WATCH: Resurfaced Video Shows Expelled TN Rep. Justin Jones Assaulting Driver With Traffic Cone During Summer Of 2020 BLM Riots


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Video has resurfaced showing radical Tennessee state Rep. Justin Jones, who was briefly expelled from the House last week for his actions in a demonstration inside the legislature, assaulting drivers in the summer of 2020 during the peak period for Black Lives Matter riots.


Local website Scoop Nashville published the violent footage 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’ colleague, Justin Pearson, who was also reinstated, has also received bad press this week after video surfaced showing the hilarious difference between his rhetoric now and in 2016 when he ran for student government as a common-sense uniter.

Pearson apparently took some high-level theater courses in college, while watching hours upon hours of MLK Jr. tape.


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