Greetings and salutations from the Gentlewoman from Missouri on this glorious 4th of July

Tell me, Honorable Congresswoman Bush, how do you sleep at night, after spending all day governing this stolen land? How do you square that circle? And if black people still aren’t free, why haven’t you freed them, and also how did you get elected, and also how did a black man get elected President, twice?

Hot dogs, apple pie, and CRT for everyone!

4 thoughts on “Greetings and salutations from the Gentlewoman from Missouri on this glorious 4th of July”

  1. Here’s a partial list of Cori Bush’s House Committees and Caucuses:

    * Vice Chair – House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security
    * House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civic Right and Civil Liberties
    * Pro-Choice (aka. pro infanticide) Caucus
    * LGBTQ+ Equality Caucus (the plus sign is not a typo)
    * Black Maternal Health Caucus (Wow, what a nice companion to the “pro infanticide” caucus she’s on!)

    Death to freemasonry! Christ the King now and forever!

  2. She, like all the rest of the politicians, “earns” extra $$$ for every committee she’s on….I wonder if the “supplemental salary incentive” applies to caucuses too?

    …could be she’s related to Patrisse Marie Khan-Cullors Brignac, aka Patrisse Cullours of BLM infamy.

    They’ve taken the art of “playing the system” and raised it to a science.

    ‘Black Maternal Health Caucus…” Years ago while discussing with an coworker, a single black mother, the “ubiquitous presence” of planned parenthood in the metropolitan Philadelphia area she professed her Christianity and admitted she had 3 daughters fathered by different black men and never considered abortion as an option.

    She did not believe in killing babies. However, her friend did not share her belief regarding the killing of babies and used abortion as a form of birth control having aborted at least 21 pregnancies.

    Margaret Sanger would be proud….so would Cori Bush.

    Welcome to the world of Black maternal health care…welcome to the world of Black genocide.

    ‘instaurare omnia in Christo.”

  3. Just came across this…

    “Black people aren’t free? Your district hasn’t had a white representative in over 50 years. You, a black woman, went from being a nurse to being elected to one of the highest offices in the country. How much more freedom are you looking for?” one person pointed out.

    She was a nurse…

  4. As the philosophical error of Freedom of Speech grants, she doesn’t need to make sense nor be consistent with reality. The words are only intended to produce one effect that she believes they will – to maintain her power, priveleges, wealth, and comfort.

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