I say it all the time….these people are sick!
But sometimes they’re just weird.
That’s certainly the case with Nashville Mayor John Cooper and the really bizarre interview he just gave.
Lin Wood is asking all the right questions:
And in case Twitter censors that post, I have a backup.
Everyone is questioning what would cause someone to laugh about a terrorist attack on Christmas Day….
This is truly ridiculous. This is the third interview I've seen this morning of Mayor Cooper laughing about a terrorist attack on our city on Christmas morning. Read the room, guy. https://t.co/qZPDcj3nK9
— Thomas A. Stephenson (@Tommyboy_615) December 25, 2020
I really didn’t want to get political with the Nashville explosion but the Cooper brothers have to go. Mayor John Cooper is on TV laughing about explosions and Rep. Jim Cooper hasn’t tried to keep our citizens informed on safety today.
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) December 25, 2020
Yes! Why is Mayor Cooper laughing about an explosion in our city??? https://t.co/C09AGcxpak
— Sissy Treat (@Sistreat) December 25, 2020
Where do these people come from? Mayor of Nashville John Cooper – [ Democrat ] laughing as he talks about a Terrorist attack in his city. pic.twitter.com/0SEEhmgwU5
— EPSTEIN's SHEET 🧻 (@johnpecco1) December 25, 2020
♦️Why is Mayor John Cooper laughing when he says, “….make sure this is the only explosion that’s gonna happen in Nashville today.”⁉️👀👇 pic.twitter.com/kOd7BY7Ko7
— AleksandarStefanović (@acastef53) December 25, 2020
Here is the full cut:
Here’s more on the developing story….
JUST IN: Authorities update on Nashville explosion: Officers responded to reports of shots fired in downtown Nashville, encountered RV with recording warning of possible detonation, began evacuations of nearby buildings. The RV exploded shortly afterward. https://t.co/6aOkFeKl7x pic.twitter.com/1obtMqjCWg
— ABC News (@ABC) December 25, 2020
— The Tennessee Holler (@TheTNHoller) December 25, 2020
And from News4:
Mayor John Cooper has declared a state of civil emergency following an explosion that rocked downtown Nashville early Friday morning.
I have signed Executive Order 12 to issue a state of civil emergency proclaimed within the area bounded by James Robertson Parkway, 4th Ave north, Broadway and the Cumberland River. A curfew will start at 4:30pm, Thursday Dec 25. and be lifted Sunday, December 27 at 4:30pm. pic.twitter.com/xmsSLbZk7l
— Mayor John Cooper (@JohnCooper4Nash) December 25, 2020
The state of emergency covers the area bounded by James Robertson Parkway, Fourth Avenue North, Broadway and the Cumberland River.
A curfew goes into effect at 4:30 p.m. Thursday and will be lifted Sunday, December 27 at 4:30 p.m..