Texas Supreme Court Declares We Are Under Virus Law (Officially)
All the laws we had prior to February 2020 have been declared null and void because there’s a virus that kills 80 year olds in nursing homes.
With only one member of the court dissenting, the Supreme Court of Texas rejected an attempt by Republicans to stop Democrat-implemented drive-thru voting in Texas’ most populous county.
A motion for a stay on the implementation of curbside voting by Democrat Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins was filed in the Texas Supreme Court by Steve Hotze, the Harris County Republican Party, and others. That motion complemented another lawsuit from the Republican Party of Texas that was originally dismissed by Houston’s 14th Court of Appeals, with the explanation—in part—that voting is already underway.
These judges have no shame about using the most absurd logic imaginable to justify whatever they personally want to see happen. Imagine a scenario where you are doing something illegal, you were caught doing it, but a judge declared you could not be stopped from doing the illegal act, nor could you be prosecuted, with their reasoning “because you had already commenced” in doing the illegal thing.
The entire court is filled with Republicans, by the way. But at least one of these traitors had the moral courage to point out the obvious.
Only Justice John Devine filed a dissenting opinion, with Justices Eva Guzman and Jeff Boyd listed as “not participating” in the ruling on the Texas GOP’s case.
“It is hard to see how creating a drive-thru voting process is not simply a way to side-step the Legislature’s narrow allowance of curbside voting,” Devine wrote in his dissent. “The Legislature has already spoken on when a person may vote in a vehicle. In fact, the Legislature chose not to expand the groups of persons eligible to vote curbside.”
This “drive-thru” voting is something that was created out of thin air. For decades, Democrats have been using every possible tactic to get the weirdest, least informed, most suggestible, dumbest people they possibly can find to go to the polls because they know that’s who is most likely to vote for leftist political ideas. They know if someone is uncomfortable to be around due to over-socialization and extreme anxiety, that person will pull the lever for Democrats 3 out of 4 times.
If it was legal to make voting a similar experience to ordering McDonalds through the drive through, it would have already been done.
It’s so unserious, the entire court should be dissolved.
…oh, what’s that? There’s no law that says you can dissolve the court? Ha, jokes on you because we don’t have laws anymore.
What is the point of an election judge if they are just doing voting like a drive-thru line at chick-fil-a?
As I explained a few months ago, an “emergency declaration” or “state of emergency” is another way of saying martial law. The old laws are gone, you have no more rights, and we are governed by decree. You can still go to every grocery store every single day, but do you think you have a right to a speedy trial right now? Of course not, you have no more rights.
“Oh, there’s a virus? What?! The median age of death is 80??? Well, shit, I guess can’t have rights or the rule of law anymore!”
— Literally every other person you talk to
You need to remember all these virus-related stories for 2022 and remember how the people who are supposed to represent you in the Texas government never said anything about any of this. Not only do they not have a plan to deal with any of it, they don’t even talk about it happening.
We find ourselves in quite a pickle here, but whatever.
With God on our side and Allen West deflecting accusations racism against us, nothing can stop us from taking back Texas from these monsters.