March 1st was supposed to be a victory for Texan grassroots conservatives. In light of the Texas Legislature’s and Abbott’s repeated failures, like failing in border security, refusing to end child gender mutilation, allowing anti-white hate/CRT to rampage through public schools, and leading America in Chapter eleven business bankruptcies, conservatives saw a light at the end of the tunnel.
That light turned out to be a freight train on election night, when grassroots candidates were crushed with Gov. Abbott, Patrick, and others winning outright, and George “P(urge the Alamo)” Bush getting a runoff against Ken Paxton.
Even Brooks “Simp Lord” Landgraf won.
Grassroots candidates who did win, such as Jeff Younger, Mike Olcott, and David Lowe have been forced into a runoff with establishment candidates. The lone sane candidates that won outright were Kevin Sparks who replaced Sen. Kel “Zuck is Daddy” Seliger, and former Collin County Judge Keith Self, but only because Van “rimjob” Taylor dropped out under pressure from people like you.
Confirmed by an anonymous source, votes in the Andy Hopper vs. Lynn “Cucky” Stucky race from two precincts came in late, and provisional as well as mail in ballots are being counted with official results not expected until the next couple days. That race is a tense one, with Hopper’s dog getting shot allegedly because he dared take a political stand (ironic considering Stucky is a veterinarian). Hopefully, Hopper wins and Stucky doesn’t get surprise ballots at 4am.
As a result of this electoral wipeout, many ask how there was a landslide victory for candidates and officials who didn’t even pretend to be decent. After talking to those in the trenches with grassroots candidates, as well as some sleuthing, we found three main factors for these events.
1.“Splitting The Vote” Nimrods
A complaint from those working on the West and Huffines campaigns we talked to was that many – to be polite – uninformed voters whined non-Abbott candidates were somehow splitting the vote against Beto. In other words, people who’ve apparently voted in primaries for decades don’t know what a primary election is, and think Beto, despite being a Democrat, will be featured on the Republican primary ballot.
Keep in mind, Texas is not a “jungle primary” state like California or Louisiana, so Democrats and Republicans hold their own primaries rather than having one multiparty primary.
You’d think these analphabetics just moved from California, but sadly many are self-proclaimed “native Texans.” Another observation is that most are baby boomers, who you think would know better. One takeaway is there’s a reason our Founders ensured not everyone was allowed to vote.
2. Open Primaries
Another possible reason for GOP lemon party victories was Democrat auxiliaries helping bulwark against an inevitable Texas First wave. While any competent party would demand measures to secure their elections from outside interference, our leaders have neglected to so they can obtain and keep power notwithstanding their constituents needs.
A past example was Chuck E. Cheese rat doppelganger Drew Springer proudly aligning with BLM communists in defeating actual conservative Shelly Luther.
As you see, aligning with subversives has allowed closet traitors to keep their jobs in Austin. With “Get Out the Vote” efforts renewed the last election, it likely occurred again this election, and won’t end until Texas joins states like Florida and adopts Closed Primaries.
3. Possible Election Screwjobs
Speaking of Democrats, how do we know GOP primaries are secure?
We as Republicans assume our elections are safe from shenanigans because we aren’t the Donkey Party, and in fairness the Brandon Party is more brazen as evidenced in the great ballot-stuffing extravaganza of 2020. But if establishment Republicans greenlight livelihood-destroying lockdowns, illegal alien invasions, and mutilating kid’s genitals, what makes you think they won’t commit fraud? These are the same cretins who lowered its penalties from a felony to a misdemeanor.
For instance, numerous polls and much data from both the Allen West and Don Huffines campaigns showed the Governor’s race was entering a runoff. While Texans prepared to celebrate, their hopes were dashed when Abbott was declared triumphant with an alleged 66.4% of the vote.
It seems even more bizarre when according to “official” results, Abbott somehow got 60-70% of the vote in every region, in almost all 254 Texas counties (with the exception of a minute handful), and never got below 50% in any except Ochiltree county. Abbott apparently accomplished this despite wildly varying demographics, regional interests, and voting histories.
Another interesting detail is inherently contradictory voting results. For instance in Smith county, the political epicenter of Grassroots America – We the People, Louie Gohmert (despite his badly ran campaign) was avowedly anti-establishment and routinely bashed Abbott. On election night, he won 62.4% percent of the vote there.
Despite aforementioned factors and Gohmert being at the opposite end of the GOP spectrum, Abbott somehow won Smith county with a 66.5% majority, even with almost no campaigning.
In fact, that percentage is only 0.2 points less than what Abbott got in the swampy cesspool called Travis county, despite being different in practically every way.
And that’s just for one of numerous contested elections. There’s no coherent, logical explanation for these happenings that don’t involve torching the laws of common sense and Political Science.
We won’t expound further on this, considering there’s no “solid evidence” (logic is anathema to self-proclaimed “experts”) and we’d probably be called domestic terrorists or something.
Anyhow, there’s a critical takeaway from aforesaid observations: vigilance is always necessary. Never assume magic suits in Austin will abstain from degenerate and corrupt behavior because they have a worthless “R” by their name. Besides, low-info voters thinking West, Huffines, and Prather “split the vote” would’ve voted for Satan were he a Republican incumbent.
Something anyone with decent speaking abilities could do is redpill those closest to them. Form community activist groups that can muster a crowd, engage the masses, and inform the populace. Have no fear of the establishment, after all “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9