BAM! MASSIVE ACTION Taken Against AWOL Texas Democrats Who Fled State
There is just so much going on in Texas right now that it seems like all I write about has to do with the state.
This week, we’ve reported that the Texas Supreme Court ruled that the Democrats who left the state could in fact be arrested.
This goes against a restraining order from a lower judge who tried to stop this from taking place even though it’s part of Texas constitutional law.
Then, the Texas Supreme Court also ruled that they are not entitled to receive any sort of back pay that has been withheld from them since they abandoned their posts.
Now it gets even better. The Texas House Speaker just signed a whopping 52 warrants for the arrests of each and every scumbag Democrats that left the state so they could have a fun little party where they spread COVID to one another.
The warrants were delivered to the House Sergeant-at-Arms yesterday so that they could conduct the arrests as they came back to Texas.
I imagine that they’re all going to try and make a show of it by all of them showing up at once to the Texas House of Representatives to make it appear as though they’re martyrs for the cause.
#UPDATE: Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan signed 52 civil arrest warrants for absent Democrats.
The warrants will be delivered to the House Sergeant-at-Arms tomorrow morning. The warrants command the Sergeant take the absent Democrats into custody and deliver them to the House. https://t.co/HKMhnLoCPQ pic.twitter.com/y2r7XnrOzD
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) August 11, 2021
They want to be seen as modern-day civil rights leaders, but they’re doing the exact opposite. I wish Democrats weren’t so stupid that they can’t see through this charade and can’t understand what it is that they are trying to prevent from happening in Texas.
They want elections to be insecure so that they can control them how they wish. Right now, that may benefit them, but what happens when the time comes that it no longer benefits them? They won’t be too happy about the outcome then, but what are you really going to do then? It’ll be too late.