Top Democrat commits violent crime on camera

The radical Left is going further than anyone ever thought. Now people’s lives are at risk.

And this top Democrat was caught committing a violent crime on camera.

Back on January 6th of 2021, Democrats labelled every Republican an insurrectionist and danger to our democracy thanks to the events at the U.S. Capitol.

No one brought up how they allowed cities to burn for months on end the previous summer at the hands of Antifa and BLM rioters.

No one mentioned how Biden’s immigration policies are bringing crime and drugs to American cities nationwide.

This is the Leftist’s MO – they project what the horrible crimes they are committing onto the opposition and shout down anyone who tries to point it out.

Americans were treated to yet another example of this when three Tennessee state legislators aided gun control advocates in infiltrating the State House and disrupting the legislative process.

Where were the funeral dirges for our “sacred democracy” from the likes of Democrat controlled media outlets and politicians?

Shortly after the Tennessee Legislature expelled two of the three Democrat enablers from their ranks, the calls of “injustice” and “racism” were sounded.

But now we’re learning that one of the expelled representatives, Justin Jones, has a history of using political violence when he wants his way.

Footage of disgraced Tennessee state representative Justin Jones halting cars and assaulting drivers during summer protests outside the state Capitol in 2020 has been discovered.

Jones maintained at the time that the story about his being violent was incorrect. But the video evidence is damning.

“They will try to push a false narrative portraying me as “violent” as a way to deflect from their own actions. They will suggest that I am out of order. That is their strategy. However, I’m hopeful for the chance to present our evidence in a transparent manner.” Jones took to Twitter.

Scoop Nashville, a local site, featured the disturbing clip in 2021, writing:

In June of 2020, Justin Bautista-Jones, better known as ‘Brother Jones’ locally, was one of the publicly visible (often by design) protestors at the State Capitol. He received a lot of pushback from his own community after it was discovered he was often only making appearances when he knew there would be media coverage, and eventually had a falling out with one of the other most visible female members of the group.

Throughout the entire time, he has faced over a dozen charges but always denied that he was violent – despite multiple assaults, assault on an officer, and reckless endangerment charges. In the newly obtained video, one of his assaults was captured, and presented to the Grand Jury – and he was indicted on two counts of reckless endangerment.

Jones, a Democrat who was expelled for turning an anti-gun rally into a storming of the state Capitol last month, was returned to the House on Monday afternoon.

Jones was overwhelmingly reinstated by the Nashville Metropolitan Council. All 36 council members voted to re-appoint him as interim representative for the 52nd District.

Jones stated that his dismissal was the result of a “white supremacist system.”

“Though their vote was racist, though their vote was to expel the two youngest Black lawmakers, their attack on democracy hurts all of us, whether you’re Black, brown or White, it’s an assault on all of us” Jones said to Al Sharpton on MSNBC.

Jones had already been forbidden from contacting specific “lawmakers and visiting the legislative building until April 22, 2020.” This followed a separate incident in which he was accused of hurling a cup of liquid at former House Speaker Glen Casada.

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