Squad member Cori Bush has joined a club occupied by Hillary Clinton and Brian Williams. Both of them also falsely claimed they came under fire. Bush, who made a name for herself during the Furgeson riots claim that she and her fellow BLM members were fired on by a white supremacist.
There were shots fired, but they were not aimed at the rioters, they were fired at the police.
Four officers returned fire. The shooter was using a stolen gun.
The suspect’s gun, a .9mm semi-automatic firearm, reported stolen from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, was recovered at the shooting scene, according to the St. Louis County Police Department.
The shooting happened while protesters were gathered on West Florissant Avenue, a business zone that saw rioting and looting last year after Brown’s killing. The shots sent protesters and reporters running for cover.
The chief said an estimated six shooters unleashed a “remarkable” amount of gunfire over about 45 seconds.
A few hours after the officer-involved shooting, around 2:15 a.m., officers with the Ferguson Police Department were called to the Canfield Apartments after two male victims, ages 17 and 19, were shot.
I’m sure that many people will believe Bush because let’s face it, Democratic voters aren’t exactly the sharpest tools in the shed. But in keeping with The Squad traditions, they all claim to have come close to being murdered. AOC claimed that she was afraid for life on January 6th even though she was far from the Capitol that day. She claimed she had to hide in her bathroom. Drrraaaammmmmmmaaaaaaa.
Cori Bush claims there were “white supremacists” who were shooting at protesters from a hill in Ferguson during the months of their destructive and costly protests.
It’s true that shots were fired during the Ferguson protests from a hill but what Cori Bush failed to mention was that the shots were fired AT THE POLICE — NOT the protesters.
The Gateway Pundit reported on this back incident in 2015.
Shots were also at police at another incident in 2014.
Shots were also fired by protesters at fellow protesters in Ferguson in August 2014.
There is NO RECORD of white supremacists firing at anyone during the Ferguson riots.