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Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-MO) has shelled out six figures since 2020 for one security guard/anti-Semitic spiritual guru who reportedly believes he is “109 trillion” years old and can “summon tornadoes.”
According to a report — published on Tuesday by reporter Andrew Kerr at The Washington Free Beacon — Nathaniel Davis III is Bush’s close friend in addition to being the highest-paid security guard on her payroll. From 2020 to as late as December of 2022, SEC filings show that Bush paid Davis $137,000.
As detailed in Kerr’s report, Davis is also known as Aha Sen Piankhy — a spiritual guru in St. Louis, Missouri, “who teaches classes on how to read minds, summon mythical beings, and maintain urban gardens—to avoid having to buy food from the Jews.”
Davis also reportedly believes himself to be “intergalactic master of psychic self-defense” who is “109 trillion” years old and claims to have the ability to “summon tornadoes at will, cause earthquakes with his hate, and conduct blood rituals to bring ruin upon his enemies.”
“I’m a teacher,” Davis says in a video shared by WFB, before declaring that he was “not Martin [Luther King Jr.],” adding, “I’m not peaceful at all. You mess with me, I’m messing with you. I’m doing you ten times worse than what you did me.”
He went on to suggest using animal sacrifice to bring destruction down on his enemies and claimed to have studied Sufism and in doing so, had learned how to “make tornadoes.” He also claimed to be able to use the book of Proverbs to control the direction of lightning “and burn some s*** down.”
Davis then pivoted to quote Spider-Man — “with great power comes great responsibility” — before claiming, “I’m a very humble individual because I know what I can actually do. I’ve done it.”
Congresswoman Bush herself has been a part of a sect that specializes in faith-healing — and members there claim to have cured everything from cancer to Bush’s own case of COVID-19.
“Cori, she had COVID, and she called me from the hospital,” Ndifon, the presiding apostle of Kingdom Embassy International churches told The Washington Free Beacon in 2021. “And 30 minutes later, she was breathing. Healed. It was that simple.”