February 3, 2024

The Squad and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

For members of the radical, far-left squad, it has not been a good week. 

First, Rep. Illan Omar was embroiled in controversy over her recent statements in an address to Somali leaders. According to translations, she stated she is one of many who are “Somalians first, Muslims second.” Forgetting her allegiance to the United States as a naturalized citizen and a sitting member of Congress. 

Responding to the claims, she merely said the “interpretation” was “slanted”, which is not the same as saying the translation is inaccurate. 

Second, Rep. Cori Bush is now under a Department of Justice federal investigation for the misuse of federal tax dollars. Complaints alleged she gave federal dollars to her husband for security when he had never done security before, nor had a license for private security in St. Louis or Washington, D.C. 

In responding to the allegations, she blamed “right-wing organizations” for the investigation. 

According to news outlets, after the complaint was filed, Rep. Bush changed the language on her disclosure describing the continuing payments to her husband to something amorphous and vague, 'wage payments,' which at a minimum is contrary to the purpose of the law to clearly describe the purposes of campaign disbursements. We will watch as this investigation unfolds. 

Reports now show she paid her husband $17,500 in recent months, bringing the total paid to her husband to $120,000. 

Third, Rep. Jamaal Bowman has been touted as a conspiracy theorist, seeming to express doubts about the 9/11 attacks on our country while he was a middle school principal. What problem does he have with the established history of the 9/11 attacks? His writings appear to discuss the disproven theory that one of the World Trade Center buildings that collapsed on 9/11 was actually felled by an intentional, controlled demolition.

Bowman, instead of denying the allegations, is trying to distance himself from it. 

Fourth, Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Cori Bush were the ONLY two members of the entire U.S. House of Representatives to vote against a bill to bar Hamas members and other participants of the Sabbath Massacre from entering the United States. This vote only amplifies the idea they are pro-terrorist. 

Every day, the squad reveals itself as the radical members of Congress they truly are. Continue to follow us as we continue to expose the squad. www.thesquadrevealed.com

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