Hank Johnson: Guam Could ‘Tip Over And Capsize’

What’s in the water in Georgia’s fourth congressional district? That district used to be represented by Cynthia McKinney, who was one of the biggest fruit loops in Congress, and now Hank Johnson is their man on Capitol Hill.

Hank Johnson, who was last seen claiming that people would put on “white hoods and ride through the countryside” if Joe Wilson wasn’t rebuked, is back in the news.

It seems that he’s identified a terrible new threat: Johnson is worried that if the military puts too many people on Guam, it may “tip over and capsize.”

Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) is afraid that the U.S. Territory of Guam is going to “tip over and capsize” due to overpopulation.

Johnson expressed his worries during a House Armed Services Committee hearing on the defense budget Friday.

Addressing Adm. Robert Willard, who commands the Navy’s Pacific Fleet, Johnson made a tippy motion with his hands and said sternly, “My fear is that the whole island will become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize.”

Willard paused and said: “We don’t anticipate that.”

Here’s the actual video, courtesy of Viral Footage and as you can see, he means it exactly as it sounds.

Whether Johnson was high, has deteriorated mentally, or whether he’s just that dumb is an open question. At this point, the jury’s out on that, although Michelle Malkin’s probably right: Don’t be surprised if there are cries of racism at any moment to try to distract people from what an idiot Johnson made of himself.

In any case, here’s the real point: if you’re shocked that a member of Congress could be this much of a buffoon — don’t be. Congress is loaded with morons, trust fund kids, crazies, crooks, and con men. If you got to really know these guys, my guess is that there would be 50-100 of them that you wouldn’t trust to run a cash register at your business or baby sit your kids. Yet, look at how they’ve managed to insert themselves into our lives. They’re participating in the takeover of private companies, deciding what lightbulb you can use in your house, and making life and death decisions about your health care. The more power over this country we give to members of Congress like Hank Johnson, the worse off our country will be.

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