Black Lives Matter supports ‘Squad’ member’s efforts to expel over 100 Republicans from Congress

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It’s Black v. White in America, all-out, with the contrived race war brought to you by the liberal, leftist Democratic party that just seized control of the U.S. government.

Black Lives Matter is the current tip of the Democratic spear, and on Monday it put its weight behind “Squad” member Rep. Cori Bush’s (D-Mo.), proposal to investigate and ultimately expel Republicans who opposed certifying the 2020 presidential election results while angry Americans swarmed the U.S. Capitol, FOX News reports.

“It is not enough to denounce the white supremacy behind the attack,” the group wrote on its website. “We must remove its endorsers from Congress – Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, Lauren Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and the over 100 Republicans who voted against certifying the Electoral College.”

Bush’s resolution would “initiate investigations for removal” of those who questioned the election results and “incited a White supremacist-attempted coup.” The proposal alleges that these conservatives engaged in sedition against the U.S.

More than 140 Republicans in Congress voted to overturn the results of the election, in which President Donald Trump claimed election fraud and no meaningful audits were allowed to be performed.

Sens. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Ted Cruz, R-Texas, have come under intense fire for roles Democrats allege they played in inciting the pro-Trump swarming of Capitol Hill, in which an unarmed Trump supporter was shot dead by police. Other people and police officers died by less direct means.

Hawley and Cruz had both made clear in the days leading up to Jan. 6 that they did not intend to certify the results.

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