“I was literally just in a rush to go vote, man!”
Rep. Jamaal Bowman cannot believe him pulling a fire alarm right before the House voted for the stopgap bill is such a big deal.
Dude. Just stop talking.
A reporter asked Bowman about the incident:
“I don’t know why this has gotten so much attention. I was literally just in a rush to go vote, man! That’s all it was!”
The reporter asked about repercussions.
“I mean, listen, I’ll take responsibility for what I did, you know, but like I said, I was in a rush to go vote, and, you know, an investigation will sort everything out.”
The reporter then asked if he talked to House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries:
“Oh yeah that’s day one [of the investigation.] I gotta keep that between me and the leader so I’m not going to share that publicly. But yeah we’ve been in touch with each other.”
Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman says he still stands by his statement that he pulled the fire alarm in the Capitol complex by accident:
"I don't know why this has gotten so much attention. I was literally just in a rush to go vote, man! That's all it was!" pic.twitter.com/Lq38tL90J8
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