Alex Stein Removed From Court for Asking About Clay Jenkins’ Panty Raids
In college, Jenkins would steal women's underwear.
Via D Magazine:
In college at Baylor, Jenkins continued to distinguish himself dubiously. He was arrested twice, once for reckless driving after he led Baylor security and Waco police on a car chase he’d planned and a second time for criminal trespassing in a women’s dorm during a panty raid. Strangely enough, he was never arrested for his role as the famous Baylor Pie Man, a hit man for a student-organized ring that offered to throw pies in people’s faces—professors, ex-boyfriends—for a fee.
You can watch video of Stein’s removal by police here:
In the video, John Wiley Price has a mental breakdown, stating multiple times that citizens are banned from “attacking” and “admonishing” members of the court. He then has police physically remove Stein from court.
We’re not legal experts, but it seems like a violation of free speech to ban citizens from “admonishing members of the court.” Furthermore, Stein wasn’t “admonishing” Jenkins, he was simply quoting a D Magazine article.
Gross violations of free speech are becoming more and more common every day. As citizens, we must work to elect officials who will stand up for our rights. Which is why we’re happy to support Alexandria Stein in her run for Vice Chair of the Republican Party of Texas.
Stein will be running to replace the spot left by Cat Parks, alleged furry and extreme moderate, for vice-chair of the Republican Party of Texas.
Give em’ hell Alexandria.
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