‘Squad’ Democrat Claims She Performed Miracles, Cured Diseases In Autobiography


U.S. Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO), one of the most far-left representatives in Congress and a member of “The Squad,” claimed that she performed multiple miracles and cured illnesses as a religious faith healer, according to her autobiography.

“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 wrote of her abilities in “The Forerunner: A Story of Pain and Perseverance in America.” The passage was summarized in a report from the New York Post.

“It was there, waiting for me to acknowledge it, to use it. I had the confidence to heal others with God’s power.”

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Elsewhere in the book, Bush told the story of an ailing toddler she met during a prayer service in St. Louis.

“The child had had a bleed in her brain, shortly after she was born, and so couldn’t walk. She had never taken a step in her life,” Bush recalled. “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.

“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,” Bush continued. “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.”

In another instance, Bush claimed she cured a woman who was suffering from a number of tumors. “One woman whom we met had several visible tumors on her torso. She was due to have surgery but lacked health insurance and living in the park. 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 “squad” Democrat wrote.

Bush has long been affiliated with a faith-healing church in Missouri, whose lead pastor claimed that he cured the congresswoman of coronavirus through faith healing in 2021.

The congresswoman is currently locked in a tight primary election battle against Wesley Bell, the prosecuting attorney of St. Louis. Some polls suggest Bell is ahead by double digits.

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