Jeff Leach has been doing the typical democracy bit where politicians grandstand about something that happened.
While this is standard practice in the current year, Jeff went a little overboard today.
To be clear: There will be hell to pay for energy companies or providers who take advantage of or overbill Texans after this crisis. I don’t care if it is permissible or legal. Every company should think long and hard before you send those energy bills to Texans. #txlege
— Jeff Leach (@leachfortexas) February 19, 2021
This is extremely bizarre. Is he saying he is going to personally send the employees of these energy companies to hell if they charge too much?
Is he saying he doesn’t care if it’s legal or not to send them to hell? Because it’s certainly not legal to “overbill” because these plans are under contract. So this must mean his personal response won’t be legal?
I don’t know. Real weird though.
If I made a similar statement that Jeff had “hell to pay” and I “didn’t care if it was legal” would he think it was just a cute little game?
I doubt it.
Jeff, old Buddy old pal, listen up — America is over, and Texas is on the ropes in a choke hold about to tap out. You have no clue what’s going on or, how much trouble we are in, or the magnitude of the situation in the world generally.
You need to resign.
You’re projecting onto everyone that everyone else needs to resign, yet you have no clue what’s happening on any issue outside the minutia of LegSess reports or whatever gossip Scott Braddock’s crew is promoting.
Great. But the first few pages of the report better be copies of resignation letters or the report will be incomplete. https://t.co/TefHbUP1Ey
— Jeff Leach (@leachfortexas) February 18, 2021
Jeff, dude, you ran your reelection campaign on being the candidate who likes dogs. This is who you are, Jeff. It’s so embarrassing. Imagine the founding fathers seeing your dog mailer, Jeff. Imagine the people who sacrificed everything to build America from scratch seeing you running on a platform of “I’m a dog dad.” What would they say, Jeff?
If it wasn’t enough to have gone along with destroying the Texas economy under a kooky “hide from the virus” scam, you also have been complicit in taking away everyone’s rights. It’s now accepted in our culture that Texas is ruled by decree and random bureaucrats can snap their fingers and shut down entire regions. This is your legacy of fighting for freedom, Jeff.
Having someone so clueless and so obviously on his heels about an issue like the power grid, something more informed patriots were warning about, should put a nice bow on your decision to step away from government and go back to whatever fake job it is you do.