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Tennessee representative who cheered on a mob says we can't allow a GOP 'mobocracy'

Representative Justin Pearson is one of the infamous “Tennessee Three” who grabbed a bullhorn and disrupted the legislative session to carry on about gun control after trans shooter Audrey Hale killed six people at a Christian school. The media forgot all about the shooter and her victims and made superstars of the Tennessee Three. Pearson is the one who was outed as a total fraud when video of him campaigning at college in 2016 surfaced. He’s since grown out his afro and adopted a “crazy fake southern preacher accent” — it’s called code-switching.


The leftist media isn’t done with Pearson yet, and he appeared on “The Last Word” on MSNBC to warn us that our democracy can’t become a GOP “mobocracy.”

But this insurrection was good, because it was about gun control.


Lawrence O’Donnell asked about his special election campaign to keep his seat and “what it’s like working with Republicans in an institution he says is ‘still rooted in white supremacy.'”



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