Squad Members Vote AGAINST Resolution Honoring Police

During a House vote on Monday to acknowledge law enforcement officers who lost their lives while on duty, Reps. Cori Bush (D-MO) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) stood as the only two lawmakers who voted against the resolution, contending that the measure aimed to promote a “false narrative” by Republicans.

The resolution received overwhelming approval with a vote of 413-2. It demonstrates the House’s support for recognizing “National Police Week,” which is currently being observed.

In a joint statement released on Tuesday, Bush and Tlaib emphasized that the resolution should not be seen as an indication of their stance on supporting the safety of first responders, calling it a tool to advance Republicans’ false narrative concerning law enforcement.

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