Screw Job Session 2021 Underway — Patriot Reps Put on Notice by Traitors
We warned our Texas readers that the screw job is coming in this legislative session in Austin, and that your Texas government is going to try and hide as much as possible about what they are doing. The reason for this is they plan to do very bad things.
Before last week, the rationale for being secretive and cutting citizens out of the process was “there’s a virus, so we can make up any new rules we want and you have no say.”
Now, government entities across the country have declared Trump supporting Republicans to be terrorists due to the epic dance party that was held at the US Capitol on January 6th where someone sat in Nancy Pelosi’s chair.
Back in December, we heard trial balloons being floated by senior members of the Texas Legislature about restricting as many people they could from access to the Capitol during session. Again, under the guise of, “there’s a virus that makes some people sick and other people not sick at all.”
Then it was announced that individual members of the legislature were requiring reservations and/or some kind of body fluid test to “prove” you didn’t have a virus that makes people lose their sense of smell and taste for a few days. I would say it’s unclear how this is even legal, but all of our laws have been abolished for about a year now, as we are now under Permanent Virus Law and rule by decree.
Then, on the first day of session, it was announced, just hours before the doors opened, that all visitors would have to have their bodily fluids inspected and analyzed by a private company before being allowed to enter the Capitol. The private company will then tell the citizen if they are allowed to enter their State Capitol after a 15 minute wait time.
The accuracy of these tests is a total mystery. The legality of this not even being considered by your elected officials because nursing home patients dying is the most important issue in the entire universe now.
All these things are side issues compared to what’s going to be happening within the chambers over the next few months. This is the time when the big screw jobs happen.
There are many tricks that evolve over time within governmental bodies to hide or avoid accountability. Take this commentary on a little change that was made in the Senate. As Tony McDonald explains, the entire Senate has been fake for a long time.
You see this tactic more often at the federal level. The idea is to hide the real vote from the public, and give lawmakers the cover to cast meaningless votes in opposition so they can lie to their voters that they were against something the voters don’t like, when in reality they did vote to allow it to happen.
Frankly, there are so many tricks that it’s a lifelong learning process to understand the specifics of the screw job, but more than anything it’s a gut instinct.
On Tuesday the vote was held to elect a new Speaker. The weasel and political traitor Dade Phelan was elected by a vote of 143-2.
Phelan, being the most pro-homosexual Republican in the legislature according to left wing groups that advocate for more homosexuality in the public space, received 100% of the Democrat vote. Imagine my shock.
There were two brave patriots who said NO. Freshman members Bryan Slaton and Jeff Cason.
I don’t know much about Slaton, but Jeff Cason is a crazy sonovabitch. He’s not interested in being a part of these scams that Republicans try and pull on their voters.
I would guess that about 80% of the time and energy from our current elected Republicans is dedicated to trying to trick Republican voters with various scams.
Today is Thursday, and we are official on Screw Job Watch.
You see, the ultimate aims of these lawmakers is to hide what they are doing and avoid accountability. That is why they are peeing themselves with excitement over the virus hysteria. Now is their chance to go for broke.
Unfortunately for them, they found out yesterday there are 2 house members who aren’t on board with the Screw Job Agenda. So how did they decide to deal with this obstacle of principled patriots?
A proposed rule change will increase the threshold in votes needed to force a roll call vote on a proposed measure. Previously, all it took was 1 person to force lawmakers to go on the record as to where they stand.
Now, magically, they have decided that 3 is a better number.
This is often how screw jobs are passed, by a “unanimous consent” motion. This way, lawmakers can accurately tell their voters they didn’t vote for X thing that passed that’s horrible.
It’s a sick joke, but this is who we are electing, folks.
This rule change is supposed to be voted on today, which at time of writing is Thursday.
They’re also going to be voting on banning citizens from recording meetings.
It should be obvious where they are planning on taking us this session.
We should be passing laws and creating an environment that is not just antithetical to leftism, but proactively discriminates against it. Leftists in states outside Texas should shudder at the idea of living in Texas, and should see the idea of living here as unbearable to their corporate-created moral system.
As of now, we’re just getting more screw jobs and trickery.