FoxNews.com reports that
Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., was outraged Wednesday by the pardons given to the St. Louis couple who wielded guns as Black Lives Matter protesters marched in their neighborhood last year, saying Mark McCloskey’s “day will come.”
Bush, who was among the marchers in their neighborhood, told CNN the pardons of the McCloskeys by Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson were “absolutely unbelievable.”
“Mark McCloskey is an absolute liar,” she said. “He has spat on my name. And because of that, his day will come. You will not be successful in all that you’re trying to do, when you are hurting the very people that are out trying to save lives … He can try it, but I will not stand by and allow him or our governor to hurt the very people that are doing the work that they should be doing.”
Bush was so wound up by the end of her remarks that she momentarily looked off-camera to compose herself, while host Brianna Keilar thanked her for how “very strongly” she felt.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey pleaded guilty to misdemeanors in connection with the June 2020 incident and were ordered to pay fines. Viral videos showed them standing outside their homes brandishing an AR-15 and handgun, respectively, as protesters neared their home.
“It’s a correction of something that should have never happened in the first place,” Mark McCloskey told Fox News of the pardons.
Nine Black Lives Matter protesters were issued citations for trespassing in connection with the incident but prosecutors refused to move forward. The couple’s attorney said the demonstrators broke down a gate to get onto the private street and threatened them.
Prosecutors determined the demonstrators acted peacefully.
Bush led the mob outside the home of Mark and Patricia McCloskey with a bullhorn screaming, “You can’t stop the revolution!”
The McCloskey’s were indicted by Soros prosecutor Kim Gardner for exercising their 2nd Amendment rights on their own property when they were assaulted and threatened by the mob of white Black Lives Matter terrorists.
To tell you something about Rep. Bush’s character, back on May 15th of this year, FoxNews.com reported that
Missouri Democratic Rep. Cori Bush praised the Black Lives Matter activist who advocated “death” for police officers in 2014 and tweeted the BLM chant “pigs in a blanket fry ’em like bacon.”
Bush, a newly minted member of the “squad,” compared the ongoing conflict in Israel and Gaza with the Black Lives Matter movement during a speech on the House floor Thursday, reflecting on the life of Bassem Masri, who died in 2018.
Bush described Masri as a “St. Louis Palestinian,” noting how he garnered national attention for live streaming heated exchanges between himself and Ferguson police officers following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown Jr.
Masri was among those arrested on a variety of charges following demonstrations outside the Ferguson Police Department in November 2014. Just one month later, Masri tweeted what became a notorious BLM phrase: “Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon.”
“As a Palestinian, he was ready to resist, to rebel, to rise up with us as our St. Louis community mourned Mike Brown, Jr.’s state sanctioned murder, and as we demanded an end to the militarized police occupation of our communities,” Bush said in an address to lawmakers on Thursday. “Palestinians know what state violence, militarized policing, and occupation of their communities look like.”
For those of you wondering who Bassem Masri was, here is an excerpt from an article found on LegalInsurrection.com from October 25, 2014, during the height of the Ferguson Riots…
…As much tension as there is, an underreported story is the active role of “pro-Palestinian” activists who have exploited the Ferguson riots and tension this summer and fall to push their anti-Israel agenda. That anti-Israeli agenda, which involves encouraging confrontation with police in solidarity with Palestinians, is helping provide the accelerant to an already volatile situation.
It started with a propaganda campaign over the summer when Brown was shot. On Twitter and elsewhere, anti-Israel activists started tweeting messages of “support” for protesters in Ferguson, including advice on how to deal with tear gas.
It was a highly organized effort to exploit the Ferguson tension and co-opt it into the anti-Israel cause:
….But there is one anti-Israel activist who actively is trying to provoke a confrontation between protesters and police, even taunting police in crowd situations about losing their guns and hoping they die.
His name is Bassem Masri.
Masri presents himself as a journalist, but the mask is off.
Masri has been touting anti-Israeli conspiracy theories while organizing Ferguson protests, via Free Beacon:
Angry protesters in Ferguson, Mo., shut down CNN’s live broadcast Monday night after repeatedly heckling the reporter and cameraperson for working for an organization “run by AIPAC” and “Zionists.”
The heckling is audible in a video filmed by protester Bassem Masri, whose Twitter profile touts the Palestinian cause and reads “long live Palestine.”
“You f@#king lie about Ferguson; you lie about Occupy Wall Street; you lie about Palestine. You’re all run by Zionists,” one protester said. “We’re holding y’all accountable.”
The hecklers threatened to shut down future CNN broadcasts. “They’re an AIPAC-run agency,” Masri said. “Don’t even think that we won’t.”
Much more ominously, Masri appears to be directly fomenting violence…
So, Rep. Bush fits in with the other anti-Semitic members of “The Squad”.
Through her speech last May on the floor of the House of Representatives, she inadvertently showed her true colors as an anti-American, anti-Semitic, cop-hating Fascist Marxist.
She praised a Muslim Insurrectionist who hated everything that America stands for, including Law and Order.
By comparing the cowardly barbarians of Hamas to BLM, she hit the nail on the head without even realizing how right she was.
Both are Hate Groups, formed to take over and tear down countries and cultures which brave men and women have given their lives to build, secure, and protect.
Rep. Cori Bush is a hateful little nobody who is a stain on the floor of the House of Representatives.
The McCloskeys were defending their home from a bunch of thugs.
They did the right thing.
So did the Governor of Missouri.
If she loves the Palestinians so much, she should move to the Gaza Strip and experience how they treat women…
……and take the rest of the Anti-Semitic Anti-Americans in The Squad with her.
Until He Comes,
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