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Bowman: I Didn’t Consent to My Office Calling Republicans ‘Nazis’ in Fire Alarm Defense Talking Points Memo

Bowman: I Didn’t Consent to My Office Calling Republicans ‘Nazis’ in Fire Alarm Defense Talking Points Memo

“I believe Congressman Bowman when he says this was an accident. Republicans need to instead focus their energy on the Nazi members of their party before anything else.”

Rep. Jamaal Bowman cannot take responsibility for anything!

Bowman has come under fire (no pun intended) when a list of suggested talking points to use if anyone asks about him pulling the alarm included a Nazi reference.

“I believe Congressman Bowman when he says this was an accident. Republicans need to instead focus their energy on the Nazi members of their party before anything else.”

Bowman tweeted the office sent out the memo without his consent.

The memo included the same old talking points the Democrats use to change the narrative and turn attention away from their actions.

It’s disgusting. But I’m sure every office that finds itself in trouble sends out similar memos.

But Bowman needs to stop talking. His hole keeps getting bigger!

Bowman is sticking to a story that makes him sound incompetent and stupid. Now he says he doesn’t have control of his own office.

Just stop, dude.


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AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | October 2, 2023 at 7:38 pm

I am sick and damned tired of democrats and Marxists playing the Republicans are NAZIs card, which is as annoying as playing the racist card.

It won’t be long until the democrats are moving citizens onto rail cars, gassing and roasting them in their concentration camps.

The left continues to dehumanize those who don’t lick the asses of their masters and kowtow to their world view.

First they kill babies in the womb. Next they kill babies who have survived abortion, then they kill the infirm and aged.

Until we get a grip on the damage these people intend to do, people will be killed.

I hope his constituents are proud of this shit for brains.

Trump never sent taxpayer dollars to NAZIS in Ukraine.

I can’t think of a single time in my life, a life I believe is significantly longer than that of Bowman’s, ever “mistakenly” pulled a fire alarm. They are bright red, say “FIRE” and aren’t trivially activated. Plus, he was a principal at some underperforming school, and should be acutely aware of what fire alarms look like and the potential for abuse.

In short, he is full of crap and got caught.

Let him be subjected to the same treatment as the J6 people.

Oh wait….two tiered justice system. Never mind.

The vile Dumb-o-crats are such infantile, wretched and despicable clowns. How can any person in his/her right mind vote for these people?

Well, my parents (boomers in their early 80’s) are still slavishly loyal Dumb-o-crats, despite my best efforts to move them to the center. I’ve stated my case on the phone and in numerous emails, listing myriad Dumb-o-crat policies that are demonstrably corrosive and failed. To no avail. Indoctrination dies hard.

    WindyHill in reply to guyjones. | October 3, 2023 at 8:37 am

    So does name-calling, apparently.

      guyjones in reply to WindyHill. | October 3, 2023 at 9:11 am

      “Dumb-o-crat” is a fair and accurate characterization of these reprobates — far more so than the anodyne and inaccurate “Democrat.” So, it’s not “name-calling,” as you sanctimoniously opine. We’re far beyond lawn party niceties, at this juncture. These wretched and evil scum are attempting to destroy this country. They deserve a label that captures their totalitarian stupidity and lawlessness.

        ConradCA in reply to guyjones. | October 3, 2023 at 9:29 am

        Progressive fascist is a better term for them. There is no significant difference between them and the Nazis. Communists and Muslims. They all seek the same absolute power and hate their enemies. They just use different lies to achieve their goal.

Not the first time he has referred to a Republican as “Nazi”. See Instapundit:

Bowman is a real solid Jussie Smollett kind of guy. I can see why AOC vouches for him.

On ABC World News Tonight, David Muir never mentioned the incident with Jamaal Bowman. This is in keeping with his practice to never say anything that reflects badly on Democrats.

I believe the term ‘Nazi’ is a German contraction. The NA stands for national, the ZI stands for socialist. Therefore ‘Nazi’ means ‘national socialist’.

The Dems are far more socialist than the Repubs.

Where did the idea come from that he disrupted the vote? Is there anything to indicate that that happened? He says the vote proceeded as normal and was not affected by the evacuation going on in the Cannon building, and I have not seen anything to indicate that he’s lying. Does anyone know anything that could put the lie to him?

And if not, what does that do to the idea that this was his motive? Was he just dumb enough to think pulling the fire alarm would stop the vote? Or did he have some other reason?

    wendybar in reply to Milhouse. | October 3, 2023 at 5:19 am

    I was told that doing things that may stop or delay a vote is insurrection, even if you are just taking selfies after getting ushered into the building by the Capitol Police.

      Milhouse in reply to wendybar. | October 3, 2023 at 5:42 am

      The question is whether this did delay the vote. If it didn’t, and couldn’t have, on what basis can we claim it was at least intended to?

        henrybowman in reply to Milhouse. | October 3, 2023 at 1:48 pm

        Wow, that’s stinkin’ thinkin’. It’s like arguing that the guy who shot you isn’t guilty because you were wearing body armor. Our privilege to infer his intentions in no way depends on whether or not the assembly did or did not manage to recover.

        Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | October 3, 2023 at 10:29 pm

        What makes you think he shot you? The only reason to suppose he intended to delay the vote is if the vote was in fact delayed. If it wasn’t, which as far as I can tell is the case, then how can anyone know whether he intended to delay it? And if you can’t show that he did intend to delay it, then your entire charge of disrupting an official proceeding disappears.

          henrybowman in reply to Milhouse. | October 3, 2023 at 11:19 pm

          Except the charge isn’t limited to SUCCEEDING in disrupting an official proceeding, but ATTEMPTING to.
          endeavors to influence, obstruct, or impede the due and proper administration of the law under which any pending proceeding,,,”
          I can’t read Bowman’s mind? Neither can the J6 prosecutors, yet they did.

          Milhouse in reply to henrybowman. | October 4, 2023 at 6:48 am

          Henry, there is no doubt what the Jan-6 protesters who entered the Capitol wanted to do. They wanted to disrupt the count, to protest the ratification of what they perceived to be a stolen election.

          The law the DOJ trotted out to prosecute them was not intended for that at all, and until that day nobody had ever thought it applied. The whole project of prosecuting them under that law is illegitimate. But given their new interpretation of the law, there’s no question that it fits what the protesters intended.

          In this case, however, there is literally NO INDICATION AT ALL that Bowman had any such intention. There’s no indication that he even wanted the vote to be delayed. And the method he supposedly chose to achieve such a delay was guaranteed to fail. To say he intended to delay it and was simply stupid enough to think this would do it, requires telepathy, and you are not a telepath. So what makes you even suppose that he could be charged with this law, even under the new and illegitimate interpretation?

    stevie in reply to Milhouse. | October 3, 2023 at 9:11 am

    The vote was delayed for an hour because the entire building had to be evacuated. I read yesterday that Congress only normally allows a 15-minute delay, so this was an exception.

      Milhouse in reply to stevie. | October 3, 2023 at 10:27 pm

      Where did you read that the vote was delayed, even by a minute?

      Why would it be? The Capitol was not evacuated; as far as I can tell it wasn’t affected in any way, and nobody there even knew about it. If you have information otherwise, please cite it.

        henrybowman in reply to Milhouse. | October 3, 2023 at 11:22 pm

        “At 12:05 p.m. on Saturday, a fire alarm sounded throughout the Cannon House Office Building, part of the sprawling Capitol Hill complex that houses lawmakers’
        offices and hearing rooms. Emergency personnel quickly arrived, the building was evacuated…

          Milhouse in reply to henrybowman. | October 4, 2023 at 6:53 am

          Yes, the Cannon building was evacuated. The Capitol was not. You do understand, don’t you, that those are two completely different buildings, a block away from each other? The House is in the Capitol, and that is where the vote was held, and as far as I can tell it was not affected in any way by the fact that the Cannon building was being evacuated. Nor would it have been reasonable for Bowman to suppose he could affect the vote by creating an alarm in the Cannon building. Whatever his motive, that is extremely unlikely to have been it.

          Milhouse in reply to henrybowman. | October 4, 2023 at 7:06 am

          Your own source says “The alarm he activated was in the Cannon building, which is distinct from the Capitol, which was not evacuated.”

          The Capitol Police have confirmed that no other building was evacuated.

Anacleto Mitraglia | October 3, 2023 at 6:20 am

And first, why should he give his colleagues “talking points”?
Does he think they’re his own KJPs?

MoeHowardwasright | October 3, 2023 at 7:03 am

It doesn’t matter if the vote was interrupted. Activating a fire alarm without a fire being present is a chargeable offense. If anyone was hurt during the evacuation then it becomes a second chargeable offense. He needs to be charged to the full extent of the law for falsely activating a fire alarm. Forget the fever dream of insurrection add on. FJB

    It may be a chargeable offense, if there’s a relevant federal law or regulation against it. As far as I know DC law does not apply in the Cannon building. But even if there is, charge him with that; you still can’t charge him with the ridiculous charge that was invented for the Jan-6-2021 protesters, if in fact he neither disrupted an official proceeding nor intended to do so.

Sorry Congressman. It is under your letterhead. You are accountable, perhaps not responsible. What is happening to the person who produced that messaging?

Sometimes, I just wish we could put these folks in a room with a psychic.

Unfortunately, the Psychic Friends Network was unable to see their end coming.

    henrybowman in reply to Neo. | October 3, 2023 at 1:51 pm

    Psychics are frauds. My “crank-call Diane Feinstein” BBQ was a huge bust. Our medium couldn’t raise anybody but Eleanor Roosevelt.

E Howard Hunt | October 3, 2023 at 11:43 am

Bowman is a cunning linguist. Notice he didn’t say “me office consenting.”