Radical left-wing Democrat Representative Cori Bush recently shared something interesting.
She claimed she’d been sent nasty messages from “white supremacists”.
Here’s her Tweet.
Do you notice anything strange about that message?
There are asterisks next to the questions.
That’s the case when someone has typed answers into a form but hasn’t submitted it.
Several Twitter users picked up on this.
…several sharp-eyed Twitter users noticed that one of the images posted by Bush appears to have been screenshot from an unsubmitted “Meeting / Event Request” form on Bush’s website, making it unlikely that such a message was actually sent to Bush from a “white supremacist.”National File
The screenshot features the sentences “kill a politician (wishing)cori” and “How are you a worthless piece of sh*t” written on a meeting request from Bush’s website. Curiously, the screenshot is identical to how an unsubmitted request form appears on Bush’s website, complete with red asterisks that denote which fields are required to be filled in.National File
What this means is that Bush could have typed all of these messages herself, and then taken a picture of it.
But it doesn’t end there.
One Twitter user highlighted the suspicious similarities.
So it looks like it’s quite possible Bush faked her own victimhood.
Sounds like the behavior you can expect from a die-hard Democrat!