Representative Cori Bush (D-MO) has called for Sen’s impeachment Josh Hawley said he does not represent the views of voters in her state and blames him for the violent protests Washington, D, shaken C.

Bush shared a picture on Twitter of the Missouri Senator apparently greeting protesters by raising his left fist as he arrived at the Capitol on Wednesday The picture was taken hours before the building went down, according to ABC News. p>

Hawley was the first GOP Senator to say he would support Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn Joe Biden’s victory after numerous courts dismissed the president’s claims that the election was compromised by fraud

In an interview on Fox News this week, Hawley said he would raise his objection to the outcome because “my constituents expect me to have the right to say I have a problem with the electoral process”

But Bush tweeted, “Josh Hawley said he was doing this for the people of Missouri let me tell you something, Josh you should be St. Louis too, but you’re not speaking for us “

DC. According to police, four people were killed in the riot, including a woman who was shot dead by Capitol police

Josh Hawley said he was doing this for the people of Missouri let me tell you something Josh you should be St. Louis too, but you’re not speaking for us. You have blood on your hands and that’s why I request your removal from Congress https: // tco / n0z68lZk4D

Bush went on, “You have blood on your hands and that is why I request your removal from Congress,” she added

Condemned the violence, Hawley said in the Senate that it “will not be tolerated” and that “those who committed it will be prosecuted, but this panel will act to address concerns from Americans across the country””

Bush, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, had previously called for Trump to be impeached and any Republican member “involved in today’s coup” removed

She tweeted a link to a petition by more than 78 on Thursday morning000 people had been signed

In a separate tweet on Wednesday evening, she shared a screenshot of a draft resolution to instruct a House Committee to investigate whether GOP members who tried to overthrow the election should be “sanctioned, including removal from the House of Representatives”

The media in Hawley and Bush’s home state have also seen poorly his actions A Stinging in the St Columnist Tony Messenger’s Louis Post-Dispatch called him a “wandering, contradicting clown” who “set the U on fire.” Constitution “and” damaged the delicate balance of power that holds the United States together “

An article from the Kansas City Star editorial staff said Hawley’s actions “had such an impact that he deserves an impressive share of the blame for the blood shed”

The following graphic from Statista shows how Americans view the use of force to promote political ends

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World News – USA – Rep. Cori Bush says Josh Hawley has “blood” on his hands and requests his removal