Missouri Democratic Representative Cori Bush has really never done anything amazing enough to make herself a household name, despite being a federal lawmaker.
Instead, she rides the coattails of the rest of the liberal "Squad."
You know, the far-left group of legislators led by Minnesota's Ilhan Omar and New York's Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? That group of fraudsters?
Well, Bush has latched onto the more famous members of the group but remained in the background for a while.
The good news for her is that she's finally making some headlines without needing the help of her criminal teammates.
The bad news for her is that these headlines are popping up for a TERRIBLE reason.
She's facing a very serious ethics complaint from the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, which recently requested a prompt investigation from the Office of Congressional Ethics.
The reason is that the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust believes that Bush "violated rules and misused official resources from a campaign social media account."
"Rep. Bush's abuse of official resources for political purposes shows a flagrant disregard for the law," said Kendra Arnold, the executive director of the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust. "These laws and ethics rules are in place to maintain the integrity of official proceedings, so members cannot leverage them for political advantage." Arnold went on:
The violation we have documented in our complaint is clear and obvious, and after confirming through investigation, we hope the Office of Congressional Ethics moves swiftly to impose the proper penalty.
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust said that Bush intentionally "disrupted official House proceedings with outrageous and unprofessional behavior and then campaigned and fundraised off of it."
Cori Bush herself posted just earlier this month her being a clown on the House floor. She then posted a link attempting to fundraise off of the official House footage, which is illegal.
— Cori Bush (@CoriBush) July 31, 2023
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