Breitbart News published pictures of the obvious FIRE alarm Bowman pulled before the House vote.
Breitbart News published pictures of the obvious fire alarm socialist Rep. Jamaal Bowman pulled before the House voted on the stopgap bill.
Breitbart News also learned that Bowman “ripped down two signs warning a second-floor door in the Cannon House Office Building was for emergency use only before pulling the fire alarm and running out through a different door on a different floor.”
Sure sounds like insurrection behavior!
No matter what, Bowman comes out looking like a fool. There are literally signs everywhere about the doors being only an emergency exit and that the alarm is a fire alarm.
Bowman insists he thought the alarm would open the door.
So you admit you pulled an alarm? You also missed all of the emergency exit only signs?
Of course, he didn’t. It looks like he tried to cover his tracks.
The source told Breitbart News:
“He ripped both of them off the door and threw them both on the floor,” the source familiar with the investigation told Breitbart News.
“Then, he leaned into the door and tried to open it,” the source added. “Then, he pulled the fire alarm. When the alarm begins going off, he turned around and ran—going down to the first floor of Cannon and exited out of a different door then made his way across the street to votes. At no point did he say to anyone ‘sorry this is a mistake’ or ‘sorry I pulled the fire alarm by mistake’ or anything like that. He didn’t say anything to anyone until he was confronted by Capitol Police later. By doing what he did he caused a whole building to be evacuated. Capitol Police and emergency services need to treat any alarm like a real threat until they know otherwise.”
It also looks like Bowman violated Code of the District of Columbia: § 22–1319. False alarms and false reports; hoax weapons:
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to willfully or knowingly give a false alarm of fire within the District of Columbia, and any person or persons violating the provisions of this subsection shall, upon conviction, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and be punished by a fine not more than the amount set forth in § 22-3571.01 or by imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Prosecutions for violation of the provisions of this subsection shall be on information filed in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia by the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia.
As Fuzzy blogged, Rep. Nikole Malliotakis (R-NY) has a resolution to expel Bowman. Rep. Lisa McClain has one to censor Bowman.DONATE
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