Bush gave a long campaign speech on CNN about how Missouri Gov. Parsons only protects those with his politics, which supposedly harms everyone except white people.
Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) was one of the people who trespassed into the McCloskey’s gated neighborhood last summer.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey protected their house with guns as the rioters made their way down the street.
Don’t forget McCloskey is running for Senate.
Bush is not happy. She blabbed on CNN about how Parsons should have pardoned other people instead.
Apparently, the McCloskey pardon is not worthy because “they pointed their guns” at the BLM group marching down the street.
“Mark McCloskey is an absolute liar,” she cried. “He has spat on my name. And because of that, his day will come.”
She continued: “But I will not stand by and allow him or our governor to the very people that are doing the work that they should be doing.”
Then Bush went on a long rant about Parsons only protecting those who follow his politics “that actually hurt” black, brown, and LGBTQ people.
Rep. @CoriBush, who took part in trespassing on the McCloskeys’ property, threatens the family after they received a gubernatorial pardon: "Mark McCloskey is an absolute liar. He has spat on my name. And because of that, his day will come." pic.twitter.com/XEe5DNOxKM
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) August 4, 2021
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