Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO), who wants to defund the police, but defends paying for her own security force, seems to have an interesting individual as a bodyguard.
Bush once claimed it’s worth having to spend $200,000 or more on her own personal security, and some of her money would seem to be going to bodyguard Nathaniel Davis.
As the Washington Free Beacon reports:
Rep. Cori Bush’s (D., Mo,) bodyguard claims a host of supernatural abilities, including the power to summon tornadoes and read minds. During a Tuesday evening interview with the Washington Free Beacon, he added another line to his résumé: his status as a Jewish "high priest."
The good folks at the Beacon put together a video compilation of Davis really gives some insight into where his mind at. You can view it yourself above.
Besides informing us of $137,000 Davis has received from Bush for his services since 2020, The Beacon’s reporting also gives us some insight into why the relationship between Davis and Bush may work so well.
Similarly, Bush spent years working as a faith healer for a religious sect that claims the power to resurrect the dead and cure deadly maladies through prayer. The head pastor of Bush’s church told the Free Beacon in 2021 that he cured Bush’s severe case of COVID-19 with a phone call. Nor is Davis the only eyebrow-raising security guard on Bush’s payroll: The congresswoman last week announced that she had married another of her handsomely compensated protectors.
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Bush and Davis also seem to have an affinity to say things that don't make much sense while be recorded by cameras.
The Beacon tracked down video of Bush with Davis. He can be sen wearing an oversized beige T-shirt, green cargo pants, and a white face mask, while walking alongside Bush during a 2020 protest of Mark and Patricia McCloskey.
#ExpectUs protest wrapping up in the Central West End without the bloodbath that was spoken about on social media by McClos___. We’re about justice, equity, and freedom. pic.twitter.com/54wom0sxh4— Cori Bush (@CoriBush) July 4, 2020
The McCloskey's drew public attention when they emerged from their St. Louis home and with guns as marchers protesting the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officer went by.
Clearly the McCloskey’s should have simply summoned a tornado instead - or have contacted a defunded police department.
Big H/T The Washington Free Beacon
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