RINO-dominated Texas House IMPEACHES Texas AG Paxton 121-23

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2023 May 26, 4:08pm   1,271 views  30 comments

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All of a Sudden, Phelan is fast tracking the impeachment of Paxton.

“There is a reason CNN called Texas ‘a legal graveyard for Biden policies,’” Paxton said in a statement posted on Twitter. “I am doing exactly what the voters elected me to do. It is a sad day for Texas as we witness the corrupt political establishment unite in this illegitimate attempt to overthrow the will of the people and disenfranchise the voters of our state.”

The House of Representatives will vote on the committee’s recommendation on May 27.

“Texas faces a critical moment for the rule of law and the will of Texas voters. Only months ago, Texans went to the polls and made a choice. They made their choice during a primary where over 1.5 million Texans cast their vote. They made a choice again where over 8 million people voted in the general election,” Paxton said.

He accused the committee members of attempting to oust him from office over false claims.

“Just yesterday, four liberal lawyers put forward a report to the House General Committee based on hearsay and gossip, parroting long-disproven claims. Today, that Committee has asked the House of Representatives to use their unsubstantiated report to overturn the results of a free and fair election,” he continued.

Paxton said that neither he nor his office had been given an opportunity to address the allegations.

“This process has provided no opportunity for rebuttal or due process. They even refused to allow a senior attorney from my office to provide the facts,” he said. “They rejected every attempt to seek a full accounting of the truth.”



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1   AmericanKulak   2023 May 26, 4:09pm  

Don't think for a minute GOPe isn't striking hard for 2024.

They're getting rid of Paxton, will appoint a milquetoast RINO, to help Dems steal Texas in 2024.
2   AmericanKulak   2023 May 27, 10:48am  

Why are they going after Paxton?

Because Paxton has a lawsuit going against Biden's CBP that stands a good chance of being upheld, dealing with immigrants using a mobile app to approve themselves to enter the country. Multiple laws call for immigrants to be assessed by government officials prior to entry.
3   AmericanKulak   2023 May 27, 11:18am  

The other guy behind the Paxton remove is another RINO, this one a big Farmer/Rancher who wants the cheap labor to flow.

4   AmericanKulak   2023 May 27, 3:38pm  

TX House, with Republican majority, votes to approve multiple charges of Impeachment, 121-23.

Bushite RINOs are not only punishing Paxton for attempts to fight Xiden's immigration disasters, but to clear Texas so they can rig the Primary OR ensure the Dem wins the State by having their Pet DA there.
6   mell   2023 May 27, 4:05pm  

AmericanKulak says

Next stop is the TX Senate, they need 2/3 majority.


That's crazy! Do you think they can get 2/3 in the senate? He needs 11 out of the 19 Republican senate members to support him
7   Patrick   2023 May 27, 5:09pm  

8   AmericanKulak   2023 May 27, 5:17pm  

mell says

That's crazy! Do you think they can get 2/3 in the senate? He needs 11 out of the 19 Republican senate members to support him

That reminds me:

TX Senate Phone Directory:

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10   AmericanKulak   2023 May 27, 5:39pm  

48 hours ago the House was notified of impeachment charges.

24 hours ago the House was notified there would be a vote today, on Memorial Day Weekend.

Today RINO Court of Star Chamber Chief Phelan rushed through UNsworn testimony of a handful of witnesses and strongarmed the RINOs to vote guilty.

Paxton was allowed no time to prepare, no time to answer accusations, and the accusers were not even sworn in. Nor was the House given any time to consider the testimony OR charges.

Phelan is a Tyrant. RINOs are worse than Democrats.

11   AmericanKulak   2023 May 27, 7:02pm  


Useless Abbott knows Paxton would clean his clock if he ran for Governor.

Just like Paxton beat an extravagantly funded Bushite 70-30 in the Primary for Attorney General
12   The_Deplorable   2023 May 27, 7:40pm  

It was the House that voted to impeach Paxton, not the Senate. A two-thirds majority is required in the Senate to remove Paxton from office.

