OK, Felony Frazier is Bad, But Have You Seen His Opponent?
Prepare to be exhausted.
Felony Fred Frazier is the Republican nominee for Texas House - District 61, a district that moved across the DFW metroplex after redistricting.
As we previously reported, Felony Frazier has been in the news lately in which many people were saying that Frazier sucks, is a RINO gun-grabber, and a no-good scoundrel.
A quick glance at his campaign finance report and many people are saying that this reeks of yet another “many such cases” of a bought-and-paid-for shill politician, who is owned before he even sets foot in the Capitol.
Follow state politics for any amount of time and you pretty much know what you’re getting here when you look at a report like that.
He’s got the endorsement of all the unwitting Great Reset’rs like Jeff Leach, Greg Abbott, and by far the worst of all, Drew Springer.
Well, it’s come out Frazier was indicted for allegedly dressing up like some sort of police/code compliance officer in order to take down his opponent’s campaign signs under the guise of code violations.
It’s literally the most petty thing you can even imagine, and this is who the entire Texas Republican establishment lined up behind.
However, one thing I can tell you for certain, nobody ever indicted Frederick Frazier as being a man who can’t dress well.
He’s literally the best dressed man in Texas behind Justin Holland.
Don’t focus on the fact that he’s wearing the same Vinyard Vines tie in every picture.
Again, let’s not focus on that, and please don’t scroll up and look again.
Instead, focus on his former Republican primary opponent — who has got to be feeling pretty vindicated right now.
Ok so, maybe Frazier is terrible, and the voters just made another bad decision by not being able to parse through the Murphy Nasica propaganda?
Yeah, that’s basically 99% of contested races in Texas.
I go to look at Frazier’s former opponent’s campaign stuff, Dr. Paul Chabot, and I see the Republican had a border plan involving building toll booths on the border to pay for the border wall.
This is some big-brained stuff right here.
Ladies and gentleman of the gender binary, are we really this far gone?
The country is being invaded, there’s not 1 dead tractor trailer full of illegals, there are hundreds of these happening, very frequently.
Please allow the Texas Newspaper of Record to give you, our beloved readers, one weird trick to secure the border and shut down the cartels.
The Texas Constitution, Article III, Section 49–j
In what instances can the government of Texas go into debt?
You’ll notice this very neat trick has no guidelines, no strings, and no limits attached.
You can just point and say “INVASION” and then you make the money printer go burrrrr.
I don’t understand why we think have to resort to scams in order to secure our homeland from invasion.
Time for these politicians to decide. Do you see any politicians claiming the border is an “invasion?” If so, let us know at email@example.com we would love to ask them if they support securing the border no matter the cost.
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