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originally posted by: carewemust
January 28, 2021
Their Guilt-based FEAR ramped up another notch today.
Nancy Pelosi and Democrats illegal actions against one of America's most popular President's (Donald J. Trump) has them fearing for their very lives...day after day.
Today, Pelosi requested more protection against the "Enemy Within" the U.S. House.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Thursday that she was willing to work with Republicans to investigate the stock trading app Robinhood, but not Sen. Ted Cruz, who she accused of attempted murder for his role in encouraging the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
In response to the congresswoman’s comments, Cruz said, via the Hill pool, "You know, there's a lot of partisan anger and rage on the Democratic side. It's, it's not healthy for our country, it's certainly not conducive of healing or unity, but everyone has to decide how they want to interact with others." After Cruz’s criticism, Ocasio-Cortez responded with a sarcastic tweet, “‘We need healing + unity, but I will not take any responsibility for my actions, nor will I acknowledge the contributions my lies made to the violence or the harm that it caused, nor do I believe anyone should be held accountable. But if you’re mad at that you’re divisive.’ - GOP.”
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the latest sign of rising tensions within the U.S. Congress, a Democratic congresswoman said on Friday she plans to relocate her Capitol Hill office for safety reasons after being "berated" by an outspoken conservative Republican congresswoman. Democrat Cori Bush, an ordained pastor from Missouri, described confrontations with Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, whose office is located near Bush's in one of the three large House of Representatives office buildings. Both are first-term House members who took office this month.
Bush wrote on Twitter that she is moving her office after Greene "berated me in a hallway" and "came up from behind me, loud and unmasked." Public health experts have recommended masks to help curb the spread of COVID-19. "What I cannot do is continue to look over my shoulder wondering if a white supremacist in Congress by the name of Marjorie Taylor Greene or anyone else -- because there are others -- that they are doing something or conspiring against us," Bush told MSNBC