Tennessee’s Republican lieutenant governor has been commenting on a young man’s thirst trap for months with a fire emoji.
The official Instagram account of Randy McNally, who has served as Tennessee’s lieutenant governor since 2017 and is also president of the state Senate, liked an Instagram photo of a young man posing in his underwear, commenting with a fire emoji.
“Finn, you can turn a rainy day into a rainbow and sunshine!” McNally commented on one Instagram of @franklynsuperstar. His Facebook name is Franklyn McClur.of image A close-up of McClur’s butt.
In January, McClur lollipop photo Captioned “I didn’t eat. Those are my favorites and I took a picture of it. This cat, health and god.” . Finn is listed as his McClur nickname on his Facebook and his gender is listed as male on his Facebook account.
Also posted by McClur photograph Part of his shorts were pulled down low on his hips, leaving most of his genitals exposed. McNally commented on the photo with a heart emoji.
Adam Kleinheider, McNally’s director of communications, confirmed in an email to BuzzFeed News that McNally is the individual behind his Instagram and that there is nothing “sinister” about his social media use. Did.
“Trying to imply something ominous or inappropriate about my great-grandfather’s use of social media suggests more left-wing operative thinking than Randy McNally,” Kleinheider said. “As anyone in Tennessee politics knows, Lieutenant Governor McNally is a social media commenter. He frequently posts words of encouragement to his followers.Does he always use the right emoji at the right time? He enjoys interacting with aspiring voters and Tennesseans, and he’s not going to stop.”
McNally is a great-grandfather, but not McLaren’s, Kleinheider revealed when asked.
Just a week ago, McNally added a fire emoji and commented, “Thank you Finn!!!”You light up the world!!” video McClur’s posing in makeup.
On Facebook, McClurr posted: video Himself singing “Where Have All the Flowers Gone”, McNally commented: I remember when Peter, Paul and Mary sang. Your performance was very good. Keep singing Finn. ”
Meanwhile, Tennessee became the first state. ban drug performance in public Last week when Republican Gov. Bill Lee signed a law banning “the impersonation of a man or woman who provides obscene profiteering entertainment” in public places or where minors are present. It will come into effect from 1st July.
Lee too signed the law Limit gender-affirming care for transgender youth, effective July 1. McNally was presiding over the state Senate as chairman when both anti-LGBTQ bills were passed.