Texas AG Ken Paxton Take-Down – Why Now?

May 31, 2023 in News by RBN Staff

source:  newswithviews

By: Devvy Kidd

May 31, 2023

“Wherever there is interest and power to do wrong, wrong will generally be done.” James Madison, 4th President of the United States

On May 27, 2023, I watched 4 ½ hours of live coverage of the impeachment hearing targeting Texas GOP Attorney General Ken Paxton in our state legislature on the House side.  That disgusting hit job was presided over by RINO Speaker of the House Dade Phelan.  The vote was 121 for and 23 against impeachment.  61 Democrats voted for and a whopping 60 Republicans also voted yes.

Phelan is a registered Republican whose been sleeping with the Democrats for years.  We finally got rid of Phelan’s predecessor, another rotten RINO.   In Phelan’s first term he appointed 13 Democrats as committee chairs.  To say grassroots Republicans were incensed is putting it mildly.  At the state convention last year one of the top issues for Austin:  No more appointing Democrats as committee chairs.

First thing Phelan does after becoming Speaker yet again this past January:  Appoints four Democrats as committee chairs.  Once again outraged, grassroots Republicans were asking:  Why give Republicans a majority if the Speaker is in bed with Democrats?  All but three state reps voted to make Phelan House Speaker again.

Paxton has been a target of the Democrat/Communist Party USA and closet RINO’s in our legislature for years.  Paxton has been highly aggressive against election/vote fraud with many convictions.  Ditto going after drag shows exposing children to degenerate exhibitions.  One of Paxton’s top priorities which he got done was create a special unit (he is the boss of 4,000 employees with 117 offices in our state under 38 divisions, 30,000 cases a year tackled by 750 lawyers), whose sole purpose is to fight human trafficking in Texas.

Yes, it’s been very successful and the first big arrest was the CEO of Backpage.com which is the largest on-line sex trafficking sewer in this country.  Paxton’s team of lawyers have sent hundreds of pimps to prison for trafficking; see here.  His lengthy record for sparing no one and upholding the law is here.  He’s also very pro-life which the Democrat Party of Perversion and Death hates.

Paxton served in our state legislature (House) for ten years, the senate for two and then as AG; now in his third term.  He’s no dummy and to say he’s extremely popular with statewide voters is an understatement.  All these old, alleged charges against him were rejected by voters, election after election.  Paxton is being accused of bribery, abuse of his office, corruption and leaving a ring around the bathtub.  Bribery under Texas Penal Code, Chapter 36.02, Bribery and Corrupt Influence.  It’s a Class A misdemeanor.  This is Resolution 2377 which lists 20 alleged articles including the alleged bribery.

Who introduced it?  GOP Rep. Andrew Murr with his handlebar mustache who probably never met a mirror he didn’t love.  He was so grossly condescending.  I felt I was watching U.S. House Rep. Jamie Raskin all over again.  He’s the bottom feeder Democrat who helped write the articles of impeachment against Trump.  Raskin’s performance in that sham impeachment was nauseating.  They are also sponsors of the Resolution:  Rep. Ann Johnson, Democrat/Communist Party USA who pretends to be married to a woman, GOP Rep. Charlie Geren.  Democrat Oscar Longoria and GOP Rep. David Spiller.

Paxton was accused of bribery many years ago.  Why hasn’t he been prosecuted?  Why now?

In July of 2015, Paxton was indicted on felony securities fraud charges.  Allegedly he failed to disclose he would receive compensation for some investment.  That will be EIGHT YEARS ago this July and no trial.  Why not?  The SEC went after Paxton for alleged securities fraud regarding the same company and investors.  A year later a federal judge dismissed that lawsuit.  Russia, Russia, Russia.

Article 10 of the Resolution was about renovations to his personal residence. A quid pro quo. Only problem is, Paxton has all the receipts for the work done.

The big turd for the Democrats on Saturday was all about four lawyers in Paxton’s office back in 2020, whistleblowers going to the FBI alleging corruption on Paxton’s part.  Paxton agreed to settle the matter for $3.3 million dollars of taxpayer’s money.  This is not unusual and is done all the time as the longer things draw out, the bigger the tab.

To hear the Democrats on Saturday, Paxton retaliated by whipping those lawyers and putting them in a pillory in the public square.  No.  They were actually put on paid leave, then fired for poor work performance and sometimes outright insubordination.

