Far-Left Democrat Faces Criminal Probe for STEALING From Feds

Socialist “Squad” member Democrat Rep. Cori Bush has committed a crime so heinous that even the leftist Justice Department has been left NO CHOICE but to investigate her!

According to a new report, Bush is the target of a DOJ probe due to her potentially ILLEGAL use of federal funds for what she claimed was “personal security” – but appeared to more accurately be PAYMENTS to her husband.

Bush, one of the loudest “Defund the Police” voices on the left, has reportedly spent more than $750,000 in federal funds on private security and a good chunk of that may have landed back in her own pocket.

 

While Bush’s husband, Cortney Merritts never received his private security license authorizing him to perform the function in Bush’s district, the Democrat has been paying him for his “security services” since January 2022.

Often times, this would mean that Merritts was paid thousands of dollars every month for a job he was never legally supposed to be doing in the first place – assuming he was even doing the job of course.

The Justice Department subpoenaed the House Sergeant at Arms for records relating to the way Bush spent the federal funds on “security.”

In the House of Representatives, the Sergeant at Arms is the chief law enforcement and protocol officer and this could mean that Bush is in SERIOUS trouble.

Watch the video here to see how Bush might have just been busted!


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