Democrat Claims to Be ‘Black Jesus’ After Pro-Massacre Riot

A Democratic member of the Tennessee legislature has painted himself as a “Black Jesus.”

This comes after a vote to expel him and two other lawmakers for their role in the recent insurrection that saw pro-transgender rioters storm the legislature in the wake of the Nashville School Massacre.

Double Outrage

Democratic state Reps. Justin Pearson, Justin Jones, and Gloria Johnson were expelled from the Tennessee legislature’s lower chamber.

This happened in three consecutive 69-26 votes amid a demonstration of radicals invading public buildings in the United States. They can and must be held accountable for their criminal actions.

On March 30, Pearson, Jones, and Johnson led a crowd of communist invaders who stormed the Tennessee legislature with demands for anti-gun, pro-transgender laws to stimulate the “gender transitions” of children.

The entire riot – which came a day after a similar insurrection stormed the state Capitol in neighboring Kentucky – was a double leftist abomination.

First, it came to demand clueless measures to destroy Americans’ gun rights and American families.

Secondly, it saw many of the protesters declare the shooter a “victim” and a “martyr” by raising seven fingers, instead of six, during a phony minute of silence for the school shooting victims.

He’s Both – Jesus and the Founding Fathers

The categorical votes of the Republican-led state House in Tennessee saw all three rioting lawmakers expelled. This came exactly a week after they helped others invade the Capitol in Nashville while shouting on the house floor, “No action, no peace.”

The most radical and outspoken of the three disgraced radicals was state Rep. Justin Pearson, The Gateway Pundit reported.

Videos posted on Twitter showed the delusional Marxist comparing himself and his far-left colleagues to the nation’s Founding Fathers, his rationale being that both of them staged protests.

Pearson also further compared himself and his colleagues to Jesus, hinting they have been crucified, but also that they would be resurrected on a metaphorical “Sunday.”

Luckily, their expulsion from the chamber means their communist delusions won’t be heard on the floor for a while.

This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.