Cori Bush faces a retaliation after claiming she was shot during Ferguson’s riots

Far left “Squad” member Rep Cori Bush (D-MO) faces a wave of backlash after claiming he was shot by “white supremacists” during the Black Lives Matter riots in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014.

“As we marched in Ferguson, white supporters of the supremacy hid behind a hill near the assassination of Michael Brown Jr. and shot us,” the Democrat claimed Monday. “They never faced consequences.”

Bush suggested that if Kyle Rittenhouse is acquitted, it would send a message that white supremacists “can get rid of”:

Despite a strong allegation, there does not appear to be an official record of Bush’s event in vague detail.

Ferguson Police Chief Frank McCall Jr. said he was unaware of such incidents at the time. Louis’s transmission.

“None of which I am aware of,” he said.

However, the Bush office has not backed down from the allegations.

“On the front lines of the Ferguson uprising, Congressman Bush and other activists were shot by white supporters of the supremacy,” a congressman spokesman said.

“The question we have to ask is why white supporters of supremacy feel empowered to carry rifles, incite violence and endanger the lives of blacks across our country,” the spokesman added, providing no evidence of the alleged incident.

However, some attendees have tried to support Bush’s weighty claim.

“This is FACTS!” activist Thin Ashe said the legislature’s argument. “I vividly remember hiding under porches in Canfield when we were shot. No one came to help us. We would come under the porches using cars as shields between shots to survive. “:

Overall, however, Bush’s argument raised doubts.

“This is a lie and a disgrace. Your colleagues should condemn you. Jeffrey Williams was arrested, charged and convicted of shooting during the demonstration / riots. He aimed at the cops and shot two cops,” said Andy Ngo, a reporter with extensive experience of far-left rioters. doubted his allegations:

Bush’s allegation comes as the country awaits a jury decision in the murder trial of 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse.

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