Rep. Cori bush said in a tweet that working in Congress every day is more and more dangerous.
Rep. Paul Gosar and two other House Republicans have offered Kyle Rittenhouse an internship.
Bush called for Gosar’s deportation last week following a violent tweet for which he was later censored.
On Saturday Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., tweeted a call for eviction House Republicans who are offering internships to Kyle Rittenhouse, an 18-year-old from Wisconsin who was acquitted on Friday of five counts relating to the deaths of two men by gunshot and the wounding of a third during protests in August against the police shooting against Jacob Blake.
“Just be real: every day it is more and more dangerous to come to work. Not only do these members fuel the violence. Now they are actively recruiting someone whose only qualification is to kill people who defend black lives and get away with it. ” Bush tweeted. “They must be kicked out.”
Bush included screenshots of three public offers to hire Rittenhouse as an intern for Republican Representatives Paul Gosar, Matt Gaetz and Madison Cawthorn. Rittenhouse’s criminal defense attorney said he believed his client pursuing a career in politics would not be a “wise thing” to do in response to the offers.
However, this is not the first time that Bush has called for Gosar’s expulsion.
Last week, Bush called for the expulsion of the Republican from Arizona, whom she called a “white supremacist clown” after tweeting a violent “Attack on Titan” anime montage that was edited to represent him killing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN. Y.
The House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to censor Gosar for the tweet, stripping him of his committee duties.
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