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Republican Rep. Matt Shaheen says Police Murdered George Floyd
Further evidence has surfaced that State Representative Matt Shaheen [R-HD66] is a cringe left-wing sympathizer who exists solely to further the larger Democrat agenda through his self-serving actions.
After joining Black Lives Matter in endorsing Drew Springer, Shaheen came on our radar once again when posts started circulating among Republican grassroots activists about Shaheen’s announcement of his proposed “Karen Protection Act” where snitches would be granted new civil rights protections when they try and red flag non-whites and have their guns seized.
Not only are people not being sued in civil courts for calling the police on people who are imminently about to carry out mass shootings, but no mass shootings are happening because our first amendment right to assemble has been stripped from us through various forms of government coercion related to a cold virus.
“Calling the police in bad faith” civil suits in incidents related to suspected terrorists are not happening (as far as I’m aware) but civil suits are not the reason that Americans are afraid to say something about terrorists preparing to launch an attack in plain sight. The real reason is a problem that requires much bolder political leadership, and it’s much worse than a civil suit — the media will smear you and ruin your life.
Of course, Shaheen and 99% of our elected Republicans in Texas have no plans to combat this. We’re told it’s “freedom of the press” for billion dollar corporations, such as the conglomerate that keeps the Star-Telegram propped up, to target normal citizens with lies in an attempt to ruin their lives. Allen West intuitively understands we need to fight this. Shaheen and the other puppet Republicans are unwilling to take this on, and instead propose futile solutions that don’t address the root causes of such problems.
In fact, such a bill as Shaheen’s would only make the problem worse by tacitly admitting that people call the police because they are racist skin haters — an absurd leftist assertion.
It is a weird bill, for sure. But Shaheen, who identifies as “middle-eastern,” has been flaunting his “political traitor” status for some time now.
Back in April, everyone with the slightest bit of political acumen had caught on to the fact that the Coldvid-19 virus hysteria was a total hoax and was, at worst, only as lethal as the seasonal flu, Matt Shaheen is on record going along with the hoax every step of the way.
Politically speaking, going along with the hoax was the path of least resistance, so of course this is what he decided to do. Now, almost a year later, we are paying the price of his unwillingness to defend our most basic freedoms.
Shaheen is a member of the “Freedom Caucus,” which is itself a sick joke. We see in the interview he tries to play both sides of the hoax, as if it wasn’t apparent there was a massive power grab taking place.
He claimed we should open Texas back up. But did he mean it? Did he really even care?
I doubt it.
You know who did care and does care?
I don’t remember seeing Shaheen at any of these rallies. Maybe he went to some, I don’t know. He could have gone and kept it secret so as to try to appease both sides. That’s certainly possible. Whether he went secretly or not at all is ultimately unimportant.
Playing Both Sides
Matt Shaheen recently sat down with two Democrats to talk about issues related to race. The overall consensus of the struggle session was that we should just see each other as Americans and look past our differences. This premise was utterly insane coming from two candidates of the Democratic Party, a party which bases its entire strategy and source of power on creating racial and intersectional divisions, usually against white people and men.
Several times during the discussion, Shaheen says with emphasis that George Floyd was “murdered” by police. The context would imply he believes there was some kind of racial hatred motivating the action.
This is the same guy who has been telling voters he supports the insane “defend the police” agenda.
The whole meeting was silly, as he sat with race baiting Democrats pretending we can all just get along while their party incites racial hatred against the white majority based on conspiracy theories like “white privilege” and the invisible evil of “systemic racism.”
Keep in mind, Shaheen was racking up endorsements from police groups before the last election.
Dallas Police Association? Where have I seen them before?
Oh that’s right, they are the ones who had their offices vandalized by whacked out BLM supporters who also believe that George Floyd was murdered out of pure hatred of his skin.
Another interesting part of the race conversation was when the topic of struggling parents was brought up. Byron Bradford talks about how parents are often working 12, 14 hour days, and then even sometimes having to work a second job on top of that, leaving little time for them to invest in their children.
Of course this is actually true and a major problem in our society, unlike racist white supremacists running ethnic mafias to oppress people based on a dislike of their skin tone.
One of the main causes of this problem is the unprecedented levels of immigration into our country where we have foreigners competing with Americans for both skilled and unskilled jobs. A simple understanding of supply and demand tells us that this increase in supply drives down demand, which drives down wages. Matt Shaheen enthusiastically supports this economic model of driving down the wages of Americans because it increases total economic numbers.
This is true. However, Matt seems unable to confront these two conflicting views he holds and come out against more immigration. Presumably, he is afraid the media will try and ruin his life and he’ll lose his precious $7,200 a year gig as state rep.
He told a local man in an interview with a group called “iasia news,” which appears to be a news page catered to a specific group based on ethnicity, talks about his support of this “immigration for the sake of immigration” platform.
”…people need to realize… we really need that immigrant growth in Texas to continue our economic momentum, to continue our economic growth.”
Economic growth at what cost, Matt? I suppose you’re not allowed to ask. We’ll just keep wondering about the mystery of why both parents have to work 14 hour days to pay the bills in America today when that has never been the case in history.
So what exactly is going on here? Is this a Freedom Caucus guy, or a Hoaxer politician?