2 ‘Squad’ Members Insult Cops as They’re Only No Votes Heard on House Floor to Honor Fallen Officers

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Two members of the so-called far-left “squad” in the House of Representatives opposed a resolution memorializing police officers who died in the line of duty.

Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Cori Bush of Missouri were the only negative voices heard Monday when the House passed a resolution honoring 556 officers who were killed, including 224 officers killed in 2022, according to Fox News.

Tlaib and Bush later said issued a statement that said: “the health and safety of every one of our community members — including our first responders — is a top priority for us.”

However the resolution “is not a referendum on support for the safety of first responders. It is a document intended to advance Republicans’ false narrative around supporting law enforcement and gaslight the public about where they stand,” the statement said.

“Far from supporting law enforcement, Republicans are using their majority to actively target agencies that try to uphold the law and hold them and their cult leader Donald Trump accountable for their criminal behavior,” the statement said, according to the Washington Examiner.

“If Republicans cared about public safety, including the safety of law enforcement officers, they wouldn’t be enabling insurrection, passing hypocritical messaging bills, and holding our economy hostage so they can ram through their unpopular agenda that disinvests from our communities,” the statement said.

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