Posts by Aaron Harris

Does JPS Have a Plug-Pulling Problem?

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A medical director at Tarrant County’s John Peter Smith Hospital has allegedly been pulling the plug on patients she deems worthy of death, without family consent or an ethics panel decision, in violation of state law. Sources tell Direct Action Texas there are numerous patients who have fallen victim to this doctor’s plug-pulling habit in the past year.

State statute outlines a clear process for hospitals to follow for end of life decisions. There are three ways to legally terminate care.

  • Have the family (guardian) grant consent. This is the most difficult decision a family member can face.
  • In the absence of family consent, an ethics panel of medical professionals must make the decision. This is a 12-day process. The family must first be notified 48 hours prior to the panel convening. Then, if the panel decides to terminate care, the family must be given a 10-day notice before the decision is carried out.
  • A doctor can terminate care if they determine the patient to be medically “brain dead.” This is a slippery slope as the medical community does not have a clear consensus on the definition of brain dead. There are, however, several tests that can be used to make this diagnosis.

Sources have told Direct Action Texas that patient’s lives have been ended without family consent, a decision of the ethics panel, or any testing to determine the patient was brain dead or any indication of that assertion. This doctor is allegedly skipping all three steps and taking it upon herself to make the final decision to pull the plug. Read More

Election Integrity and the RPT Platform

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The Republican Party of Texas State Convention is upon us. This is the party’s opportunity to decide where they stand on issues across the board, including election integrity.

In the past few election cycles, our elections have been revealed to be far less secure than we would hope. From vote harvesting, to attempted voter fraud, to foreign nations admitting they’ve tried to interfere in our elections, threats are at an all-time high. Read More

Dallas Mail In Ballot Arrest – What Happened?

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Last year Dallas made tons of headlines and nightly news reports with voter fraud stories tied to their city council races. At one point Dallas elections claimed they were investigating over 1,200 ballots – in a city council race! Dallas District Attorney, Faith Johnson, came out and promised to prosecute these crimes aggressively.  The stories were great, with undercover audio recordings, leading to a man being arrested.

The man arrested is Miguel Hernandez, who allegedly forged ballots under the fake name of Jose Rodriguez. Dallas arrested him for having forged 766 ballots. Faith Johnson and Ken Paxton even held a press conference to tell us how serious Dallas was about the issue.

YET HERE WE ARE and year later and nothing has happened.

Faith Johnson put an assistant district attorney by the name of Andy Chatham in charge of the voter fraud cases. From the beginning Chatham has been hostile and non communicative to anyone involved or anyone offering help. If you attempted to get an update on the case…nothing.

At one point a different law enforcement agency offered to assist, pointing out that given the current DA race in Dallas, that office is conflicted in the case. Chatham stated it would be a cold day in hell before he allowed any other agency in to help.

That made me think – why is Chatham not acting? Why is Chatham hostile to help? I decided to do some digging. You see Chatham ran for judge as a democrat in 2014.

Immediately upon review of Chatham finance reports I find he hired none other than Terri Hodge as his consultant!! He paid her a hefty $2,500…now everyone knows Hodge’s only expertise is harvesting mail in ballots. Several other names on Chatham’s report pop out as known harvesters to DAT. It immediately became clear to me why the Dallas case, one of the most clean cut cases we’ve seen, has gone no where. Where is Faith on this issue? In just the last few days it appears the case was assigned away from Chatham…after more than a year.

Dallas voters should be asking Faith Johnson for accountability on this case. Why did she assign the case to a man clearly conflicted in this matter? Why has she let this case sit stagnant? What is she doing to ensure the integrity of our elections?

Lack of prosecution is why election fraud continues to occur. Where are you Faith?

Voter Fraud Is Not Real…Haven’t You Heard?

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How many times have you heard concerns of voter fraud be dismissed by politicians, media pundits, or the Democrat Party of Texas?

In 2012, the Donna ISD school board president hung himself after the FBI pressed for an indictment on grounds that he stole his election using fraud.[1]

In 2015, six people were convicted of felony voter fraud in Hildalgo County, Texas for harvesting mail in ballots fraudulently in several local elections.[2]

In the 2016 Republican primary in Hill County, Texas, election officials claimed 9,038 ballots were cast, yet only 7,171 voters actually voted in that election.[3] There were 1,800 votes counted with no voters to go with them, and on that very ballot three races were determined by less that 70 votes.

In 2017, Rosa Ortega (a legal resident) was convicted and sentenced to 8 years in Tarrant County, Texas after she illegally voted for 10 years, although she is not a citizen of the US.[4] The very same year, an Ellis County, Texas constable was removed from office and convicted for having stolen his election using fraud.[5]

In 2018, Tarrant County convicted a felon of illegal voting after she intentionally voted after having been told, in writing, she was not eligible to do so.[6] Just  last week, a judge ordered a new election in Kaufman County, Texas after it was shown in court that fraudulent ballots were improperly counted.[7] I could continue, the list is long – and these are just Texas.

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DAT Files Judicial Complaint Against Kimberly Fitzpatrick

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Today Direct Action Texas filed a complaint with the State Commission on Judicial Conduct against Kimberly Fitzpatrick. This is the body which oversees both judges as well as judicial candidates.

Judicial candidates and judges are to abide by Canons of judicial conduct. They can be found HERE. Canon 5(2) reads: “A judge or judicial candidate shall not authorize the public use of his or her name endorsing another candidate for any public office”. Fitzpatrick has endorsed a candidate in a congressional race (whom I support as well) appearing on the same ballot with her in the primary and again in the runoff election.  Let’s be clear, Ron Wright, as a congressional candidate, has not committed a violation and has no reason to know the law for judicial candidates, rather it is Fitzpatrick who cannot give out her endorsement to others. Fitzpatrick touts her 8 years as an attorney and her legal prowess yet doesn’t seem to understand basic judicial ethics Canons. Read More

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