The Illinois congressman and former Black Panther chose this occasion to make a statement on the Trayvon Martin case. Unfortunately, the statement didn’t go over so well with the House sergeant-at-arms.
In case you missed it, you can watch the video here.
He did garner some positive reactions from the public:
And then, naturally, there were those who saw it as more of a #facepalm moment:
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