Bowman Calls Party “Nazis” In Anecdote To Amuse From Fire Alarm Rest.

After pulling a fire alarm to derail a key House vote and then lying about it, Rep.

After pulling a fire alarm to derail a key House vote and then lying about it, Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) and his office distributed talking points to fellow Dems to assist with how to respond to inquiries.

And apparently calling the GOP “Nazis” is an appropriate response.

Among the “suggested talking points” that Bowman’s team sent to other Democrats were the following (emphasis added):

“It is an extreme reach on the part of MAGA Republicans to assert that Rep Bowman intended to harm or destruct anyone or thing. The exact opposite is true: he was trying to do his job.”

“I believe Congressman Bowman when he says this was an accident. Republicans need to instead focus their energy on the Nazi members of their party before anything else.”

“There are multiple insurrectionist supporters in Congress and more who supported a coup and support Trump’s Big Lie. That’s what they should be focused on. Instead their focus on Rep. Bowman is an attempt to minimize January 6th.”

Bowman insists the talking points memo went out without his approval —but how can we believe him after the fire alarm fairy tale he tried to sell the American people?

“I just became aware that in our messaging guidance, there was inappropriate use of the term Nazi without my consent,” Bowman claimed. “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.”

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