Texas has a long tradition of political persecution prosecutions. We’re nationally known for them, as seen in the Wall Street Journal’s Editorial back in August. From Rick Perry to Tom Delay, and now Ken Paxton. Political prosecutions eventually lose, but their real goal is to ruin careers, and as to their success in that venture, the results are mixed.
What makes General Paxton’s case stand out is the degree to which the judges and prosecutors played an active role in abusing their power in the case – it has been a study in judicial activism. This author has filed not one, but three, judicial complaints against the actions of Judge Oldner, whose behavior in this case is beyond rational. You can read those here: complaint 1, 2, and 3.
In the Wall Street Journal piece in August, the editorial board makes reference to a document the board had seen which lays out how the case is nothing more than a political witch hunt. That document, AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE FIRST TIME HERE is a Motion to Dismiss which Judge Gallagher denied and blocked the public from seeing. This document leaves the reader with a complete understanding of exactly how and why this case is nothing more than a political inquisition. Read More
Earlier this week in Hill County, State District Court Judge Lee Harris ordered a public recount at the request of investigators from the Attorney General’s office. It took place this past Wednesday, November 9th, just a day after many Texans went to the polls to cast their ballot for President. The recount is part of an ongoing investigation into potential criminal activity during the March 2016 Primary Election in Hill County.
This coming Monday night, October 17th, for the first time publicly, I’ll be presenting what has been going on in Tarrant County relative to voter fraud.
The downtown crowd, like County Judge Glen Whitley, Mayor Price, and others, would have you believe all is well, there is nothing to see here — move along. Interestingly enough, they say this all the while never having seen, nor inquired about, the evidence. In typical fashion they are circling the wagons, but this time the evidence is just too overwhelming. The fact that they have shown no interest in understanding or fixing the problem should be problematic to all Tarrant County residents. Read More