Being Speaker of the House in Tennessee is an important role that requires dedication and commitment to leading the charge in making sure blacks, gays, trans, black gay trans and even women, are kept from any sort of power or success. For years I have been the face of the House of Representatives, working hard to ensure that our white citizens are represented in the best way possible without having to deal with the "those" people.
I unsuccessfully tried to keep two representatives out of the Tennessee House of Representatives based on the fact that they're black. Reps. Justin Jones and Justin Pearson are better men than I will ever be. Thankfully though, I'm surrounded by whites and I'll always do what I can to have the upper hand.
My goal is to always be honest and true to the white American people, no matter the cost. Take for instance the two black guys that peacefully protested. THAT is not the way to go about it. If you want to get on my good side and help preserve my legacy you need to do the following:
1) Be white (if you're black then keep your mouth shut)
2) Don't have black friends
3) Coach Wayne County High School girls basketball team and molest three 15-16 year old girls from your team (that we know of) and eventually be elected to office and even though I'm aware of your sexual abusing I won't expel you because you're white and you totally asked God for forgiveness. Looking at you, Rep. David Byrd! LOL!!!!
I am a strong believer in transparency, and will always strive to contradict what I just typed...that thing about transparency. Seriously, it begins with the word "Trans" so why the fuck would I wanna do that? I understand the importance of upholding the highest standards of my personal integrity and will never compromise my personal values. What are my personal values?
1) I value my white past
2) I value funding.
3) I value the NRA (see funding)
4) I value my own safety.
5) I value power.
In the end, it comes down to power. Am I here to make Tennessee better? If by "Better" you mean, Whiter, then YES. I am here to make Tennessee better. My racism is there for the world to see. I am a liar, a racist, a narcissist, and a hypocrite. This is me. This is my life. This is and always will be my legacy.
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