On Friday afternoon The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft interviewed Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
General Paxton has done a hero’s job standing up for election integrity and against Democrat cheaters.
Most of today’s discussion revolved around the Democrat Party’s continued attempts to steal the US elections. Never before was it more evident than in November 2020. And it was Ken Paxton who formed a coalition of states in early December to sue battleground states Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, for their unconstitutional changes to the 2020 election laws.
The Supreme Court refused to hear the case. Paxton told The Gateway Pundit today he still believes the Supreme Court had a constitutional obligation to hear the case which they ignored.
Ken Paxton told The Gateway Pundit the USA will be much more like Venezuela if we do not fix the assault on our election system by the Democrat Party.
While serving as Attorney General in Texas Ken Paxton defended 12 lawsuits related to election laws. Democrats wanted to open the elections to mail-in ballots and ID-free elections and sued Texas to institute these unconstitutional practices in Texas elections. AG Paxton and his staff won every single one of these cases and prevented Democrats from stealing Texas this year like it appears they did in Georgia and Arizona. Ken has been fighting for free and fair elections in Texas and understands what a huge issue this is in our country today.
At the end of the interview we asked Ken about his likely opponent George P. Bush who announced on Thursday he was taking on Ken Paxton in the Texas Attorney General’s race. Ken unloaded on the younger Bush.
Ken Paxton on George P. Bush: Well, I think he was trying to figure out whether to run for governor, lieutenant governor, or me. I think he is going to try to move up to President of the United States and this is just a stepping stone… Let’s face it. He’s running from his own job. He was such a disaster. He did not defend the Alamo. We have a saying in Texas that goes all the way back. It goes, “Remember the Alamo!” Well, he surrendered the Alamo… The other reality for him is he just got his law license back. He let it lapse for ten years in October of last year. So he’s had his law license for less than a year. And he’s going to run after failing to run his own agency. He’s going to come run a much larger angency that has many issues.. I just don’t think the guy is qualified to do it.
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