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Jeff Younger PAC Attack
Local Austin Veteran's Group Sends Mailers to DFW
Last week a flyer from the Texas Conservative Veterans PAC hit the mailboxes of DFW residents just ahead of the May 24th election for House District 63.
Nathan Kaspar, the founder and main figure behind Texas Conservative Veterans PAC, when asked for comment characterized Jeff as having perpetrated stolen valor. His view is that Jeff’s short term of service is the same as not having served in his mind. As you can see, the attacks on the flyer mention details of Jeff’s divorce from the woman who is actively attempting to castrate his son and shies away from directly stating it.
Younger, when reached for comment, said “I was honorably discharged from the US Army in 1984. My last post was Headquarters United States Army Airborne School. Prior to that, I served in the USMC. In both cases, I was an infantryman.” Younger also provided us a copy of his DD-214
Mr. Kaspar initially said TCV PAC does not have a stance on child transitions, but corrected himself a moment later saying that it “agrees what his former spouse has done to James is deplorable.” He did say that TCV PAC does support the adult right to transition as long as they are “consenting, mentally healthy adults”. One wonders which mentally healthy person wants to castrate and hormonally sterilize themselves.
Texas Conservative Veterans PAC was started in January of this year. It has received a single donation of $15,000 from Texans For Responsible Government PAC. According to Kaspar, the PAC has sent over 80k mailers since January.
Texans For Responsible Government PAC itself works closely with allies of Dade Phelan and other establishment Republicans. Here you can see Phelan and TRG PAC endorsing Lacey Hull of corndog fame.
Kaspar himself spoke for nearly fifteen minutes about another race in Austin he is clearly much more interested in and has been closely involved in for years. One wonders if this recent PAC establishment and donation by establishment forces within Austin might explain a sudden interest in a local race 400 miles north of him. When asked how he became aware of Jeff and what triggered his attention on the HD 63 race, Kaspar had one word to say, “Research.”