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Democrat Caught Bankrolling Abbott, Surprising No One
Imagine our shock
In the latest act of cringe, it appears Abbott the Boneless has at least one Democrat donating to his campaign. According to a Texas Ethics Commission (TEC) report, Carlos Zaffirini, the husband of Senator Judith Zaffirini (D-Laredo) was caught donating $50,000 to “Texans for Greg Abbott.”
Considering his wife’s close ties in Texas politics, anyone with half-functioning critical thinking can conclude Sen. Zaffirini was likely funneling money via her husband.
For those wondering why a Democrat would funnel thousands of dollars to a self-proclaimed “Republican,” the explanation is two-fold.
Firstly, Texas is technically still a red state, and Democrats (until recently) are used to never winning statewide offices, resulting in large numbers of Democrats voting in Republican primaries (explains a lot); Texas sadly has open primaries.
Secondly, Democrats like the idea of having a weak Republican leader, especially going into the 2022 midterms. If Abbott wins the coming GOP primary, it’s a win-win for the Left. The GOP base is less likely to turn out for traitors like Abbott who do nothing but screw them, so a Democrat is more likely to win (especially with legalized ballot stuffing via mail-in). However, if he does survive the 2022 midterms, Abbott will go back to business as usual: placating the Left, leaving the border open, allowing child genital mutilation, and generally carrying on with screw jobs.
Want to counteract Democrat influence on GOP primaries? Well for one thing, you should consider actually showing up to vote in your GOP primaries; turnout for primary elections is disturbingly low, so if massive numbers of Texas patriots show up, we can ensure Democrat votes are diluted, and the voices of true Texans are heard.
For the GOP governor primary, Current Revolt officially endorses ABA: Anyone But Abbott. A list of governor candidates who aren’t Abbott includes Allen West, Don Huffines, Chad Prather, and a hobo I found under an Austin overpass; all are acceptable choices as opposed to Abbott.