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51 percent of Texas women voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. This means that if you were to bet on how a random individual Texas woman voted in the last presidential election your wisest dollar would be on creepy uncle Joe. That’s right, the average woman in Texas is entirely comfortable casting a ballot for the party/candidate of sexual depravity and baby murder. The only bulwark against Texas becoming California is the men in the state, men who voted for Donald Trump at a rate of 57%.
However, sex isn’t the only data we have when assessing someone’s likelihood to vote for democrats. Additional factors like education level, income, and more reveal a complex web of data useful in examining the electorate. In fact, if you look at someone’s marital status on a nationwide level monogamy respecters lean heavily Republican.
This should be terrifying information for anyone who also knows that the rate of marriage in Texas has dropped through the floor over the past few decades.
Why is this the case? Why are single people so eager to vote for democrats?
There are lots of theories that attempt to answer the Single Question, but ultimately, it comes down to the fact that singles are selfish and have no vested interest in the long-term success of the state. As long as they can have all the entertainment, weed, casual hookups, and abortions that they want they’re willing to leave the next generation to flounder about in the wake of their decadence.
Seemingly every avenue of trimming the fat off the electorate to produce better results has been outlawed. All innate traits are protected by law; restricting voting based upon immutable characteristics is impossible to achieve.
However, choosing to die alone and take the state down with you is not an immutable characteristic, and I’m not convinced there’s any value in allowing these people the right to participate democratically in Texas. To address the problem of the unmarried hoard I suggest Texas restricts voting eligibility to only those who have been married for a minimum of 5 years. Unmarried Texas citizens will also not be permitted to hold any elected public office.
Obviously, exceptions would be made for widowers (not widows) we aren’t a fascist state or anything.
A policy like this would restrict divorced and bitter women like Sarah Eckhardt
from holding Texas senatorial offices in our state.