‘Squad’ Member’s Attempt to Subtly Compare Herself to Rosa Parks Doesn’t Go as Planned: ‘Liberation from What?’

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As anniversary ideas go, Cori Bush’s was an embarrassing bust.

The Missouri Democrat, radical leftist and second-wave “squad” member took to social media on Friday to commemorate one of the sparks of the Civil Rights Movement that transformed the country and implicitly compare herself to one of the great women in American history.

But she only ended up embarrassing herself in the process.

Bush was ostensibly paying homage to the Dec. 1, 1955, arrest of Rosa Parks, the Montgomery, Alabama, civil rights activist, that kicked off the Montgomery Bus Boycott and launched the national career of Martin Luther King Jr.

After quoting Parks, Bush wrote, “68 years ago, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus.”

“We must continue to refuse to give in, in our fight for liberation.”

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