Jamaal Bowman

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Jamaal Anthony Bowman

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 16th Congressional District
Assumed office 
January 3, 2013
Preceded by Elliot Engel

Born April 1, 1976
New York City, New York
Nationality African American
Political party Democrat
Religion Refused to Say

Jamaal Bowman (born April 1, 1976) is an American politician who is serving as the U.S. representative for New York's 16th congressional district since 2021. He defeated 16 term Establishment Democrat Elliot Engel in the congressional primary election.

Bowman unleashed a racist attack on fellow Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia when Manchin voted against Joe Biden's massively inflationary Build Back Better bill.[1] Bowman falsely called Musk a white supremacist for voting to Republican candidate, and pretend that Musk is anti Democracy.[2]

Bowman was confronted at a public event over his support for Ukrainian neo-Nazis during the 2022 Midterm elections and had no explanation other than vowing to continue funding.[3]

On September 28, 2023 Bowman pulled an emergency fire alarm in the House of Representatives in an effort to delay a vote on a spending bill that was being debated.[4] Hundreds of dissidents remained in the DC gulag lockup under the false charges of "interfering with an official proceeding" during the FBI false flag J6 insurrection hoax.


Bowman pulling the fire alarm to interfere with an official proceeding.

While not an Establishment candidate like Engel, Bowman is undoubtedly the more radical of the two. Bowman along with Cori Bush joined the Squad which consists of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Ayanna Pressley.[5]


On Sep 30, 2023, as the House was about to vote on a government funding bill, Bowman pulled a fire alarm in the Cannon House Office Building.[6][7] He tried to "explain" that it was by "accident" and his "squad" friend AOC backed[8] his ludicrous "explanation." Pretending as if she "believes" it.

He then used the Nazi term on GOP members. After outrage began growing, Bowman attempted to distance himself from the reference, claiming that he did not approve of the term’s use and stating the importance of reserving the term “Nazi” exclusively for its original context.[9] Saying: “I just became aware that in our messaging guidance, there was inappropriate use of the term Nazi without my consent,” he wrote. “I condemn the use of the term Nazi out of its precise definition. It is important to specify the term Nazi to refer to members of the Nazi party & neo-Nazis.”