The Squad members have been notoriously dividing this country by race, otherwise known as Race Baiting, the media refuses to report on it - and the latest attempt shows they only report what they want. Progressive Democratic Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) was arrested near the Capitol on Thursday while protesting voting rights. It comes after his fellow Squad members attacked their Democratic Senate counterparts Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema for siding with 50 Republicans to uphold the filibuster even as they stopped voting rights legislation they supported from passing. [tweet_embed] January 22, 2022[/tweet_embed] "Today, Congressman Jamaal Bowman joined a voting rights non-violent direct action at the North Barricade of the US Capitol Building and was arrested by the US Capitol Police," Bowman spokesman Marcus Frias told numerous outlets. "We will provide more information and updates as we gather them." Frias commented that the outspoken progressive Squad member was one of at least 20 others' arrested, "including faith leaders and youth who have been hunger striking for our democracy." Capitol Police officers made a total of 28 arrests as Left-wing activists demonstrated for federal voter protections, the law enforcement agency wrote in a Friday Twitter post. The statement did not say whether Bowman was included in that figure. [tweet_embed] January 22, 2022[/tweet_embed] By the time they announced the arrests around noon, Capitol Police said they had already delivered demonstrators 'three warnings.' An activist group headed by college students called In-PAC announced earlier this month it would be staging a hunger strike in Washington, D.C. in a bid to put pressure on Congress to pass voting legislation, the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act, by Martin Luther King Jr. Day this past Monday. Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., hinted at racism on Wednesday night in Manchin and Sinema's decision to keep the rule requiring 60 votes in the Senate to pass most legislation. "The legacy of Jim Crow is alive and well in 2022," she expressed. "That's all I have to say right now about Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Sinema, and Senate Republicans." The voting rights package failed to pass Wednesday night with 50 Democrats voting for it and 50 Republicans voting against it. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who knew the legislation would fail but forced a vote, then put up a vote on a rules change that would have instituted a "talking filibuster" on the package, allowing a simple majority vote to move it forward after senators stood at their desks and exhausted the debate. [tweet_embed] January 22, 2022[/tweet_embed] As expected, that vote failed too, with Manchin and Sinema siding with Republicans to uphold the 60-vote hurdle to most legislation. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., said that Manchin, Sinema, and Republicans believe "democracy is not for all of us."