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Will Dem Rep. Jamaal Bowman get the J6 treatment for pulling fire alarm to disrupt congressional vote?

Will Dem Rep. Jamaal Bowman get the J6 treatment for pulling fire alarm to disrupt congressional vote?

Bowman arguably committed a felony in an apparent attempt to obstruct an official Constitutional proceeding

In a completely bizarre decision, Dem. Rep. Jamaal Bowman (NY) committed a misdemeanor and potential felony in order to stop the Constitutional function of government. I kid you not.

These people think they are above the law, but I think Bowman is about to find out, as he so succinctly put it:

There’s also this:

Bowman’s office is spinning like crazy over this potentially felonious act. Claiming, alternately, that he thought the fire alarm was some kind of fancy door opener or that he pulled it unintentionally. Not sure how that works, but that’s his story.

Republicans are justly outraged by this, particularly in light of the treatment and sentencing of the J6 political prisoners for far lesser crimes, many of them ginned up BS.

We are talking breaking the law here, an act apparently performed with the goal of disrupting Constitutional congressional work. This is a Constitutional crisis because he intended to upend our Constitutional order and to topple our democracy. And stuff. Isn’t that how this works? I think so, according to the Democrats’ own rules, so this felony needs to be pursued and this man held accountable.

Needless to say, people have thoughts.


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Of course they aren’t going to charge him.

That idiot Garland is going to give a press conference about how, because of his ridiculous lie about being ‘confused’, they couldn’t prove ‘intent’ to actually pull the fire alarm, and that ‘no reasonable prosecutor’ would pursue charges.

Some animals are more equal than others.

I assume your question is rhetorical.

    amwick in reply to UJ. | September 30, 2023 at 10:18 pm

    Stop reading my mind. He is black. They get a pass.

      Sanddog in reply to amwick. | September 30, 2023 at 11:50 pm

      No, he’s a democrat which is why he’ll get a pass.

        Paula in reply to Sanddog. | October 1, 2023 at 12:38 am

        He’s black and a democrat. That’s like a royal flush in poker.

        guyjones in reply to Sanddog. | October 1, 2023 at 12:09 pm

        Let’s not pretend that being a Dumb-o-crat “of color” doesn’t come with special privileges above the normal special treatment that is afforded to Dumb-o-crats. Skin pigmentation matters. Look at the indefensibly lenient sentences handed out in the black gang beating that killed a white Ohio teen (the culprits pleading guilty to assault, only), and, the “Black Lives Matter” arsonist whose burning of a business killed a man (the culprit receiving a ten-year sentence).

Subotai Bahadur | September 30, 2023 at 8:57 pm

1) No consequences under the law or House rules to Bowman.
2) A reward for Bowman inside the Democrat caucus.
3) The House will order all cameras covering fire alarm pulls removed. Incidentally shortly thereafter this will become a standard Democrat tactic for as long as votes in the Capitol mean something.
4) Whichever Capitol Police officer who noted this and leaked this will be fired and persecuted. And no, that last word in the previous sentence was NOT a typo.

Subotai Bahadur

If a J6 protestor had “accidentally” pulled a fire alarm, they would be serving life in prison.

Dems don’t get prosecuted in D.C.


It’s sad that this blog still entertains that the rule of law exists at a federal level..

The Gentle Grizzly | September 30, 2023 at 9:15 pm

To answer your question: no. Democrat, and Negro privilege.

Put palm readers on fire alarms. and an audio prompt for them to acknowledge that they intend to trip the alarm.

McCarthy won’t really push for anything. He’ll make some statement about how it was a bad thing, and that J6ers were harshly treated. Then he’ll say something about principles and moving on and there will be no consequence. At least he won’t start crying like Boehner.

    Mauiobserver in reply to james h. | September 30, 2023 at 11:14 pm

    If would be a step in the right direction if a GOP Senator stepped up and criticized the blatant double standards with J6 protestors. Instead we had a GOP Senator praise Ashley Babitt’s murderer as a hero. No need to guess which team he and many of his GOP colleagues are on.

    wendybar in reply to james h. | October 1, 2023 at 5:21 am

    Like how he made a side Ukraine deal with the Democrats to pass the CR without telling the Republicans??….He is a POS. This is why MAGA is sick and tired of the lying Republicans who put Ukraine and illegals over us, EVERY SINGLE TIME.

September 30th!

Will the Democrats speak of this day in the same manner they speak of January 6th?

The Gentle Grizzly | September 30, 2023 at 10:38 pm

Awwww he was just fun in’ an’ 5#1+…

Bowman will face zero consequences for this felony crime to obstruct congress because of the Zero-eth amendment to the US Constitution: ‘No negro must submit to law enforcement if he doesn’t feel like it.’

“I thought it was April Fools!”

“Will Dem Rep. Jamaal Bowman get the J6 treatment for pulling fire alarm to disrupt congressional vote?”


As for the resolutions to expel, which need a 2/3 vote i.e. 60+ Dems to vote to expel:


Among other things, in my first career as a professional journalist (when that meant anything), I spent 5 years in D.C., where I was a member of the Standing Committee of Correspondents and spent most of my time on Capitol Hill.

