Liar, liar! Pants on fire!
As if we needed more proof of a double standard.
People from January 6th have had their lives ruined for practically nothing.
Now we know for sure that socialist Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) got away with a felony similar to the one those on January 6th were charged with.
Bowman should face charges of obstructing an official Congressional proceeding when he pulled a fire alarm in the Capitol before a vote on a spending bill.
Instead, Bowman accepted a plea deal on misdemeanor charges.
Bowman claimed that he was in a rush to get to the vote.
The new video does not show that at all. Not even a little bit. No reasonable doubt.
The video shows Bowman ripping off the emergency exit signs from the door, pulling the alarm, and scurrying away like a little kid who knows he’ll get a whooping for doing something wrong.
🚨 NEW FOOTAGE: Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman removes warning signs before pulling the fire alarm in a House office building last month pic.twitter.com/dhwOQN2G6y
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 26, 2023
Bowman literally committed a felony:
Obstructing Congressional or Administrative Proceedings (18 U.S.C. 1505)
Section 1505 outlaws obstructing congressional or federal administrative proceedings, a crime punishable by imprisonment not more than five years (not more than eight years if the offense involves domestic or international terrorism). The crime has three essential elements. First, there must be a proceeding pending before a department or agency of the United States. Second, the defendant must be aware of the pending proceeding. Third, the defendant must have intentionally endeavored corruptly to influence, obstruct or impede the pending proceeding. Section 1505 offenses are not RICO or money laundering predicate offenses. Conspiracy to obstruct administrative or congressional proceedings may be prosecuted under 18 U.S.C. 371, and the general aiding and abetting, accessory after the fact, and misprision statutes are likely to apply with equal force in the case of obstruction of an administrative or congressional proceeding.
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