Bow­man and Lawler have heat­ed exchange in dis­cus­sion of cen­sure and war in Gaza

Rep. Mike Lawler (R‑NY) dou­bled down on claims around the cen­sure of Rep. Jamaal Bow­man (D‑NY) over his pulling of a fire alarm, and things got heat­ed when the two dis­cussed the war in Gaza.
In an appear­ance along­side Bow­man on CNN, Lawler brushed away Bow­man’s sug­ges­tion that it was com­plete­ly acci­den­tal when he pulled the fire alarm, argu­ing that the New York Demo­c­rat had to have been aware of what he was doing.
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“Yes. With all due respect to my col­league, he pulled a fire alarm inten­tion­al­ly,” Lawler respond­ed when asked if he believed a cen­sure was an appro­pri­ate pun­ish­ment.
“He can try to say that it was not, or that he made a mis­take, he thought the fire alarm would open a door. He’s a mid­dle school prin­ci­pal. He cert …