REPORT: Rep. Cori Bush Spent $500,000 On Security For Herself While Pushing To Defund The Police

Far left Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri has reportedly spent half a million dollars on security for herself while pushing to defund the police for the public.

This liberal hypocrisy has come up repeatedly from the police defunders.

They want police for themselves, but not for you.

The New York Post reports:

Rep. Cori Bush spent $500K in campaign cash on security while calling to defund the police

A Democratic member of Congress who still supports the “Defund the Police” movement has spent nearly $500,000 in campaign funds on private security, according to a report Sunday.

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Federal Election Commission records show that US Rep. Cori Bush (D-Mo.), a former Black Lives Matter activist, shelled out more than $100,000 for “security services” during the third quarter of 2022, Fox News said.

The spending pushed Bush’s campaign outlays on private security during the 2020-22 election cycle to more than $490,000, according to the outlet.

The security payments were first reported in July 2021 by Fox News Digital, and during an interview with CBS News that August, Bush — a member of the progressive group of progressive Democratic house members known as “The Squad” — vehemently defended the spending.

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“I’m going to make sure I have security because I know I have had attempts on my life and I have too much work to do,” she said.

“So, if I end up spending 200,000, if I spend… 10 more dollars on it, you know what? I get to be here to do the work.”

Does Bush even hear herself?

Democrats are going to pay a price for this in November.

 

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