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.
Here is Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman of New York pulling the fire alarm so Democrats wouldn’t have to vote.
Democrats will do *anything* to shut down the government. pic.twitter.com/lk3yA0p5Hx
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 30, 2023
A Democrat Member of Congress just committed a felony by pulling the fire alarm to try to delay and stop a Congressional vote to fund the government.
— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) September 30, 2023
These people think they are above the law, but I think Bowman is about to find out, as he so succinctly put it:
No one in this country is above the law – including former President Trump.
Being indicted for falsifying business records with hush money is only the beginning of being held accountable for his crimes. 🧵
— Congressman Jamaal Bowman (@RepBowman) March 30, 2023
There’s also this:
Jamaal Bowman was school principle at Cornerstone Academy for Social Action
Here’s how Cornerstone punished kids for pulling the fire alarm: pic.twitter.com/M24piVEA9k
— John Hasson (@SonofHas) September 30, 2023
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.
Bowman tells reporters “I thought the alarm would open the door.”
— Juliegrace Brufke (@juliegraceb) September 30, 2023
Bowman’s office acknowledged he pulled the alarm, but suggested it was unintentional. https://t.co/7ry9zimuJz
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 30, 2023
Bowman: I was just trying to get to my vote the door that's usually open wasn't open..I didn't mean to cause confusion. I didn't know it was going to trip the whole building. I thought it would help me open the door.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) September 30, 2023
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.
Newsy: Rep. Malliotakis (R-NY) is drafting a resolution to have Rep. Bowman expelled, her spox Natalie Baldassarre tells me.
Rep. Lisa McClain is also drafting a resolution to censure him, her office confirms.
Bowman’s office said alarm incident bc “confusion”/rushing to vote https://t.co/2CTjvkzx25
— Olivia Beavers (@Olivia_Beavers) September 30, 2023
This is the United States Congress, not a New York City high school. This action warrants expulsion & I’m introducing a resolution to do just that. https://t.co/rfnLDzFHmK
— Office of Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (@RepMalliotakis) September 30, 2023
— Mica Soellner (@MicaSoellnerDC) September 30, 2023
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.
The doors can be clearly seen to be equipped with panic bars. Panic bars can always be operated to open doors from the inside for exit in an emergency. Congressmember Jamal Bowman committed a misdemeanor of putting in a false fire alarm and has compounded it by lying.
— Laurence (Larry) Boorstein (@LarryBoorstein) September 30, 2023
It’s a crime under DC law and arguably a felony if it’s an attempt to obstruct an official proceeding — see claims from J6 cases. https://t.co/g7szoEsCwG
— Claudia Tenney (@claudiatenney) September 30, 2023
Door knobs in Washington DC pic.twitter.com/fNZ9qIrSM5
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 30, 2023
Who among us hasn’t walked up to a fire alarm, put our hand on it and pulled it unintentionally?
— 🏼💉🇺🇦Hollaria Briden, Esq. & Ally (@HollyBriden) September 30, 2023
PSA: especially to all the boys and girls who were students at Cornerstone Academy for Social Action because your principal may not have taught you. pic.twitter.com/bgXuEwTobm
— Rep. George Santos (@RepSantosNY03) September 30, 2023
— AG (@AGHamilton29) September 30, 2023
Bowman was a school principal he knew exactly what he was doing
— Ladie Jaded (@ladie_jaded) September 30, 2023
Are we to understand that Rep. Bowman has never had occasion to learn how the doors work in his over 2 years working in the House of Representatives? This is what we’re to believe?
— Enguerrand VII de Coucy (@ingelramdecoucy) September 30, 2023
Unintentional? Even AOC and John Fetterman know how fire alarms work.
— Dan-The-Mansogynist (@dfeakins76) September 30, 2023
Rep Bowman telling reporters he thought the fire alarm would open the door is right up there with Hank Johnson asking if the Island of Guam would tip over if there were too many Marines on it
— The Chief🇺🇸 (@collins11_m) September 30, 2023
Good expel him. If I pulled a fire alarm in a U.S government building with no emergency I would be arrested so would any other American. Hold him to standard us civilians are held to.
— leeveyteeth (@leeveyteeth) September 30, 2023
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