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Texas GOP Attorney General Threatens Schools For Taking Students To Polls On Election Day



The Democratic surge in Texas has Republicans scrambling to contain what they see as a ‘blue tsunami’ approaching the Lone Star State.

Record turnout on Texas election day on Tuesday has apparently sent chills through Republicans in the state, which demographically looks more like a Blue State than you’d expect from election results.

Now, according to a report by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is accusing local school districts of “electioneering,” by encouraging students to vote and bussing them to polls.

Paxton, who survived an indictment for securities fraud when a judge dismissed the case, has said that students cannot be bussed to the polls on election day and issued cease-and-desist letters to the school districts suggesting the districts “used taxpayer resources to distribute messages to their staff and the public advocating for or against certain political candidates and measures.”

The Dallas Morning News reports that Paxton has also tried to ferret out opponents in those schools by filing records requests for “all emails between superintendents and principals pertaining to voting,”

What makes the situation especially odd is that Texas has a unique law on its books which requires principals to register their students to vote. The law, which dates to the Civil Rights movement, is no longer enforced.

“I don’t know how it’s become such a crazy thing unless people have an agenda for not wanting people to vote,” one school board member told the Morning News.

MUST READ: Ted Cruz On The Brink Of Losing ‘Control’ As Huge Democratic Turn Out Could Turn Texas Blue.

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‘Trump Golfs You Die’ Trending After New Anti-Trump Ad Goes Viral



A new anti-Trump ad created by progressive video producers Meidas Touch is taking the internet by storm. The ad argues that while 100,000 Americans have died due to COVID-19, one wouldn’t know that from watching Trump golf for the 118th time.

The viral ad about Trump’s golfing expedition, showcasing the latest visit Trump took to the golf course, went viral shortly after it was uploaded and the hashtag #TrumpGolfsYouDie quickly started trending on Twitter.

Trump golfed on both Saturday and Sunday, not stopping to take a break from his extracurricular activities.


One upset Twitter user noted that Trump’s golfing wasn’t just out of place during a pandemic, it was also expensive.

Others pointed out the horrific COVID-19 death toll.

What is your response?

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