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Megan Fox

3:03 PM on March 30, 2023


Police officers are getting plowed over right now by mobs of screaming protesters at the Tennessee capitol. It’s absolute chaos there as anti-gun nuts have broken into the chamber and shut down the People’s business, chanting something about justice and guns. They pushed through a line of state troopers to access the chamber. Oddly, it doesn’t look like anyone is getting arrested, pepper sprayed, tuned up with billy clubs, or hauled off to prison on charges of “sedition.”



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From grief to action in Nashville, protesters demand change at the state capitol

Less than 16 hours after a muted vigil, a grieving city turned to protest, and crowds took to the halls of the Tennessee Capitol Thursday, demanding action on gun violence after six were killed at the Covenant School, marking Nashville’s third mass shooting since 2017.

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Biden Dark Money Groups Tied To Tenn. Protest

Make no mistake, the “mostly peaceful” riots at the Tennessee Capitol last week under the guise of “gun safety” activism were all about power — organized and led by some well-heeled Generation Z groups with a pipeline to the Democrat-controlled White House.

Gun control extremists March For Our Lives and Gen-Z For Change hit social media to again recruit their young soldiers following the March 27 mass murders of three children and three adult staff members at The Covenant School, a private Christian school in Nashville. Audrey Elizabeth Hale, a deranged 28-year-old who reportedly identified as a transgender male, stormed into the private school and mercilessly shot and killed her victims before police officers fatally shot Hale.

On cue, March For Our Lives and Gen-Z for Change called up a liberal army of protesters, helping again to turn tragic event into a political circus. Both groups were front and center for the left’s main event that saw far left State Representatives Justin Jones (D-Nashville) and Justin Pearson (D-Memphis) expelled from office for conspiring to lead a riot during a House session. Jones used a bullhorn to actively incite the rioters, calling for sweeping gun control legislation. State Representative Gloria Johnson (D-Knoxville) narrowly escaped expulsion. Despite her House colleagues voting overwhelmingly to expel her (the vote was 65-30), a supermajority of 66 votes is required for expulsion.:snip:

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