Missouri first-year Representative Cori Bush caused a stir on Wednesday when she called President Trump a “white chief supremacist” on slapdash day of impeachment.
This is now permitted in the United States House of Representatives.
Democrats by respect, integrity, wisdom and decorum by the window.
Bush was so proud of her vicious attack that she posted it on her Twitter page.
Twitter and Jack Dorsey have NO PROBLEMS with this language.
You know the deal.
Saint Louis and I stand up to say that the 117th Congress has the mandate to legislate to defend the lives of black people.
The first step in this process is to eliminate white supremacy, starting with removing the chief white supremacist. pic.twitter.com/TmYD1bU6ij
– MP Cori Bush (@RepCori) January 13, 2021
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Several Democrats hailed President Trump as a racist and white supremacist in the House after passing a temporary rule change that allowed them to launch hateful slanders against the US president.
They are not good people.
Democrats repeatedly called President Donald Trump racist during the House impeachment debate on Wednesday, taking advantage of a temporary rule change they passed earlier this week.
Newly sworn-in Representative Cori Bush (D-MO), for example, called Trump a “white chief supremacist” …
…Representative. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) also intervened, calling Trump a “chief racist”.
Normally, such language is prohibited by house rules. But House Democrats passed a temporary rule change on Tuesday that applies to the debate on H. Res. 21 and H. Res. 24. The former urged Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump (which he refused to do); the latter is the article of impeachment against President Trump.
The rule change “provides that the prohibition of personality in the debate concerning references to the president will not apply during the consideration of H. Res. 21 or any other special agenda providing for consideration of H. Res. 24. “