Rep Hank Johnson Wants Your 1st Amendment

No longer happy with rescuing Guam, he now wants to protect your thoughts from EvilCorp. 

 

Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) says, “corporations control the patterns of thinking” and that the Bill of Rights to the Constitution should be amended so that the government is given the power to control speech.

“We need a constitutional amendment to allow the legislature to control the so-called free speech rights of corporations,” said Johnson.

“The corporations along with the people they support, other millionaires who they’re putting into office are stealing your government. They’re stealing the government and the U.S. Supreme Court was a big enabler with the Citizens United case,” Johnson said at the Annesbrooks HOA candidate Forum in Georgia in October.

For those who never met Mr Johnson, he has a history of saying incredibly stupid shit. Cynthia “Batshit Crazy” McKinney wasn’t dumb-enough for Hank Johnson’s district, so they ousted her for the man with the fridge-temp IQ.

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5 Responses to Rep Hank Johnson Wants Your 1st Amendment

  1. Matt says:

    “For those who never met Mr Johnson, he has a history of saying incredibly stupid shit.”

    Well, in his defense, he is an incredibly stupid congressman. And I would suggest that his IQ is closer to freezer-temps.

  2. John B. says:

    It is very hard not to hate the people that vote for him. Did they re-elect him?

  3. Notamobster says:

    I don’t even have to check. I’m gonna say “without a doubt”.

  4. R.D. Walker says:

    How about these corporations? ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, New York Times, Washington Post, etc. We should allow the legislature to control the so-called free speech rights of corporations too, right?

  5. notamobster says:

    Heck yeah! HuffPo, Daily Kos, and every other repository of liberal idealism, too! :-)

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