Are you still enjoying living under Virus Tyranny? I’ve said it before — please believe me — It’s not going away on it’s own. In fact, this is only just beginning unless you seriously “encourage” all the people going along with this to wake up from their delusion.
A hot topic amongst serious Republican activists is dealing with this virus regime and limiting its power.
Dustin Burrows [R-HD83] filed HB3. He calls it theTexas Pandemic Response Act.
So you see this bill, you read the short description, you know Burrows is a Republican, you know that it’s a top priority of the Republican Party of Texas as well as Brilliant Leader Allen West to curb emergency powers of the governor and local officials, so you feel pretty good about seeing it at the very top of the list.
But when your read it, you see it’s a total Screw Job, just another product of the ongoing Screw Job Session 2021.
What this bill does is essentially codify all the insane bullshit that’s been hurled on us by the government over the past year in the name of “keeping us safe” from getting a cough.
Nowhere does it set forth any criteria for what is considered a “pandemic.” In fact, there doesn’t even have to be a pandemic to go under pandemic law. The proposed law is governed only by whatever the governor feels like. Virtually identical to the situation now.
In the bill, there is a lot relating to how to deal with all the people whose lives are being destroyed by this virus hysteria hoax. Issues like unemployment, etc. Obviously, they could just treat it like the flu and avoid all that, but they simply refuse to do that.
Really the most egregious part of the entire thing is the “King Abbott Clause.”
This has been a lot of people’s issue with this situation, Abbott is making all these decisions based on secret formulas and secret conversations with (doctors? we have no idea) while he delegates this supreme authority to run Texan’s lives willy-nilly.
So when you read the bill and you see this
You think, ok, that’s good. Thanks for clarifying.
But then very soon after you see this
This bill gives the governor the authority to unilaterally pass laws, and in truly Orwellian fashion they claim it’s not a law, but that it acts just like one.
This level of trickery makes me wonder what is wrong with these people. This is clearly just some technicality where he can have it both ways.
The level of dishonesty here, it’s hard to grasp. But we can understand a bit about what’s going on here, I believe, by looking at Dustin.
To illustrate what I’m talking about, we have to go back to 6 weeks ago when the rules for the House were being debated.
One of the best amendments proposed during the house rules debate was Justin Holland’s amendment that would have required Texas State Representatives to dress like professionals on the House floor.
While we have previously ripped Representative Holland for opposing our ‘Make America Texas’ independence agenda, you cannot question the absolute fact that the man is stylish as heck.
The man is just killing it every time I see him. His style cannot be contained. His amendment to ban wearing jeans on the house floor ultimately failed, with Chinese communist Gene Wu leading in opposition. One can’t help but wonder if Wu wanted to keep the “jeans rule” because all the jeans in America are made in China. Really makes you think.
Nevertheless, in regards to Justin Holland, you can’t help but respect a man flexing this level of dapper.
On the other end of the spectrum we have Representative Dustin Burrows who looks like an alcoholic college dropout, AT BEST.
This picture is actually 7 months old.
His look in 2020 went from “college frat bro who is just here to have a good time” to “wheels off vagrant who drank mouth wash and cough medicine for breakfast.”
He managed to put on a suit for a recent trip to the Capitol.
Not sure if Holland’s amendment to would prohibited having your breasts hanging out on the House floor, but the amendment failed so here we are.
This appears to be some kind of power move on Burrow’s part. You can look at his Twitter timeline, it’s literally just a circle jerk of establishment cronies and insiders retweeting and praising each other for their brilliance. This sets the stage to understanding the “disheveled hipster state representative” mindset.
Mao Zedong was the ultimate embodiment of this mindset. You can probably imagine, being able to snap your fingers and have your goons murder a million people can lead a man towards some serious power tripping tendencies. These manifest themselves in various ways, but usually some kind of humiliation to your perceived lessers is a common theme.
Mao was a tyrant who basically behaved like a petulant teenager given ultimate power. He would walk through villages and just pick young girls he wanted to sleep with. But that’s not the strange part.
The strange part was that he refused to ever bathe or brush his teeth. So he would force himself onto hundreds of young girls while he stunk like a pile of rotting garbage. This kind of power tripping is all about rubbing it in your face as an act of humiliation.
This is symbolic of how confident these swamp lords are — They can go from this one year
This bit where Dustin Burrows is being a legislator while looking like a homeless dope addict is a part of, I believe, this aspect of humiliating you. It’s an act of dominance, like Mao not showering for years and then having his way with women.
I think it’s possible that Burrows was chosen by the small circle of top cronies to be the one to push this bill because most of his district is rural. He can tell them about his great victory while his voters don’t have to experience the reality of the Virus Regime. This is just speculation, obviously.
Everyone wanted these powers curtailed. He couldn’t do the right thing. He figures nobody is looking and he can humiliate Republicans voters by doing the exact opposite.
West Texas deserves better.