Squad Member Jamaal Bowman to Plead Guilty to a Misdemeanor


Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., indicated Wednesday that he will plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge over pulling a fire alarm in a congressional building on Capitol Hill last month.

Bowman has agreed to pay the maximum fine of $1,000 for one misdemeanor count of falsely pulling a fire alarm — a charge with a maximum penalty of six months in jail. He will also provide a formal apology to Capitol Police.

“I am responsible for activating a fire alarm, I will be paying the fine issued, and look forward to these charges being ultimately dropped,” Bowman said in a statement Wednesday.

He did it to interfere with congressional business.

We were hoping for life imprisonment and no due process, but we’ll have to settle for a misdemeanor conviction and a fine.

Bowman claimed he thought if he pulled the fire alarm, it would open the door, and he was in a hurry to get to the House for a vote. It just so happens he wanted the vote delayed and canceled.

The Representative from New York also didn’t know his press secretary called all his Republican colleagues ‘Nazis.’

Bowman didn’t know a memo in his name was passed around by his press secretary, describing Republicans as Nazis over their reaction.

He wrote, “I just became aware that in our messaging guidance, there was inappropriate use of the term Nazi without my consent. I condemn the use of the term Nazi out of its precise definition. It is important to specify the term Nazi to refer to members of the Nazi party & neo-Nazis.”

Nazis are what we saw in Israel on October 7th, and these moronic politicians have to stop using the word frivolously to win elections.

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