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‘Defund the Police’ Advocate Rep. Cori Bush Spent Taxpayer Cash On Her Personal Personal Safety, Doc Reveals

Based on paperwork compiled in a ‘Assertion of Disbursements within the Home,’ Consultant Cori Bush (D-MO), an ardent ‘defund the police’ advocate, used taxpayer cash to pay for personal safety.

The assertion reveals that Bush paid $880 on February nineteenth to an organization referred to as RSAT Safety Consulting, LLC.

Based on the Day by day Caller, RSAT Safety has an Instagram web page that options “images of law enforcement officials, navy members, and members of the Secret Service.”

Bush using the providers of such an organization whereas advocating to ‘defund the police’ appears an ethical contradiction.

Whereas the quantity paid for this one alternate of providers is minor, safety for herself appears to take priority over the trigger.

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Cori Bush Spent Closely on Safety As She Known as to Defund the Police

Whilst she publicly referred to as to ‘defund the police,’ Cori Bush was spending a superb quantity of marketing campaign cash on her personal safety.

Based on her April Quarterly 2021 monetary report, Bush utilized a equally named safety consulting agency three different instances: $7743.75 on February seventeenth, 2021, $5,812.00 on February twenty sixth, 2021, and $2,456.25 on March fifteenth, 2021.

All advised, Bush spent over $30,000 on her personal safety within the first quarter.

The Day by day Caller in April reported that she, together with different members of the Squad, had spent 1000’s of {dollars} on personal safety for themselves.

Federal Election Fee (FEC) data confirmed that Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) additionally spent 1000’s to guard themselves.

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It’s Not a Slogan

Cori Bush, who has since used taxpayer cash to fund her personal personal safety, slammed Barack Obama after the previous President criticized “snappy” slogans like “defund the police” as a shedding political argument.

“With all due respect, Mr. President—let’s speak about shedding folks,” Bush tweeted. “We misplaced Michael Brown Jr. We misplaced Breonna Taylor. We’re shedding our family members to police violence.”

“It’s not a slogan,” she insisted. “It’s a mandate for protecting our folks alive. Defund the police.”

Previous to that, the Missouri Democrat referred to as on defunding the Pentagon.

“In case you’re having a foul day, simply consider all of the social providers we’re going to fund after we defund the Pentagon,” Bush tweeted in October.

Bush lately described America as “racist AF” – a vulgar acronym for the “f-word” – in response to Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) who argued that America is not inherently racist.

The congresswoman raised eyebrows when, simply days earlier than Mom’s Day, she referred to ladies as “birthing folks.”

Her cries to ‘defund the police’ although, have been her most adamant calling, making her use of personal safety an instance of hypocrisy at its best. 

However then, being a member of the Squad requires hypocrisy, seemingly as a prerequisite for admission.


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