By
Ryan E.
|
January 7, 2023

Representative Bush Thinks Murderer Should Be Let Off Because He's Trans

There's a whole flock of genuinely clueless liberals out there who simply don't understand how the world works.

Joe Biden, AOC, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, Stacey Abrams, and more...

Yet there's one who proves time and time again that she's probably the most ignorant and arrogant out of all of them:

Representative Cori Bush of Missouri.

Her latest trick was to condemn the entire state of Missouri for choosing "violence over mercy."

Bush's reasoning? She was upset that a man had been given the death penalty for brutally raping and murdering his ex-girlfriend.

According to Cori Bush, the biological man identified as a female and his transgender status should have avoided him such punishment.

She called the death penalty "archaic, barbaric, and cold-hearted. It destroys families and communities, and its abolition is long overdue…. We must not allow another life to be taken."

Apparently she thinks just anyone is given the death penalty? I don't understand why she's completely ignoring the fact that the death penalty is reserved for only the most gruesome and heinous of crimes - it isn't applicable in jaywalking cases.

The biological man known as Amber McLaughlin had previously been convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl in 1992.

Amber McLaughlin, a biological male, then was found guilty of the rape and murder of his ex-girlfriend in 2006.

McLaughin did not identify as trans at the time of his crimes. He decided to name himself Amber for the first time while on Death Row.

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