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Hank Johnson
Hank Johnson
Prior to entering politics, Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson was an attorney specializing in tropical island physics and comedic use of helium. Johnson was elected in a true freak show in 2006, when he defeated Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.
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Speaking at a U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation event, Congressman Hank Johnson compared Jewish settlers to termites.
“There has been a steady...almost like termites can get into a residence and eat it up before you know that you’ve been eaten up and you fall in on yourself.”
Hank Johnson, July 25, 2016

Intellectual Representative Hank Johnson had interesting words to say about recent police shootings.
“It feels like open season on black men in America, and I'm outraged.”
Hank Johnson, April 13, 2015

Speaking on the House floor, Congressman Hank Johnson once again left people speechless.
“Imagine, Mr. Speaker, a world without balloons. How can we make sure that the injustice of there being no helium for comedians to get that high pitched voice that we all hold near and dear to our hearts. Imagine a world without balloons.”
Hank Johnson, April 25, 2013 Audio and/or video clip available

After comparing the working class to midgets, Congressman Hank Johnson returned to the House floor to apologize to all 'little people.'
“Last night I used an analogy that some sound offensive and I certainly was not meaning to be offensive or use a derogatory term. You know, everybody knows what the n-word is. The n word, Mr. Speaker, is used to describe a group of people. And the n word used to be fashionable, or it used to be socially acceptible to use the N word. But now we don't say the N word, we say, we refer to that word as the N word. And I had never heard of the M word, Representative Schakowsky. It's a word also that describes a group of people and it at one time has been commonly used as a descriptive term. It was at one time socially acceptible. But to my discovery, just within the last 12 hours or so I have found that the use of the midget, excuse me, the use of the M word is no longer socially acceptable. Now the M word refers to a group of people, the little people.”
Hank Johnson, December 13, 2012 Audio and/or video clip available

On the House floor, Congressman Hank Johnson compared workers to midgets.
“I was thinking to myself earlier today, what happens when you put in a cage fight a giant in with a midget? Well, the midget will not win the fight. I'm going to tell you that. Why? He just doesn't carry enough weight to do so. But if you put 30 midgets in with that giant, then the midgets have a chance.”
Hank Johnson, December 12, 2012 Audio and/or video clip available

At the Annesbrooks HOA Candidate Forum in Georgia, Congressman Hank Johnson attempted to justify his $174K salary and excellent benefits.
“The benefits and salary that we get, we earn. It’s not elaborate, it’s just a bunch of poppycock that a lot of people have spread around trying to get us to hate our own government and our government representatives.”
Hank Johnson, October 18, 2012 Audio and/or video clip available

At the Annesbrooks HOA Candidate Forum in Georgia, Congressman Hank Johnson was asked what Constitutional changes were needed.
“Ya, I think we immediately need a Constitutional amendment to allow for the legislative branch to put controls on the so-called First Amendment rights of corporations to affect political campaigns.”
Hank Johnson, October 18, 2012 Audio and/or video clip available

At the Annesbrooks HOA Candidate Forum in Georgia, Congressman Hank Johnson was asked what Constitutional changes were needed.
“We need a constitutional amendment to allow the legislature to control the so-called free speech rights of corporations.”
Hank Johnson, October 18, 2012 Audio and/or video clip available

In a House hearing, Congressman Johnson asked Admiral Willard if the military build up on Guam would result in it capsizing.
“My fear is that uh the whole island will uh become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize.”
Hank Johnson, March 25, 2010 Audio and/or video clip available

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