Conservative candidates WON BIG in the Tarrant County Texas school board elections this weekend. All but one of the 11 conservative candidates won their race this weekend. The conservatives were running on a platform to remove racist Critical Race Theory indoctrination from the classrooms. The candidates also spoke out against the pornography in books discussing…
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Brandon Judd, President of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), told Fox News during an interview on Thursday night that if President Joe Biden were not president, he would arrest Biden for “aiding and abetting.”
“I’ve been patrolling the borders since Clinton was the president and I can tell you personally, that the policies that have been in place were by far the best under President Trump and President Biden completely and totally dismantled all of those policies,” Judd told Fox News host Sean Hannity. “And when you look at our Border Patrol agents, when they are sent down there to that job, and by the way, Mayorkas was down on the border, and he saw the horses, he knew the horses were out there, and now he’s making, doing a 180.”
Texas Democratic official is facing calls to resign from his post after calling Senator Tim Scott (R., S.C.) a racial slur.
After Scott delivered his rebuttal speech to President Biden’s congressional address on Wednesday, Lamar County Democratic Party chair Gary O’Connor called Scott an “oreo,” a slur that refers to a black person who is seen as “having adopted the attitudes, values and behavior thought to be characteristic of middle-class white society, often at the expense of his or her own heritage,” according to
Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels slammed President Joe Biden during a Fox News interview this week for the ongoing crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border, saying that Biden’s reversal of the last administration’s policies have caused a serious problem on the border.
“When President Biden rescinded the emergency order on the southwest border, it stopped resources, and it stopped construction on our border,” Dannels said. “As a result of that, one area where the fence is not complete, we get five or six groups a day coming across there. It’s [opened up] the border. It opened up the message that it’s okay to come in this country. This administration owns this decision. And what it’s doing is it’s forcing us back to 2019, where we had the largest what I call crime scene in the country to include the largest humanitarian situation going on.”
Texas is suing Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Wisconsin for changing their election processes immediately before the election and doing so illegally. The lawsuit was described as “ridiculous,” “preposterous,” and bound to fail by the Left. However, we now have 17 states that have joined the lawsuit, along with the President.
Ignore that, let’s see you try!
The lawsuit contends that these states, by violating their own election laws [to enable ballot stuffing], have robbed voters in these 17 states of their rights. The four states in question have disenfranchised the voters of these 17 states.
In addition to Missouri, the other red states pushing for Texas’s court fight are Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, North Dakota, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
In support of the Texas case, the states filed an amicus brief, known as a friend-of-the-court brief, arguing the justices should review the matter.
“When non-legislative actors in other states encroach on the authority of the ‘legislature thereof’ in that state to administer a presidential election, they threaten the liberty, not just of their own citizens, but of every citizen of the United States who casts a lawful ballot in that election,” the brief read.
Texas has a governor that has a backbone. Compare that to spineless corrupt Kemp
Texas Sues Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at Supreme Court over Election Rules breitbart.com/politics/2020/… via @BreitbartNews
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SEPTEMBER 9, 2020 | FROM BRYAN BRAMMER
Father, help us to maintain justice and to do what is right in Your eyes. Isaiah 56:1
A Texas school district has removed an 8th grade assignment that compared police officers to KKK members and slave owners amid backlash from parents and law enforcement groups.
The social studies assignment, given to students at Cooper Junior High in Wylie, Texas, used a political cartoon to depict five similar scenes: African-American men face down on the ground with their hands restrained behind their backs and a white man’s knee on their neck. Throughout the scenes, the black man says he cannot breathe.
Among the five different white men, one was dressed in a white KKK robe while another resembled Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
After the assignment was posted online by an unidentified eighth-grade teacher, parents immediately filed their complaints with the Wylie Independent School District.
Vice President of the National Fraternal Order of Police Joe Gamaldi sent a letter to Wylie ISD Superintendent David Vinson in August denouncing the assignment.
“I cannot begin to tell you how abhorrent and disturbing this comparison is, but what is more disturbing is that no adult within your school thought better before sending this assignment to children,” Gamaldi wrote.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott also condemned the district’s assignment and said the teacher responsible “should be fired.”
Shortly following the public outcry, Wylie ISD issued a statement claiming that the cartoons “are not part of the district’s curriculum resources or documents.”
“We are sorry for any hurt that may have been caused through this lesson. The assignment has been removed, and students will not be expected to complete it,” the statement read.
David Fitzsimmons, the Arizona Daily Star cartoonist who created the image, defending his work.
“I’m impressed the National Fraternal Order of Police is directing its fury at an illustration revealing how our present horrors are mere echoes of our cruel past… Perhaps it requires too much moral courage, or honest clear-eyed reflection, for the National Fraternal Order of Police to funnel their fury at the few racist police officers who disgrace their oath and their badges by disproportionately murdering African-Americans,” Fitzsimmons said.
(Article by Bryan Brammer. Photo Credit: Getty Images.)