What Texas (And America) Must Learn From Florida
Florida Man isn't as crazy as people think
Yes, the current nationwide dumpster fire has some bright spots. Two years into the Brandon regime, with inflation soaring, the border flooded by third-world hordes, children mentally sodomized in schools, and families forced to choose between food and gas, conservatives thought a red wave was inevitable.
The “wave” was unfortunately a tinkle. While rightly red states like Arizona are still being counted DAYS later (something formerly quite rare), states like Pennsylvania were outright stolen. Somehow, the notable Dr. Oz lost to the crackbaby of Lenin and Sloth from Goonies. Another embarrassing fact is extremely populous third-world nations like Brazil and India (with 1.3 billion people I might add) count their votes faster than the “most safe and secure” nation on Earth.
How does no one believe it was rigged? Apparently, Democrats “won” despite being wildly unpopular, even taking over the Michigan Legislature for the first time since 1984.
Most horrifically, how did a dark red state like Montana decide to keep baby murder legal, despite social conservatives having a stranglehold on the state?
Yes, our oligarchs expect us to believe Democrats won around the nation legitimately, despite being America’s most hated political party; this is nothing short of gaslighting. There is no convincing sane people that taking eons to count ballots almost always taking one night is normal, and most people back DC’s senile usurper. Overall, millions of Americans awoke to this reality.
While the worst of it fortunately passed over Texas, with Abbott beating Beto by eleven points (two points lower than his last win in 2018), we sadly had our own electoral chicanery. After a series of previously covered snafus, polling stations in Houston stayed open longer than planned due to incompetence in opening them, with media outlets dodging questions regarding reasons for delays.
After taking two days to count ballots, which is purely incompetent, disgraced County Judge Lina Hidalgo somehow beat the Republican Alex Mealer.
There was one state seeing a full-throttle red wave however: Florida. Florida did not only release results in a timely manner, but Desantis and other Republicans crushed Leftists in landslides, even flipping once deep blue Miami red.
This is not like Cicada 3301; the reasons for Desantis’s victory are obvious: be popular with your base, enforce your voting laws, and use state power for the people’s benefit.
Let’s compare and contrast how GOP “leaders” in Texas and the rest of the country dealt with these matters, and how Florida did.
Acknowledge Your Base
This requires little explanation. Unlike Abbott who ignored the grassroots, Desantis embraced them, opening Florida while Texas suffocated under flu lockdowns. During his tenure, Desantis passed actual vaccine mandate bans, helped protect children from weirdos, and dumped illegal aliens in Democrat donor’s backyards.
Many GOP leaders, including Abbott, either rejected these policies, or did cheap knockoffs of them. Abbott never gave Texans their freedom back until his steamrolling at CPAC.
Strategizing, And Actually Fixing Election Issues
After the Broward county fiasco, when Democrat ballots magically appeared near midnight (sound familiar?), and he almost lost to gay ghetto meth-head Andrew Gillum, Desantis got to work ensuring the voting process was secure. Among these changes was passing laws banning turning in more than two mail-in ballots not from a close relative, strengthening the Office of Election Crimes and Security, and limiting drop boxes, inciting much “muh racism” (whatever that means anymore) whining. Desantis even had police tasked specifically with election work investigate alleged fraudsters.
What did influencers, thought leaders, and self-proclaimed experts in many other states do on the other hand? They either ignored the issue until it was too late (such as Michigan), or like Texas they lower the penalty for ballot stuffing to a minor misdemeanor. In other states, traitors were even more brazen in purging patriots.
And then there’s… whatever this is (we hear it was supposed to create a red wave).
Using State Power
Unlike certain losers not worth naming, Desantis wholeheartedly used state power to save Floridians. Whether banning child gender mutilation via Medical Boards, or crushing school boards imposing mask mandates, he never hesitated to defend his state’s wellbeing using all methods necessary.
Even during election season he was uncowed, arresting at least twenty people accused of ballot stuffing and related offenses. When Biden’s DOJ tried to “monitor” polling spots around America, Desantis put his foot down, using administrative power to halt Biden and Garland’s interference.
What did Abbott do instead? Nothing except let them in.
Optimally, Texas could secede, finally letting Texas carve its own path free of Leftist subversion. To avoid ending up with the same insanity we will secede from, Texas must implement stricter procedures and use administrative power to halt underminers by any means necessary.
Texas, being the “star that illuminates the other forty-nine” should go farther, making voting inaccessible to analphabetics wanting to decide other’s lives. If you are too dumb to know your gender, you are too dumb to vote. This may be controversial, but hot Cheeto girl should not be allowed a say in our future. Furthermore, unconditional universal suffrage was the worst mistake America ever made (tied with creating the Federal Reserve).
Florida already provides us with a good model to start from, and in finally breaking off far-Left tyranny only sustainable via ballot stuffing, is absolutely needed for the prosperity of a newly independent Texas. Who knows, maybe others will follow our example, and we can “get the band back together again.”
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