Recall Congressman Clay Higgins

Recall Congressman Clay Higgins

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Please sign this petition to request a recall election to elect a new congressman for Louisiana's 3rd congressional district.

Congressman Clay Higgins is the current U.S. representative for Louisiana's 3rd congressional district. On 9/1/2020 he penned the following Facebook post which explicitly called for violence against protesters that are rallying to demand justice for Trayford Pellerin:

Clay Higgins says on Facebook that armed demonstrators 'won't walk away' from Louisiana protests - via The Acadiana Advocate

"Look, fair warning. If this shows up, we'll consider the armed presence a real threat. We being, the People, of Louisiana. One way ticket fellas. Have your affairs in order. Me?...I wouldn't even spill my beer. I'd drop any 10 of you where you stand. Because some of We, like me... We, are SWAT. Nothing personal. We just eliminate the threat. We don't care what color you are. We don't care if you're left or right. If you show up like this, if We recognize threat... you won't walk away. That's not a challenge, fellas. It's a promise. We don't want to see your worthless a** nor do we want to make your Mothers cry. You're the ones threatening, if you show yourselves, aggressively natured and armed in my presence. In my neighborhood. Where I work. Anywhere close enough to put my family or fellow citizens in danger. That is where your journey will end. Fast. How fast? 1,450 FPS fast."

From Buzzfeed:

"Higgins' post had featured a picture of masked protesters raising a fist in the air and who did not appear to be visibly armed, as well as a second picture of a Black militia group called the Not F***ing Around Coalition, or NFAC. Its members have appeared heavily armed in bulletproof vests at protests against police brutality, including the killing of Taylor in Louisville. The group has challenged white supremacist groups, including the KKK, into confrontations and has called for the removal of Confederate monuments."

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