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Phelan Signs Warrant (Death?) for Insurrectionist Democrats
After having their rebellious country invaded by Abraham Lincoln for doing too much slavery, those rascally Texas Democrats have really bit off more than they can chew with literally dozens of unexcused absences from the Texas Legislature.
The highly respected Shelby Slawson announced on Facebook Tuesday night that Dade Phelan was signing pieces of paper that were going to lead to the arrest and prosecution of 52 Democrats on charges of being the real racists. A crime for which social justice demands death.
The last House members who found themselves on the wrong side of a piece of paper was when Keith Bell and Tan Parker found out they were on Dennis Bonnen and Dustin Burrows’ hit list.
Nothing happened to them of course, because Burrows and Phelan are only competent at being corrupt, being passive aggressive, and behaving like teenage girls towards other men.
Nothing will happen to the Democrats for whatever they just did, which I can only describe as “winning.”
I have tried to explain this every possible way I know how. The damage that these Republicans are doing is worse than words can describe.
We find ourselves in the most serious situation imaginable, with the government cracking down on citizen’s most basic rights while our country is being invaded by a million random people per month. The people we have given power to represent our interests, and to protect our rights and keep us safe, are incapable of figuring out what is going on. Whether apathy, incompetence, or extreme malice, it doesn’t really matter.
Democrats, on the other hand, mean business.
Look at this judge’s face who just literally said “follow the science” as a legal opinion.
This situation is only possible because the men leading the Republican Party in the Texas Legislature and Governor’s office are cowards and phonies.
Why don’t you issue a statement, Jeff Leach, and tell us how you “feel?” Tell us how outrageous this is, Justin Holland. Or say nothing at all, as per usual, Giovanni Capriglione.