In a surprising twist, Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri may be facing a primary challenger in the upcoming election. Wesley Bell, a Soros-funded prosecutor, has dropped his Senate campaign to challenge Bush. His decision comes after Bush made anti-Israel remarks regarding Hamas’ recent terrorist attack. Bell expressed his concern about the lack of effective leadership in the 1st District and the world at large. He emphasized the need for leaders who can work together, support democratic allies, and defend against terrorist organizations. Bell even mentioned his personal experience visiting Israel and witnessing the need for defensive measures against attacks.
This is a big deal. Wesley Bell (D) is a progressive Soros funded prosecutor. Bell was running a longshot race for #MOSen but he clearly had enough of #MO01 Rep. Cori Bush's antisemitism & general insanity so he's decided to primary her & run as a non-antisemitic progressive. https://t.co/u1dUs9P6BV
— RRH Elections (@RRHElections) October 30, 2023
This primary challenge raises concerns about Bell’s ties to George Soros and the pro-Hamas groups he supports. It’s important to question the motives behind his decision to challenge Bush, especially considering the recent illegal protests funded by Soros-backed organizations. The Israel War Room account also called out Bush for her resolution that falsely claimed to call out Hamas. She was among the few House Democrats who voted against supporting Israel and condemning Hamas. Additionally, Bush’s use of her official account to spread anti-Israel narratives, accusing them of “ethnic cleansing,” has drawn strong criticism from thousands of people.
It is evident that Bush’s anti-Israel remarks have sparked controversy and raised doubts about her ability to provide strong and effective leadership. Bell’s decision to challenge her reflects the growing discontent within the Democratic Party regarding their stance on Israel. It is essential to have leaders who prioritize the safety of our democratic allies and condemn terrorist organizations like Hamas. Hopefully, this primary challenge will encourage a much-needed debate and reevaluation of the Democratic Party’s position on Israel.