This Is the Cup of Hiram’s Blood, Which Will Be Shed for You and for All

Here’s Hiram Monserrate this morning at the National Action Network, talking about his decision to return to the Democratic caucus.
At the event, Monserrate likened himself to Jesus, who “began to turn over a few tables” in order “to get the people’s business done right.”
Monserrate went on to say that “if it cost my election because I decided to turn over a table or two, and say that business has got to be done differently, so be it. That means I’m going to be here seven days a week, volunteering at the National Action Network.”
When Monserrate finished, he began walking off stage, but came back, when he heard Rev.

This Is the Cup of Hiram’s Blood, Which Will Be Shed for You and for All