Sore loser Jamaal Bowman, AOC bestie, delivers angry speech after primary loss – blames ‘sick society’

Despite the Squad’s best efforts, including a personal, if not embarrassing, effort by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), fellow socialist Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) lost his primary race Tuesday to pro-Israel moderate Democrat George Latimer.

Bowman, when not pulling fire alarms on Capitol Hill in the hopes of interrupting the legislative process, was decidedly pro-Palestine and was targeted by the deep-pocketed pro-Israel lobbying group, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), after claiming the stories of rape and other brutal violence by Hamas on Oct. 7 were “propaganda” and “lies.”

Defiant in his loss, Bowman delivered an angry concession speech after getting thumped by nearly 20 points in what proved to be a stinging loss for the progressive left. Naturally, he blamed “radical, racist, right-wing Republicans.”

“We should not be well adjusted to a sick society,” Bowman said. “We should be outraged. We should be outraged when a Super PAC of dark money can spend $20 million to brainwash people into believing something that isn’t true. We should be outraged about that.”

“We should be outraged when, unfortunately, some so-called Democrats are aligning themselves with radical, racist, right-wing Republicans,” he added.

Bowman held a rally over the weekend featuring socialist big guns AOC and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Bowman, as a sitting member of Congress, did not hold back on the vulgarities, dropping F-bombs as fast as he pulled fire alarms.

“We are gonna show f*cking AIPAC the power of the motherf*cking South Bronx,” shouted Bowman at the Saturday rally. “We are gonna show them who the f*ck we are! We are gonna show them who the f*ck we are!”

Ocasio-Cortez was especially hyped up at the rally, leading some to wonder if she stumbled across President Joe Biden’s debate stash. Here’s a clip of her performance the former bartender shared on X:

Talk about embarrassing.

For those on the right, Bowman’s exit represents a rare cause to celebrate something positive in Washington, D.C., and celebrate they did.

Here’s a quick sampling of the jocularity seen on the social media platform X:

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