"Paxton has dismissed the impeachment push as "political theater" based on "hearsay and gossip, parroting long-disproven claims..." Paxton posted a statement to Twitter... "I look forward to a quick resolution in the Texas Senate, where I have full confidence the process will be fair and just." "A two-thirds majority is required in the Senate to remove him from office. As the trial goes on, Gov. Greg Abbott will appoint an interim replacement... " https://www.foxnews.com/politics/texas-house-votes-impeach-republican-attorney-general-ken-paxton
13   Patrick   2023 May 28, 8:09pm  

Patrick says




I was absolutely enraged to learn my TX Rep voted to impeach Paxton. Here's how I am fighting back. I'm going to every gun range in my district, putting up a poster on the gate of my truck with his face on a bud light can, explaining that Paxton was the only AG to stand up to the 2020 stolen election, and by impeaching him they are stealing 2024.
14   AmericanKulak   2023 May 29, 3:10pm  

Dean Phelan's new Bud Light Can

15   Patrick   2023 May 31, 9:29am  


In some more unfortunate Red-on-Red news, the Texas Legislature recently turbo-impeached the state’s MAGA Attorney General Ken Paxton. Mr. Paxton has been openly and actively champion in the anti-mandate movement, as well central in fighting for election integrity in the state. The Lone Star state is rapidly sliding into the purple, with Soros prosecutors popping up all over the state including in its largest counties.

Many have asked me to explain what’s going on there. It’s not straightforward.

One popular theory is that RINO House Republicans initiated the impeachment to stop Paxton from calling out election fraud and complaining about the 2020 elections. In late April, about a month prior to his impeachment, Paxton gave a Heritage Foundation talk explaining how he tried to help President Trump prevent losing Texas, and really the country, because of mail-in balloting.

Listen for yourself. Paxton explained how mail-in balloting allows cheating, his strategy to fight it, and called out the Soros prosecutors in Texas who refuse to prosecute voting fraud (10 min), and some people think that’s what got him in trouble...

Maybe. It’s true that Paxton has been under legal attack ever since he officially became an “election denier” after the 2020 election disaster. He’s allegedly being investigated by the FBI for the last two years for bribery, for example, for allegedly issuing some favorable rulings that helped a real estate developer named Nate Paul.

But there is no evidence that Nate Paul paid any money to AG Paxton. Paxton has denied all allegations of wrongdoing, and I could find no proof that he accepted any bribes from Paul. So it looks like the typical politically-motivated, two-tiered-justice-system nonsense that we are getting so very used to these days.

It’s not clear to me Paxton is being impeached for his elections comments. Why would House Republicans try to sabotage election reform? I get the “uniparty” theory, but the uniparty phenomenon seems least likely to show up in the State House of Representatives, where officeholders have to run again every two years and where they turn over the fastest. (Not all of them. Texas lacks term limits for House Representatives. Senfronia Thompson (D-141) has served 25 consecutive terms, for example. By contrast, Florida’s House reps are term-limited to only 8 years, or 4 two-year terms).

Instead, there’s another curious possibility: a grudge. Dade Phelan, Speaker of the Texas House, made the news a few weeks ago for appearing on the House floor, drunk as a Texas skunk, badly slurring his words, with everyone acting like it was normal. Maybe it is normal.

Anyway, loads of embarrassing “drunken Phelan” videos made the rounds last week. Here’s one example...

But last week on May 23rd, Attorney General Paxton sent an official letter calling for Phelan’s investigation, which was political dynamite, quite like the first artillery round launched by the troops at the Alamo.

On May 24th — one day after Paxton’s letter, and all in a single day — the Texas House of Representatives filed and then immediately voted to impeach Paxton on 20 articles of impeachment, alleging bribery, abuse of office, and obstruction of justice. This week the House managers are supervising Paxton’s impeachment trial in the Texas Senate, which began yesterday and is expected to last several weeks.

If Paxton is convicted by the Senate, he will be permanently removed from office.

The timing of the two events — Paxton’s letter and Phelan leading the impeachment effort — are too close together to ignore. It looks like Phelan started Paxton’s turbo impeachment in retaliation for Paxton asking for an ethics investigation. It is also possible that Paxton got word of a planned impeachment effort and struck first. Who knows.

Six of Paxton’s AG office staff have taken personal leaves of absence to help defend him. Meanwhile, under Texas law, Brent Webster took over for Paxton as interim Attorney General while Paxton is on involuntary leave pending the Senate trial’s outcome. According to the Houston Chronicle, Governor Abbott, a former AG himself, has been silent on the impeachment.

Paxton is the first statewide official to have been impeached in Texas since 1917. If he’s removed as Attorney General, it will be a historic first.

