Far-left Congresswoman went full Looney Tunes in one jaw-dropping interview

The corporate-controlled press is an absolute joke.

Republicans get savaged by the media while Democrats get handled with kid gloves.

And a far-left Congresswoman went full Looney Tunes in one jaw-dropping interview.

Representative Cori Bush (D-MO) is one of the most far-left members of Congress.

She became an honorary member of the informal Congressional radical caucus known as The Squad.

Bush is currently doing press for her new book, and she sat down with PBS host Margaret Hoover, the liberal establishment Republican who’s allowed to work at the taxpayer-funded, left-wing outlet.

Bush’s amazing powers

During the interview, Bush claimed that she instantly healed a homeless woman’s tumors on the street.

Bush said, “At that time, I, along with a group of friends, we would go out on the street and just meet with people, pray with people and offer them food. . .And this [homeless] lady came to us, and she had these tumors, and she wanted us to like, feel them. . .I just remember I put my hand on her, my hand just began to move. . .And the lumps that were there were no longer there. She was so happy, and she went on about her day. I never saw her again.”

Hoover offered zero pushback on the claim.

Media corruption

As conservative commentator Richard Hanania pointed out, if Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) had made a similar claim, the interviewer would have taken her to task and peppered her with follow-up questions.

Instead, the Democrat-controlled media have not laid a finger on the story.

They simply refuse to cover it.

Bush wrote about the story in her autobiography, The Forerunner: A Story of Pain and Perseverance in America.

Bush wrote, “One of the tumors was particularly painful to her. . .I laid hands on her and prayed, and I felt that my hand was no longer touching a tumor. It shrank along with the others on her body.”

Even people who believe in the power of prayer do not contend that tumors instantaneously shrink.

Not a single Republican in Congress could get away with telling a story like that to a so-called mainstream reporter.

The New York Post reported that Bush “also claimed to have helped a toddler with a brain bleed walk at a prayer service in St. Louis — even though the girl had never taken a step in her life.”

Bush wrote, “I carried the child from the prayer room in the back of the church out into the sanctuary . . . ‘Walk,’ I said gently to the three-year-old girl, ‘You will walk.’ And this girl took her first step. . .Then another, and another. She walked.”

Again, if Congresswoman Greene made these statements, it would be a national scandal for at least a week.

Bush also told Hoover, “If I can speak a prayer, and I can believe what I believe, and you believe that this will help you, then why not offer that to people? . . . Because I know prayer has helped me.”

Bush felt comfortable sitting down with Hoover because she knew it would be a softball interview.

But Democrats want people to believe that media bias can only be found on Fox News.

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