Corey Bush says Capitol rioters were black, ‘they must have been shot’

Newly appointed – in oath. Corey Bush (D-Mo.) Said on Wednesday that Trump’s supporters were rioters who had blacked in the Capitol the day before, “being shot.”

Appearing on MSNBC, Bush said he believed there would be a varying crowd in the results that shattered the Capitol in an attempt to block the vote to finalize the Electoral College victory of the presidential election. Joe BidenJoe Biden The Memo: Georgia voters slam Trump Warnock, Democrat wins victory within reach of Senate majority Eric Trump warns of primary challenges for Republicans who don’t object to election results. Mostly made up of “Black and Brown” people.

Bush said, “If it were people who looked like me, they would have been the same people, but they are black and brown. We haven’t made it.” “We would not have been able to bring it to the doors and bust windows and place our feet on the desk of Congressmen.”

He said, “It was white privilege, and it was the call of our president and encouraged by our Republican colleagues.”

MSNBC anchor Nicole Wallace asked Bush what the Capitol Police officers thought of the response.

“It was strange, because it was almost as if it was a call to not use force,” Bush replied.

He said, “We are real people – just like we are people, we are legislators. We have been told that we are safe when we are here on these grounds.”

“Today was not the day.”

Capitol police are facing heat for their response to the violence, which came later President TrumpDonald Trumpwarnak defeats Loeffler in Georgia Senate runoff memo: Georgia voters shock for Trump Eric Trump warns of primary challenges for Republicans who don’t object to election results. Addressed a huge crowd to protest his defeat in Washington.

“We all don’t want to see our election victory here today as an election stolen by the radical Left Democrats, which they are doing, and stolen by the fake news media. That’s what they have done and what they are doing.” Trump said. “We will never give up, we will never celebrate. You will never admit being involved in theft.”

In his first legislative work, Bush proposed to investigate and possibly remove Republican lawmakers who have contested the battlefield election results that went for Biden.

He said, “I believe that Republican members of Congress have instigated this domestic terrorist attack through efforts to put it in the election.” “He has broken his sacred oath of office. I am going to call a resolution for his expulsion.”


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