Dem Rep Claims She Performed Healing Miracles With Her Hands

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Cori Bush
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Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) claimed that she healed a woman who was afflicted with “visible tumors” by putting her hands on her and praying.

The registered nurse, who is a member of the far-left “Squad” alongside Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), shared the revelation in her 2022 autobiography.

Her outlandish claim flew under the radar until The New York Post’s Jonathan Levine dug up the passage from “The Forerunner: A Story of Pain and Perseverance in America” over the weekend.

“As I learned how to apply God’s Word to my life in new ways, I better understood the power that was already residing in me,” Bush penned.

“It was there, waiting for me to acknowledge it, to use it. I had the confidence to heal others with God’s power,” she added, citing some of the miracles she allegedly performed.

“One woman whom we met had several visible tumors on her torso. She was due to have surgery but lacked health insurance and was living in the park,” Bush detailed.

“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,” the ordained minister asserted.

Bush’s alleged second miracle was curing a toddler who had never been able to walk due to a brain injury that happened at birth.

“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,” the excerpt read.

“Her grandmother walked into the sanctuary just in time to see the child take about two dozen steps. She screamed, and then she kept screaming. When she caught her breath, she looked at me in wonder and said ‘Praise God.’ She grabbed her granddaughter and walked with her out of the church.”

It’s unclear how Bush’s sensational claims went unnoticed, but the book was hardly a best seller. The congresswoman was paid a $50,000 advance to write the political memoir, but it only managed to sell an abysmal 729 copies the week it hit shelves, and 288 the second.

PBS’ Margaret Hoover did actually ask Bush about the marvels she allegedly performed during a 2022 interview that also flew under the radar.

“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,” Bush said during their discussion.

“And this [homeless] lady came to us, and she had these tumors, and she wanted us to feel them.

“I just remember I put my hand on her, my hand just began to move,” she recalled. “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.”

The medical professional also told Hoover that spiritual healing was a “similar thing” to medical treatment.

“I’m going to believe that this treatment that this doctor is giving me is going to help me in my situation,” Bush noted.

5 Comments

  1. Morning Report.news gave this wicked Dem access to your online reporting. You are now known at least by me to allow lying witches who are disciples of satan to use you to spread lies. She won; you’ve lost.

  2. Can she put her hands on Bidens head and change him from a communist “a” hole to a loyal American capitalist who loves this country. I know it is a lot especially for a terrorist sympathizer like her.

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