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Tennessee Lt. Governor CAUGHT Liking Nearly Nude Photos of Young Gay Men


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Lt. Governor Randy McNally of Tennessee is pausing all of his social media usage after getting caught commenting on a nearly naked gay model and other LGBTQ people’s pictures.

When it was first revealed McNally was commenting on inappropriate posts he stated he had “ no intention of stopping.”

Now that he has caught national attention he has now issued an apology.

Here are his comments:

Check out what the Associated Press reported:

Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally announced Monday that he is “pausing” all social media activity after revelations that he repeatedly commented on posts of nearly nude photos of a young gay model and other LGBTQ personalities.

McNally, a Republican, initially stated last week that he “had no intention of stopping” when pressed about why he repeatedly commented on racy social media posts by the 20-year-old. He later issued an apology, saying it was not his intention to embarrass his friends, family or members of the legislature.

However, the 79-year-old legislative leader has since received national attention — including being parodied on Saturday Night Live — with critics accusing McNally of being hypocritical. Particularly, McNally supported legislation restricting where certain drag shows can take place.

Some of the posts that have sparked the most uproar include commenting on a photo of the man’s backside, where he was wearing only underwear, saying “you can turn a rainy day into rainbow and sunshine.” McNally then posted a comment using only heart and fire emojis. In a separate post, McNally posted a heart emoji of the man pulling down his underwear.

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Per ABC News:

Republican Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally announced he would be pausing his social media use on Monday after posting complimentary comments on the Instagram posts of a scantily clad queer man.

McNally’s account repeatedly commented on various racy pictures, saying “Finn, you can turn a rainy day into rainbows and sunshine,” “Super look Finn,” and “way to go Finn!!! You light up the world!!”

McNally told ABC affiliate WKRN in a statement that he has “long been active on social media” and engaged with constituents via posts, comments and messages. He said the comments on these posts “are no different.”

“While I see now that I should have been more careful about how my comments and activity would be perceived, my intent was always engagement and encouragement,” he said in the statement.



 

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