(Headline USA) A security guard on Rep. Cori Bush’s, D-Mass., payroll believes he is 109 trillion years old and claimed he can cause natural disasters at will, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
Nathaniel Davis III is the highest-paid private security guard on Bush’s staff. Since 2020, when he was brought onto the campaign’s payroll, he has made $137,000, according to FEC filings. Just last December, he was paid $5,000.
Davis described himself as a spiritual guru, known as Aha Sen Piankhy, who teaches classes in St. Louis, Missouri, on how to read minds, summon mythical beings and avoid buying food from Jews.
Davis holds many other anti-Semitic views. He is part of the New Black Panther Party, according to the report, which believes that blacks are the real Israelites and that Jews are lesser humans. Davis even claimed Jews unleashed the COVID-19 pandemic to murder 99% of the population.
“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.”
On another Facebook account, Davis claims to be a member of the “Priesthood of the Sun Moon Sect.”
“You have to be able to heal before you learn to battle,” he wrote. “Study of healing arts as well as battle arts.”
Davis has also claimed the ability to summon hurricanes, levitate and predict winning lottery numbers.
“My anger brings tornadoes, hurricanes, and water spouts not just rain. I’m not upset over anything,” he wrote. “My energy set in motion known as emotions are tied to nature and it’s very destructive.”
Bush’s connection to Davis has come under scrutiny following reports that she married another security guard on her payroll, Cortney Merritts.
“Any time a member of Congress puts someone with a close personal relationship on the campaign payroll, increased scrutiny is necessary to ensure the legal standard has been met,” Kendra Arnold, Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust executive director, said. “Both the fact that reportedly Bush’s husband isn’t licensed to provide security services for which he was paid and that she was simultaneously paying large amounts to another company for the same services raise red flags that warrant an investigation by the FEC.”