‘April Fool’ Part Deux: Congressman Hank Johnson is Afraid Guam Might Capsize Due to Overpopulation

Georgia’s 4th District is well-represented, provided a good person to represent the district is one with an IQ of Rahm Emanuel’s belt size.

Below is Johnson acting like he smoked his lunch while questioning Robert Willard, commander of the U.S. fleet in the Pacific, who was testifying before the House Armed Services Committee. Johnson’s pressing concern? That the island of Guam might become “so overly populated that it would tip over and capsize.”

Willard’s response was priceless, saying, “Uh, we don’t anticipate that” while clearly suppressing an understandable urge to laugh in the Congressman’s face. The real gold starts at about the 1:15 mark.

I once called Cynthia McKinney the dumbest politician in Georgia. I stand corrected and hereby apologize to Ms. McKinney:

(h/t WeaselZippers)

Author: Doug Powers

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