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      I was actually surprised that Ken Paxton won the Republican primary in Texas but guess that shows how many Republicans are perfectly fine with a known crook being, of all things, the state's lawyer. 
      Anyway, got to wondering what the fool was going on with this man, who cheated on his wife, and the indictment and why the heck this has NOT gone to trial yet.  I mean, if you or I had some felony indictment against us, doubt it would take seven years for it to get heard.
      According to KHOU, "special prosecutors are waiting on Texas top criminal court to rule on an appeal to address payment issues and keep Paxton's case in Houston."
      How can anyone have confidence in a person who supposedly is upholding the law when there is a serious felony case still pending against him? 
      And of course, that's not the only one. There is also the whistleblower case from people who worked in his AG office that is now at the Supreme Court of Texas. (Supreme Court wants a brief on the merits of the case, with deadline of the end of August 2022.  What's also interesting about this case is 
      And not only that. Ken Paxton was cheating on his wife, Angela Paxton, with a woman whom
      AND, Paxton is under review from the Texas bar, which has filed a professional misconduct lawsuit against Paxton for the stupid and clearly partisan stunt he tried to pull re: Trump's attempt to overthrow the election. (Not forgetting that the Texas Supreme Court had thrown out Paxton's lawsuit contesting the 2000 election results)  Texas Tribune
      Republicans are just not good people, but more than that, makes me personally sick that there is a different standard, apparently for average citizens than people with power and influence. Again, rolled my eyes when I saw that Paxton won the Republican primary against George P Bush. Have to admit I laughed at at least one George P Bush commercial where he was driving a little cart along the Texas border saying he would keep our borders safe. Hah. Would he have done better NOT to follow along with these rabid Republican nuts? Really didn[t make any difference because the people who voted for Paxton WANT A CROOK. 
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