America’s WORST Democrat Tells NAACP, “Trump Supporters Are Nothing But Drunks, Poor, Stupid…”

Congressman Hank Johnson is not exactly one of those people that has ever been known for his insightful remarks.

In fact, most of the time he can be caught saying things that make you wonder if we’re all really in some bad parody novel of how a country is supposed to be run and politicians make up even more things that a good portion of them do.

It’s one thing to say something about a political opponent and say that Congressman ABC voted this or that way and that because of that you don’t agree with them, that you wish anyone that voted for them would think again about what they were supporting. That’s normal political discourse.

The thing that seems to be happening more often today is that elected officials are hurling grade school insults that make you wonder exactly how long the “how you are supposed to act and be decent to people” portion of the orientation.

As elected officials, we would like the people that represent us to try to bring people together as much as possible. However, we have people like Hank Johnson that are trying to divide people.

Via 100 Percent Fed Up:

In his speech, Johnson ranted about President Trump and his followers, accusing them of being “racists.”

“Americans elected an authoritarian, anti-immigrant, racist strong man to the nation’s highest office. Donald Trump and his Make America Great Again followers, who want to return America back to a time when white men and white privilege were unchallenged…

A woman in the crowd cheers, “Oh yeah!”

...and where minorities and women were in their place. 

These folks now control the highest office of the land. 

Donald Trump supporters are older, less educated, less prosperous, and they are dying early. Their life spans are decreasing, and many are dying from alcoholism, drug overdoses, liver disease, or simply a broken heart, caused by economic despair.”

Congressman Johnson has a history of making ignorant, remarks with absolutely no factual evidence to back them up.

In 2010 Rep. Hank Johnson made a complete fool of himself during a hearing that left many questioning his mental capacity.

In 2010, Rep Hank Johnson (D-GA) questioned Admiral Robert Willard, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, about a proposal to move 8,000 Marines from the Japanese island of Okinawa to the U.S. Pacific island territory of Guam. During his questioning, the Democrat congressman expressed his concern over moving too many US troops to the very small island of Guam because too many people on the island may cause it to “tip over and capsize”.


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