The ever-brilliant and empathetic Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) is apparently a lot less worried about violent crime than he once was about Guam tipping over from too many people. During a House field hearing on April 17, Johnson called grieving parents of New York’s violent crime victims “props in a MAGA Broadway production” after they slammed Democrat DA Bragg for his soft-on-crime policies.
“The Republican witnesses who have used their time to criticize District Attorney Bragg have served as props in a MAGA Broadway production.” Understandably, his comment drew angry cries from the audience, causing a temporary suspension of the hearing. There really is no depth to which Johnson won’t sink.
Speaking of sinking, Johnson once famously — or infamously — worried that the island of Guam would have so many people on it that it would tip over into the ocean and “capsize.” Yes, really.
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