Rep. Justin Jones back in the House after unanimous city council vote | USA TODAY

Following his expulsion from the Tennessee House, State Rep. Justin Jones was reinstated unanimously to serve again by the Nashville City Council.
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Tennessee Rep. Justin Jones will reclaim his seat in the state House of Representatives with the backing of Nashville's Council, which voted to reappoint him four days after he was expelled for leading chants for gun reform with a bullhorn on the chamber floor.

Shortly after the council vote, Jones led a crowd of hundreds in a march to the Capitol, where he was sworn in, reported the Tennessean, part of the USA TODAY Network.

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  1. The reason you were given your position is so you don’t have to clamor at the gates with a blow horn. Be a representative of the people who feel they must do that, but maintain the decorum of the position you hold. Wish you well.

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  3. Hopefully, he has learned to refrain from behaving in a manner that is suited for the streets when he returns to that august institution.

  4. Hopefully he has learned to act civilized, but I have my doubts.
    I think of all of those people along the southern border who are risking and sometimes losing their lives just to get an opportunity to live in the USA – then I see people like this fool who only complains about how bad things are. I say we deport this Representative who only complains about how bad things are, and let in a immigrant who will be thankful to be given the opportunity to live in the USA.

    1. Being better than the hell that is, for some, Mexico, is hardly a great accomplishment don’t you think? And those who are actually really concerned about the Republic’s ills are the one who love it best, no?
      Just something to think about.
      Don’t get me wrong; I love the US, despite its many shortcomings…
      But believe me, if there was a land border between the US and Denmark, it would not be you yanks guarding it.

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