The bottom line is, the reason why the Republican Legislature in Texas is firing HIMARS at its own Attorney General is as clear as the mud constantly bogging down the heroes in Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove series. It remains to be seen whether AG Paxton will effect a last-minute escape in the Senate from House Republicans that appear more hostile than wild Comanches, or whether they’ll claim his scalp.
16   The_Deplorable   2023 May 31, 9:54am  

Patrick says
" https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/never-give-up-wednesday-may-31-2023?publication_id=463409&post_id=125040561&isFreemail=true "

From the link:

"One popular theory is that RINO House Republicans initiated the impeachment to stop Paxton from calling out election fraud and complaining about the 2020 elections."

Election fraud is what keeps the USA under neoCon Globalist control. And this explains why he was impeached. Does it not?

"Why would House Republicans try to sabotage election reform?"

Because RINO Republicans - like Jon McCain and Lindsay Graham - are not Republicans. They are traitors.

"I get the "uniparty" theory, but the uniparty phenomenon seems least likely to show up in the State House of Representatives..."

On the contrary. The Uniparty controls everything and it is not a theory. It is a fact.
17   Patrick   2023 Sep 25, 3:15pm  


More signs of life in Texas! The Center Square ran a story yesterday headlined, “Texas GOP leadership nearly unanimously calls on Speaker Phelan to resign.”

Now that Attorney General Ken Paxton had his day in court and was fully vindicated, the Republican Party of Texas approved a resolution last week calling for odious Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan to resign or else face a vote to vacate the chair. Phelan is under fire for starting the failed impeachment effort against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in the Texas House. Even better, the GOP’s vote tally was a whopping 58-2 in favor of the resolution.

Here’s what the Senate Republican Executive Committee’s resolution said:

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Republican Party of Texas calls on Speaker Dade Phelan to step down from his leadership role as Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, and to allow a new Speaker to be elected after a caucus vote in accordance with the Republican Party of Texas Platform; and,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that should Speaker Dade Phelan fail to step down from the Speaker chair for this upcoming special session, the Republican representatives should vote to vacate the chair and allow for a new Speaker who has pledged to honor and support the priorities and principles of the Republican Party to be elected.

The resolution also complained about Speaker Phelan appointing nine Democrats “to chair important legislative committees, in direct defiance of the wishes of Republican voters” and defying the GOP’s legislative priorities. Several Texas county GOPs have also recently passed resolutions censuring Phelan for the same reasons.

Phelan says he has no intention of resigning. Get ready for some good old fashioned Texas political fireworks.
18   Bd6r   2023 Sep 25, 8:10pm  

Talking about TX politics and how wholesome it is, does anyone of y’all know where was the first four lane highway in TX built and why?
19   AmericanKulak   2023 Sep 26, 1:08am  

The_Deplorable says

On the contrary. The Uniparty controls everything and it is not a theory. It is a fact.

Yes, the Uniparty reaches down into the States, but it is easier to repel it there than at the Fed level.

Soros DAs are a major problem, esp. in Dark Blue cities where their primary victories are assured if they are the only Soros backed canddiate.
22   Patrick   2023 Dec 2, 2:05pm  

Bd6r says

Talking about TX politics and how wholesome it is, does anyone of y’all know where was the first four lane highway in TX built and why?


ChatGPT says:

The first four-lane highway in Texas was built in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. It was part of State Highway 114 (SH 114), which connects the cities of Irving and Grapevine.

The primary reason for the construction of the four-lane highway in this region was to accommodate the growing population and increased traffic demands. As the Dallas-Fort Worth area experienced significant urban and suburban development in the mid-20th century, transportation infrastructure needed to be expanded to support the increasing number of vehicles on the road.
23   Patrick   2023 Dec 2, 2:10pm  


💉 Texas’s remarkable Attorney General (and political assassination survivor) Ken Paxton filed possibly the most important lawsuit of his entire career yesterday. His office announced the explosive filing with a 20,000-volt press statement titled, “Attorney General Ken Paxton Sues Pfizer for Misrepresenting COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy and Conspiring to Censor Public Discourse.”


Corporate media sell-outs and pharma’s citizen volunteers corps were shocked, screaming for their crisis counselors and therapy bunnies.

