Cori Bush Denies Improper Use Of $750K in Taxpayer Dollars

 January 31, 2024

"The Squad" is not very popular in America right now.

Hamas' violent attack on Israel obviously NEVER should have happened, but one of the silver linings of the vicious slaughter is the fact that America's far-left is being outed as the crazy people that they really are.

Innocent American allies were brutally murdered, and the Squad showed exactly where they stood on the issue.

Sickeningly, it wasn't with Israel.

Now, Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) is being accused of improperly using $750,000 of taxpayer money.

We know that Bush gave it to her "security," led by her husband.

Her excuse?

She needed the money to fight off "relentless threats."

Bush took no responsibility for why she's being investigated, instead blaming the investigations on "right-wing" organizations.

"Since before I was sworn into office, I have endured relentless threats to my physical safety and life," Cori Bush said when she was explaining why she needed to give her husband and his friends $750,000 in taxpayer money.