Congressman Loses Primary In NYC


Hello everyone! Today’s political landscape has seen a dramatic shake-up. Far-left Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) lost his primary race to moderate Westchester County Executive George Latimer. This upset follows a controversial period for Bowman, leading to the party pushing for his ousting. Let’s dive into the details.

With just over half of the votes counted, the Associated Press called the race for Latimer, who was leading with 55% of the vote to Bowman’s 45%. This marks a significant shift as Bowman becomes the first member of “The Squad” to be voted out of Congress. “The Squad” includes prominent far-left lawmakers like Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Ilhan Omar (D-MN), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), and Cori Bush (D-MO).

The backlash against Bowman was intense, making this primary race the most expensive House primary in U.S. history. According to The Wall Street Journal, around $25 million was spent on advertising.

Bowman’s recent controversies likely contributed to his downfall. Last year, he was charged with pulling a fire alarm in Congress. More recently, his comments denying atrocities from the October 7 massacre and calling reports of mass rape and babies being beheaded “Israeli propaganda” sparked outrage. He also refused to condemn Hamas’ terrorist attack, arguing against labeling the attack as “unprovoked.”

Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro weighed in, stating on his show that Bowman had become a “full-scale anti-Semite.”

This election result underscores the deep divisions within the Democratic Party and highlights the challenges facing far-left members in future races.

So, folks, stay tuned as we continue to follow the aftermath of this political shake-up and what it means for the future of Congress!