'Squad' Dem Cori Bush at risk of defeat in primary
Well, well, well...
It looks like the alt-left that has been claiming America's Democratic Party as its own might start to have to face the music sometime soon.
Starting with the far-left "Squad."
Democratic Missouri Rep. Cori Bush, one of the core members of the faction, might not even make it back to office in 2024.
Bush is trailing her main primary challenger, Wesley Bell, prosecuting attorney of St. Louis County, by 22 points with six months until voters in Missouri head to the polls for the state's primary election in August.
Bush is currently under federal investigation for misuse of taxpayer money, and she has repeatedly taken anti-Israel stances since the Hamas war began in October of 2023.
Voters are apparently taking note of these scandals, as it seems that her reputation has plummeted lately.
How else could you explain the new poll by MOScout and Remington that shows her a whopping 22 points behind the challenger?
Over 400 people were surveyed, and half of them claimed that they would vote for Bell if they had to make a decision today.
Just 28% indicated they would back Bush, with 18% remaining undecided. Another 4% indicated they were supporting Maria Chapelle Nadal, another Bush challenger.
Missouri Rep. Cori Bush:
"We have a mandate to legislate in defense of black lives. The first step in that process is to root out white supremacy starting with impeaching the white supremacist in chief." pic.twitter.com/kRWKerB7g5
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 13, 2021
When Donald Trump says things like "Drain the Swamp," Bush is the type of person he's talking about.
She hasn't even been around for all that long, but during her time in office it's been clear that Bush does not support the people who elected her, she's just there for herself.
That's why she's been using taxpayer dollars to pay her husband.
That's why she's trailing in the race for her own seat.
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