Justice for #TenneseeThree | Tennessee’s Republican-majority House of Representatives will vote on Thursday to expel Gloria Johnson, Justin Jones, and Justin Pearson, three Democratic party members who peacefully demonstrated against gun control last week.
Justice for #TenneseeThree is trending on Twitter in protest against the action being taken against the three lawmakers. And people have stood with lawmakers speaking out against gun control.
Rather than expelling the #TenneseeThree Republicans should watch and learn from them. This is what it looks like to represent your constituents instead of your@Isellmpls
If these three lawmakers are expelled, special elections will be held for which the Democratic Party has started raising funds.
#TenneseeThree | What’s the whole matter?
Three members of the Republican Party, Andrew Farmer, Gino Bulso, and Bud Hulsey, have filed three resolutions against their Democrat colleagues in the House of Representatives.
Last Thursday, hundreds of protesters gathered at the State House to protest the mass shooting at a Nashville school.
The protest also included three Democratic lawmakers who were calling for stricter gun control laws.
Republicans allege that these three lawmakers Gloria Johnson, Justin Jones, and Justin Pearson have hurt the dignity of the House of Representatives.
All three lawmakers say that they were demonstrating peacefully and that they have the right to participate in the Protest under the First Amendment of the US Constitution.
“A resolution to expel Justin Jones from his seat as a member of the House of Representatives…” Just handed this on the House floor, but they still have to vote. We’ll not be intimidated. THE PEOPLE are demanding we act to stop kids from being murdered in school. #goodtroubleRep. Justin Jones
“I feel like North Korea has more democracy than we do in the state of Tennessee, and it’s terrifying to me that we’re in this march to fascism,”Rep. Gloria Johnson
Let us tell you that three 9-year-old children and three staff members were killed in a mass shooting at a school in Nashville.
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