On Friday, far-left U.S. Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) announced on Twitter that she’s scared of her colleague, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who she claims “berated” her in a hallway and “targeted” her on social media.
Bush now says that the alleged altercation with Rep. Taylor Greene and her staff resulted in her moving her office away from the Georgia Congresswoman for her “team’s safety.”
The melodramatic accusation and subsequent move from Bush come after Rep. Taylor Greene filed articles of impeachment against Joe Biden and a video was uncovered showing her confronting anti-gun activist David Hogg in 2018.
Cori Bush previously was an organizer for the insurrectionist domestic terrorist group “Black Lives Matter,” which burned down minority neighborhoods, looted businesses, and lit police stations on fire over the summer. Now, Bush, a direct counterpart to a domestic terrorist organization, serves in the U.S. Congress.
Rep. Taylor Greene later posted a video of the alleged altercation, showing Bush was lying. “Maybe Rep. Bush didn’t realize I was live on video, but I have the receipts,” wrote Taylor Greene.