HATE HOAX?! Rep. Cori Bush “White Supremacist” Hate Message Appears To Have Been Written By Herself!

It isn’t the first time.

Cori Bush shared that she got a hate message from white supremacists! The latest information says that Cori Bush was the one that wrote the white supremacist hate message and sent that to herself!

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Cory Bush tweeted the hate messages that she claims she has received.

However, that’s not the end. Cory Bush continued sharing one example after another.

Yahoo News confirmed:

Bush captioned the Twitter thread with a trigger warning: “White supremacists wanted me dead before I came to Congress.”

Freshman Congresswoman Cori Bush took to Twitter to share just a few of the many hateful messages she’s received since being elected to the House of Representatives from Missouri in 2020.

The activist-turned-lawmaker posted a lengthy thread on Thursday containing some of the racist comments she’s been sent.

She captioned the Twitter thread with a trigger warning, writing: “White supremacists wanted me dead before I came to Congress. And white supremacist threats on my life have only intensified as a Black woman speaking truth in the halls of power. Just know: They won’t stop us. They can’t. TW: white supremacist violence.”

The first message began “Tone I’d down, b***h,” and ended with “the only good n***er, is a dead ni***er.”

Another read, “Only white lives matter, you bed-wench porch monkey n***er.”

Another threatened Bush and her family, its author writing: “Maybe you should watch your racist bitch mouth. How would you like your family fried like (bacon emoji.)”

The lawmaker posted nearly a dozen of the messages, and her tweet has been shared almost 1,000 times.

A supporter of the congresswoman wrote: “I don’t understand how people can read stuff like this and still argue that racism isn’t a huge problem in America.” Someone responded, “Because they say those things and don’t think it’s racist to say them. Because they are racist.”

“The hate is unbelievable, the rage is incomprehensible,” another Bush backer opined. “Why, just why?”

But, this is the point when things got complicated. Cory Bush shared screenshots of the hate messages, and the social media users spotted that they weren’t from her website but letters or emails.

The screenshots came from Google Calendar event invites. Shortly said, if those messages were accurate, there is no possible chance for them ever to have gotten to Cori Bush. They would have been posted to somebody’s calendar.

Below you can find more exciting details.

If you have seen Google event invites, then you would know what we are talking about.

The National File analyzed the case thoroughly.

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) has received praise from left-wing activists for a Twitter thread composed of hateful messages she claims to have received from “white supremacists.” However, several sharp-eyed Twitter users noticed that one of the images posted by Bush appears to have been screenshot from an unsubmitted “Meeting / Event Request” form on Bush’s website, making it unlikely that such a message was actually sent to Bush from a “white supremacist.”
“White supremacists wanted me dead before I came to Congress,” Bush proclaimed on Twitter. “And white supremacist threats on my life have only intensified as a Black woman speaking truth in the halls of power. Just know: They won’t stop us. They can’t.” Bush then added a trigger warning for “TW: white supremacist violence.”

The screenshot features the sentences “kill a politician (wishing)cori” and “How are you a worthless piece of sh*t” written on a meeting request from Bush’s website. Curiously, the screenshot is identical to how an unsubmitted request form appears on Bush’s website, complete with red asterisks that denote which fields are required to be filled in.

Users also picked up on similarities between other message screenshots posted by Bush, arguing that the “white supremacist violence” was structured as if written by the same person.

Bush made headlines in May 2021 for using the term “black birthing people” during a Congressional oversight hearing:

I sit before you today as a single mom, as a nurse, as an activist, and as a Congresswoman,” Bush boasted. “And I am committed to doing the absolute most to help black mothers, to protect black babies, to protect black birthing people, and to save lives.” Bush did not elaborate on her definition of what “black birthing people” look like, and what, if any, distinctions can be drawn between this new class of people and black mothers.

Hate hoaxes are among the leftists, and they are very well established. The best example is Nascar driver Bubba Wallace. He shared that there was a garage noise, which was a garage pull handle.

However, the FBI checked the place with around a dozen agents.

Maybe we will never know for sure if Cori sent those hate messages to herself, but we know that she is a layer and hypocrite.

Nevertheless, she has spent more than $70,000 of her salary on private security.

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