In a stunning turn of events, a damning video has been released showing Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) pulling a fire alarm in the Capitol and raising even more questions about his supposed “confusion” regarding the door signs. The video clearly shows Bowman calmly walking up to the doors, removing the signs, pulling the alarm, and walking away without waiting for the doors to open. This contradicts his initial claim that he was “confused” by the signs and in a rush.
WATCH: Damning Video of Jamaal Bowman Pulling Fire Alarm Raises More Questions About ‘Confusion’ Storyhttps://t.co/vRb99H1gCk
— RedState (@RedState) October 26, 2023
To many conservatives, the misdemeanor charge of pulling a fire alarm seems light considering Bowman’s apparent attempt to obstruct a Congressional proceeding, which is a felony offense. It’s no wonder that Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Texas) and others are questioning why Bowman isn’t facing more severe consequences for his actions.
🚨 NEW FOOTAGE: Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman removes warning signs before pulling the fire alarm in a House office building last month pic.twitter.com/dhwOQN2G6y
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 26, 2023
Over 300 January 6 defendants have been charged by the feds and given multi-year sentences for obstructing an official government proceeding.
It's also one of the charges Jack Smith brought against Donald Trump as well.
Now we know Jamaal Bowman pulled a fire alarm to… pic.twitter.com/YvkAjpxSBg
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) October 26, 2023
1. Removed the warning signs.
2. Pulled the fire alarm.
3. Didn’t even try to open the door.
How is Jamaal Bowman not obstructing an official proceeding? pic.twitter.com/TesRz1KteN
— Congressman Troy E. Nehls (@RepTroyNehls) October 26, 2023
This case highlights the stark double standard in our justice system. While over 300 January 6 defendants have been charged and sentenced for obstructing a government proceeding, Bowman’s actions seem to be treated with leniency. It’s becoming clear that there is a distinct “Democrat Privilege” in our country, where members of one political party are given the benefit of the doubt, even when there is clear evidence of wrongdoing.
It’s just not right. It’s just not fair that while others are facing lengthy prison sentences, Bowman is charged with a misdemeanor and may only face a $1,000 fine. This kind of unequal treatment of individuals based on their political affiliation is deeply concerning and goes against the principles of justice and equality that our country stands for.
In conclusion, it’s time for accountability and equal treatment under the law. Bowman should face the consequences for his deliberate attempt to stall a congressional vote. No one should be above the law, regardless of their political party.