Liberal Congresswoman Cori Bush (D-MO) isn’t used to being in the spotlight but right now all eyes are on a member of her security team.
Bush’s bodyguard, Nathaniel Davis has invited backlash over his claims to be a master of psychic self-defense born 109 trillion years ago along with his anti-semitic comments. The Washington Free Beacon confirmed that Davis is in fact a St. Louis, Missouri, spiritual guru known as Aha Sen Piankhy 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 initially gained notoriety over his claim to host a number of supernatural abilities, including the ability to summon hurricanes, levitate, and retrieve winning lottery numbers “from the spirit realm.”
Nathaniel Davis demanded The Free Beacon retract a previous article in which the outlet detailed Davis’s connections with Bush and history of advancing anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
Per the original report from The Free Beacon:
When Davis, who did not return requests for comment, is not protecting the congresswoman, he spends his time teaching St. Louis’s black community to grow their own food—so they can liberate themselves from a genocidal Jewish cabal that runs the world.
“I’m going come teach the people how to survive. It’s what I came to this planet for in this lifetime,” Davis said in a July 17, 2020, Facebook live stream. “I’m 109 trillion years old in this galaxy, the Milky Way galaxy.”
Davis has advanced a number of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, including the belief that the Rothschild family “runs the Western Hemisphere” and unleashed the COVID-19 pandemic to murder 99 percent of the human population. Davis is also a proponent of QAnon, according to a Facebook post he shared in December 2018.
“You got the global elite looking to kill every last one of us. They want to wipe out half the population of the planet,” Davis said in a July 17, 2020, Facebook live stream.
However, despite Davis’s history of anti-Semitic comments, the bodyguard said it’s impossible for him to be anti-Semitic because he himself is a member of the Tribe of Issachar, one of the lost tribes of Israel.
“That makes me Hebrew. How can I be anti-Semitic?” Davis asked the Free Beacon, adding “You’re literally dealing with the priesthood, literally.”
“If you could retract the whole anti-Semite, because I’m not, man. I’m not,” Davis said. “I got bar mitzvah’ed in this city. There’s no way I can be anti-Semite. No way. You didn’t complete your homework.”
The bodyguard also asserted he never made any claims about the Rothschild family or promoted any anti-semitic conspiracies.
“I didn’t make any type of statement dogging anybody of any nationality or background,” Davis told the Free Beacon. “Didn’t do that. That’s not how I move.”
It’s not exactly clear how David came to work for the Congresswoman. However, a deep dive by The Free Beacon revealed the congresswoman’s personal Facebook page show that she is friends with “Aha Davis Zadok El,” one of Davis’s Facebook accounts. There, he claims to be a member of the “Priesthood of the Sun Moon Sect.” Davis’s various Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts are riddled with references to the “Priesthood of the Sun Moon Sect.”
Davis has earned over $137,000 providing “security services” for Bush since 2020, according to FEC filings, the latest of which showed disbursements of $5,000 in Dec. 2022.
Citing a “non-disclosure agreement,” Davis refused to comment on the “security services” he has provided to Bush.
“I can’t talk to you about that,” Davis said when pressed for details about his non-disclosure agreement.
The Free Beacon reported that Davis changed his story minutes later and denied ever mentioning a non-disclosure agreement, claiming it would be false to report that he did.