I knew every door, every corridor, every passageway. Bowman’s excuse is laughable and cheesy. Every door — no exceptions — of the office buildings on the House and Senate side, and in the Capitol, are guarded by the Capitol Police. No exeptions. There are underground subways between the Capitol and the office buildings.

Bowman claims that he mistook a fire alarm for a door opener. There are door openers for the handicapped, but they look nothing like fire alarms. He claims he was in a hurry. If that were true, he’d never have gone to an exit door; he’d have taken the subway, which takes a minute or two to walk between the Cannon (the closest office building) and the Capitol. By contast, exiting to the street and re-entering the Capitol through security would have taken much longer.

Nope, he pulled the alarm deliberately. It’s open and shut. Any media outlet with people on Capitol Hill knows it. So do any of the 50,000 people who work there every day. This is not obscure knowledge. It’s universal.

Will the media report this? It’s the easiest story. No, they won’t. The media are de facto Democratic operatives, and Bowman is black. It will vanish down the memory hole.

“It will vanish down the memory hole.”

I looked down there. Couldn’t see anything. Must’ve vanished.

“This is a Constitutional crisis because he intended to upend our Constitutional order and to topple our democracy…”

PLEASE stop calling us a democracy. Democracy is majority rules.
We are a democratically elected representative republic……if we can keep it.

Doubt me?

Recite the Pledge of Allegiance, if you still can.

Bucky Barkingham | October 1, 2023 at 6:53 am

Criticism of Rep. Bowman is racist.

what would be the outcry if MTG pulled the alarm?

What Bowman did is what black ‘Democrats’ now call “get into some good trouble”.

An opportunity for the DoJ to show impartiality and given the thumping of the DoJ reputation outside the DC area and blue enclaves they might be willing to so with the blessing of the d/prog. Think about it, jamming this guy up doesn’t impact the political balance of power in the HoR. Nor the prospects for another d/prog to be elected in his deep blue CD.

If the DC establishment decides this guy can be thrown to wolves it doesn’t really cost them anything and gives them a fig leaf of ‘even handed’ justice to hide behind for the excessive actions v 99% of the J6 defendants. Will they grab the opportunity? IMO probably about 70/30 against b/c they are that arrogant and short sighted.

    Whitewall in reply to CommoChief. | October 1, 2023 at 10:12 am

    That would be good logic but it would mean giving the Rs a win at the expense of a black man..

      CommoChief in reply to Whitewall. | October 1, 2023 at 6:42 pm

      Yep. Wouldn’t surprise me if they threw a black man to the wolves. Firstly b/c black men are % wise less likely to vote at all and if they do vote more likely to vote for GoP candidates, when compared to black women not v overall population obviously. Big disparity between black men/black women in openness to supporting not d/prog candidates.

      Secondly the replacement of ‘black’ by POC (people of color) is another indicator of the same thing. The d/prog mid range and beyond political bet is on dumping black voter priorities for those of ‘LatinX’ background. That’s why the d/prog establishment is all in on illegal immigrants to the recent very publicly voiced displeasure in black neighborhoods in Chicago, NYC and elsewhere who’s political leaders are.selling them out.

At least the Washington Post didn’t call Jamaal Bowman a “centrist” as they did Dianne Feinstein.

No one is above the law.

Except Democrats.

E Howard Hunt | October 1, 2023 at 12:24 pm

Too bad the Fire Department didn’t show up and drench him with a firehouse, with Capitol K-9 dogs snarling. MSNBC would have had a collective orgasm.

Remember, Bowman had the shouting argument with Comer over gun control a few months ago. Bowman is unhinged.

Hahaha..bwahahaha…sorry, the title of this post made me laugh

He has the “Get out of jail free” card also known as the “Race” card and will use it. Only a few of the gutless Rs will demand his removal from the House.

The analogy “you can’t shout fire in a crowded theater” was first used in the context of free speech in the 1918 trial of the socialist Eugene V. Debs. He was charged with violations of the Espionage Act of 1917.

Now it seems you can shout fire in a crowded theater.

I think his cover story needs a little work.

This one may be better:
“The cat from next door came over, let itself in with a spare key in its paw and then jumped up and pulled the lever with its teeth and then it ate my objective computer number-crunching that I was going to deliver about how white boy is just awful. Then the cat spelled out a warning with its paw about snitching on it, so that’s why I made a different excuse at first.”


What’s more believable, that he made a simple unintended error in pulling the fire alarm switch, or that the “parading” by so many of those who have been arrested for their January 6th activities was never intended as a criminal act?

    RandomCrank in reply to ChrisPeters. | October 1, 2023 at 9:21 pm

    Nope, didn’t happen that way. Scroll up to the link on my long posting provided by Fuzzy. Breitbrart nailed it. Read it, and you will see.

Suburban Farm Guy | October 1, 2023 at 5:52 pm

Will bowman get the treatment?

Short answer: No.

Long answer: Hell no

If forced to place a bet on what happens
Nothing would be my wager., maybe a stern letter but that it.

💣 Another Democrat act of sabotage: 🧨
D.C. pipe bomber signals to capitol police that false flag terror op is complete and cover is no longer needed:

…just watch, I bet our boy Jamaal will be protected in the same way…

Of course he will. He’ll get the exact same treatment meted out to every other government employee who participated in the J6 “insurrection,” he’ll be excused.