Jeff Cason (Patriot) Slips a Win into Screw Job Session 2021
A remarkable event was witnessed in the Texas House this week — a Non-screw Job Event (NSJE) took place
Freshman Patriot Jeff Cason [R-HD92] was able secure the right to record public meetings as an attached amendment to another bill.
When Republicans come into the Texas House honorably, they are awarded the benefit of the doubt.
Jeff has shown himself to be serious about being a representative of the people, as opposed to being a con man.
During the session, Jeff has taken some tough votes and gone against the hordes of political traitors, famously rejecting Dade Phelan as the secretly-anointed Speaker of the House.
I assume the freedom to exercise the First Amendment in the right to record wasn’t already legal. Texas is a one-party consent State to record, but that didn’t stop Amy Hedtke from being arrested a few years ago for the crime of recording a House committee hearing where traitors were gathered.
Amy Hedtke definitely deserves to be arrested, but not for recording these creep politicians in their stupid meetings. That much I can tell you.
Ever notice how often the official recording of these meetings is mysteriously unavailable due to “technical difficulties?”
Many such cases.