist activists, such as a BLM extremist who “prayed” for the deaths of police officers and compared black Americans to Palestinians. 

Bush also previously referred to pregnant women as “birthing people” during a hearing titled “Birthing While Black: Examining America’s Black Maternal Health,”

“I am committed to doing the most to doing the absolute most to protect black mothers, to protect black babies, and to protect black birthing people,” Bush said.

It was also discovered that, despite her position that police services should be defunded, that she spent $70,000 on private security during a three-month span in 2021. “I’m gonna make sure I have security because I know I have had attempts on my life, and I have too much work to do,” said Bush to CBS News at the time.


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