US Congresswoman denigrates Fourth of July: ‘This land is stolen land and black people still aren’t free’

Just as one might expect, racially divisive woke Democrats rained all over this year’s Fourth of July celebration.

Be it college ingrates announcing on video that they aren’t proud to be American, with some even saying they were “embarrassed,” or The New York Times declaring that flying the American flag from the back of a pickup truck is a divisive act, there was plenty of hate to go around.

But few matched the hatred on display by U.S. Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., who took to social media on Independence Day to claim black people are not free in America.

This coming from a radical left Black Lives Matter activist just elected to Congress.

“When they say that the 4th of July is about American freedom, remember this: the freedom they’re referring to is for White people. This land is stolen land and Black people still aren’t free.”

The remarkable thing about Bush is that if she was a Republican, there’s little chance that she would be a U.S. Representative.

The freshman Democratic lawmaker is a trained faith healer for a religious group that claims it has resurrected the dead and healed thousands of folks suffering from AIDS, cancer, paralysis, and other serious illnesses.

Bush founded and served as pastor at the St. Louis chapter of the Kingdom Embassy International church from 2011 to 2014. The presiding apostle of the church told the Washington Free Beacon that he trained Bush to become a faith healer and that she began conducting healings.

“She continued having meetings even when I left St. Louis. She continued healing the sick, she would send the reports,” the apostle stated. “Once in a while, cases they can’t handle, they would send to me.”

Can you imagine the headlines about Bush steering the sick away from desperately needed medical treatment if she was a Republican? CNN may have run an on-screen tracker estimating how many folks could have died by delaying actual treatment.

Bush wasn’t the only radical leftist hating on America Sunday. Former MSNBC anchor Touré took to social media to promote an editorial he wrote: “F**k Fourth of July: The only independence day I recognize is Juneteenth,”

Toure included a distorted version of why America was founded in the caption of the tweet.

“F*ck Independence Day. Not only were we not free, the whole reason the Colonies wanted independence was because Britain was moving toward abolishing slavery. Why would Black people celebrate a day so wrapped up in our enslavement?” he tweeted.

Representing white guilt liberals, actress Alyssa Milano also got in on the fun with a TikTok video featuring this message: “Reminder: The United States was founded on the unjust treatment of Native Americans, Africans and other people of color.”

Bush’s tweet sparked a wave of anxiety from liberals who apparently despise America with every fiber of their being yet, interestingly, refuse to leave. Case in point:

On the other hand, her despicable tweet sparked a wave of criticism from rational-minded Americans.

Here’s a quick sampling of those responses from Twitter:

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