Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-Mo) has reportedly dished out close to six figures since 2020 for a single security guard who is a self-proclaimed anti-Semitic spiritual guru that reportedly believes himself to be 109 trillion years old and has the power to “summon tornadoes.”
As explained in a report — which was first published this past Tuesday in the Washington Free Beacon by reporter Andrew Kerr — Nathaniel Davis III is a very close friend to Bush to go along with being the most handsomely paid security guard on her payroll. From back in 2020 to as late as December of 2022, filings with the SEC show that Bush handed out payments to Davis summing to the tune of $137,000.
As explained in a report from Kerr, Davis is also known as Aha Sen Piankhy — a St.Louis, Missouri, based Spiritual guru, “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 reported holds the belief that he is the “intergalactic master of psychic self-defense” that is “109 trillion” years old and also makes the claim to host the power to “summon tornadoes at will, cause earthquakes with his hate, and conduct blood rituals to bring ruin upon his enemies.”
“I’m a teacher,” stated Davis in a video that was handed over to the outlet, all prior to 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 continued in his statements to suggest making use of animal sacrifice as a means to bring down destruction on his enemies and further claimed to have studied Sufism and because of such, has learned how to “make tornadoes.” He, additionally, made the claim that he could use the book of Proverbs to hold absolute control of the direction of lightning “and burn some s*** down.”
Davis then quickly changed gears to quote Spider-man — “with great power comes great responsibility” — before stating, “I’m a very humble individual because I know what I can actually do. I’ve done it.”
Congresswoman Bush herself is known to have been part of a sect that specializes in the use of faith healing — and members there claim to have cured everything from cases of cancer to Bush’s own COVID infection.
“Cori, she had COVID, and she called me from the hospital,” explained the presiding apostle of Kingdom Embassy International churches, Ndifon, to The Washington Free Beason back in 2021. “And 30 minutes later, she was breathing. Healed. It was that simple.”