A member of the infamous House Squad suffered great embarrassment after she tried to spread misinformation on social media.

Rep. Cori Bush (D-M) announced that she was introducing legislation to commemorate Michael Brown, who was fatally shot in 2014 in a bribery. Brown’s death led to violent riots in 2014 after an eyewitness lied that Brown had his hands up when he was shot and killed by Officer Darren Wilson. The lie led to the  “Hands up, don’t shoot” slogan, which accompanied the 2014 violent riots.

Subsequent investigations, including one from former President Barack Obama’s Justice Department,  later revealed that Brown’s death was justified and that the police officer had acted in self-defense.

Bush on Monday attempted to revive the lies surrounding Brown’s death when she announced her bill.

“Mike Brown should be turning 28 today, but his life was taken by a Ferguson police officer,” Bush wrote in a social media post. “In Mike’s honor and alongside his mother, Lezley McSpadden, I am reintroducing the Helping Families Heal Act, also known as the Mike Brown Bill. #HelpUsHeal.”

Bush’s post was quickly met with firestorm after social media users noted that Brown was a robbery suspect who had reached for the police officer’s weapon.

“She knows she’s lying,” commentator Chad Felix Greene wrote. “She made her political career on this lie. But it doesn’t matter, because she can exploit it for her social agenda. We keep expecting the left to care about what is true, and they keep tossing it off the table. They only want what is useful.”

“He shoplifted from a bodega and put the employee in a choke hold when he attempted to intervene,” Stephen L. Miller, contributing editor for the Spectator, wrote.

Chaya Raichik, the LibsOfTikTok founder, also weighed in on Bush’s proposed bill.

“LIFE HACK: Don’t reach for an officer’s gun if you want to stay alive. Follow me for more great tips.” Raichik wrote.

“Mike shouldn’t have been violent and shouldn’t have reached for a police officer’s gun while being violent,” commentator Chris Loesch wrote. “You are grifting off his death which should be used as training on how not to act.”