It makes Texas’s second lawsuit against Pfizer. Earlier this week, recently-unsealed documents revealed a pending lawsuit against the pharma giant, over its ineffective ADHD medicine Quillivant XR, which is marketed to kids through the state’s Medicaid program.

That was bad enough. This new case has completely twisted corporate media around the axle. ...

There are two broad prongs or categories of potential pharma liability. They track the two drug approval standards: safety and efficacy. One category of potential liability is focused on lack of “safety” — this includes injuries and deaths caused by dangerously defective “covid vaccine” products. That avenue is currently blocked by the PREP Act and other liability shields. We are working on it.

The other category, which Texas’s new lawsuit focuses on, involves drugmakers’ early false claims about “efficacy” — for overhyping their defective products and reprehensibly attacking folks who pointed out the problems.

Paxton’s 54-page Pfizer lawsuit tracks one of my earliest legal theories. Back in 2021, I temporarily got a little too excited over suing Pfizer, under Florida’s version of what’s called a “deceptive trade practices” (DTP) law. You might know about DTP law as “false advertising.” I’ve litigated DTP cases in Florida, and I was off and running and already drafting a complaint back in late 2021 when the wheels fell off. I discovered, deeply buried in the weeds of Florida’s DTP statute, a special carve out for pharma.

Yep. Pharma companies are exempted from false advertising claims in the Sunshine State. Thanks, pharma lobby. So, my lawsuit died ingloriously, never completed.

But on the other hand, Texas’s DTP statute has no pharma exception. So, as they say in the Lone Star State, giddyup! Generally speaking, DTP cases are either filed by affected consumers — individually or in class actions — or by the state’s attorney general, on behalf of all its citizens.

That’s what’s happening here. Texas is suing Pfizer over false advertising for all Texans. In Texas. Under Texas law.

The first and last sentences in the petition’s introduction neatly summarize the entire case: “The COVID-19 vaccines are the miracle that wasn’t … Pfizer misrepresentations intended to confuse and mislead the public in order to achieve widespread adoption of its vaccine.”

Long-time C&C readers will not be surprised by the petition’s five essential allegations of vaccine misrepresentations...

Maybe ugliest of all, Pfizer deceptively told a fearful public that its shots would protect people from dying from covid. But its own clinical trial data showed more patients died in the vaccine group than died in the placebo group — even after manipulating the numbers. Even more remarkably, Pfizer falsely represented that its vaccines were so good that, if person A took the shot, it would somehow lower person B’s chances of dying from covid. Which caused mandates and Joe Biden darkly warning about the dirty unvaccinated. ...

The remedies for DTP violations could range from damages for every time Pfizer lied about its defective products, up to and including disgorgement of all its profits. It’s hard to overestimate the importance of this lawsuit. As I’ve said before, whereas courts normally defer to government defendants, when government sues government, there’s no home-court advantage.

It’s on. Get the popcorn ready.
24   Bd6r   2023 Dec 2, 5:54pm  


I was told by older Texans that the first real highway in TX was built from Austin to La Grange. Austin has TX legislature but La Grange had Chickenranch - a brothel. Obviously legislators needed to get there quickly…
25   Patrick   2023 Dec 2, 6:16pm  


ChatGPT is nauseatingly politically correct, so it may have deliberately omitted that.

Do you know the ZZ Top song "La Grange"? It's excellent, about that brothel.
26   Bd6r   2023 Dec 2, 6:39pm  

Yeah, I know the song. The brothel was closed when some nitwit journalist Marvin Zinder put it on news. Local sheriff even beat the journalist up because due to brothel the county (Fayette) had nearly 100 pct of crimes solved as crooks went to prostitutes and talked and prostitutes informed the sheriff.
27   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2023 Dec 2, 8:19pm  

god damn so many fucking uniparty rinos in every red state. i hate both parties bigly at this point. too many establishment crooks.
28   mell   2023 Dec 2, 8:51pm  

We played la grange with the school band. I was on one of the guitars. Good fun. Great song
30   just_passing_through   2023 Dec 3, 10:29am  

Bd6r says

This is the original report about the Chickenranch:

3 years ago
This turds team kicked our door in when I was a child ,and he was still a detective .Someone thought my dad matched the old Wanted by the FBI on tv at night and took his license plate down . They knocked on the door and when my baby sister answered they burst in knocking her down. Marvin was the last in the door after all was clear but still had his pistole in hand like he was some sort of badass .A punk ,to the bone .

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