Phelan and his gang hired outside “investigators”, but what wasn’t disclosed Saturday was this:  Outside law firm finds Paxton didn’t break laws or violate office procedure – “(The Center Square) – “A 174-page report released by the Office of the Attorney General in August 2021, made public before voters reelected Attorney General Ken Paxton to a third term in November 2022, disproved claims presented by Democratically-aligned counsel hired by the House General Investigating Committee.

“Another report released Saturday by an outside law firm, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, also concluded, “significant evidence to show the actions of the OAG toward the Complainants were based on legitimate, non-retaliatory, business grounds.”

The first report referred to above is actually 374 pages:  Report on the Investigation into Complaints Made and Actions Taken by Former Political Appointees of the Texas Attorney General.  Yes, I will read it in between painting my nails and eating chocolate bon-bons.  That was a joke. I am going to read it.  That report dissects the alleged corruption, etc., and a key player, Nate Paul.

This second report referred to above by an outside, impartial law firm was released on Saturday (dated three days before hearing) is 56-pages.  Saturday, same day as the hearing to impeach.  How many Republicans bothered to read it before the vote?  I read the whole thing Sunday morning.

TO: Office of the Attorney General, State of Texas
FROM: Lewis Brisbois
DATE: May 24, 2023
RE: Report Regarding Retaliation Claims by Former Employees

Executive Summary

“The evidence we have been able to obtain continues to support the OAG’s legitimate, non-retaliatory grounds for firing each Complainant. Moreover, Lewis Brisbois has identified evidence supporting OAG’s assertion that it would have taken the same adverse employment action against each of the Complainants even in the absence of any alleged protected activity.2 Conversely, we have not identified any evidence supporting Complainants’ allegations of retaliatory animus by the Attorney General or any agreement between the Attorney General and others at OAG to conspire to retaliate against the Complainants.”

On May 19, 2023, dirty Dade Phelan on the House floor was taking care of business. He put on quite a show.  When I watched several videos of him, I thought he either was very drunk or maybe having a stroke.  If one is having a medical emergency, you call an ambulance; that wasn’t done.  The next day, Paxton issued a statement to Phelan:  Resign and “get the help you need” which tells me Paxton knows Phelan has a drinking problem.  On May 27th, Paxton is impeached with Phelan at the helm and who voted for impeachment.

Let me go through the time line here.  In March 2023, Phelan and his pimps – in secret – opened an investigation to get Paxton impeached.  During the hearing, no evidence was brought forth.  No witnesses.  Nothing but accusations by third party hearsay.  Paxton’s office attempted to bring exculpatory evidence to that “investigative” committee but was refused.  As was brought forth by Republicans against the impeachment, this was a rush to judgement.  At the start of a three-day holiday when Texans are honoring our veterans and doing family gatherings.  Most probably had no idea what was going on last Saturday.  Paxton won in Nov. 2022 with 4,278,986 votes; his Democrat opponent lost 53.4% – 43.7%.

Republicans against the Resolution argued the House could come back (even though they’re out of session now until Jan. 2025) in a few weeks and do it the right way.  Not only were there no witnesses, the ones interviewed by the so-called investigative committee never put them under oath.  It was all third-party hearsay.  There was NO due process for Paxton on Saturday.  (There will be several special sessions called by guv Abbott soon to deal with unfinished bills.)

If Ken Paxton has violated the law, he should be held accountable.  I am a firm believer no one is above the law no matter how much you might like that person.  But this was a railroad job.  Well-coordinated and Democrat led, aided and abetted by RINO Dade Phelan and 59 other Republicans who care nothing about fairness or due process.

Paxton is now suspended.  There will be a trial in the Senate.  Impeachment requires 2/3rds of senators voting yes.  WEF (World Economic Forum) attendee, Gov. Greg Abbott will then appoint an acting AG until an election can be held.

Now, something else has been going on and this is just my own personal theory.  All these legal issues are years old, so why now?  On the 138th day of the 140-day session.  Start of a three-day holiday.

If you find time, this column by a great writer, James Howard Kunstler, Trial by Ordeal is worth five minutes; I bring it up  for a good reason.  “There’s something definitely programmatic about the way the drag queens were rolled out into the kiddie korners the past year. It doesn’t feel organic, shall we say, but rather directed, like a sinister grand opera. And the effort to enlist and initiate schoolchildren into a psychodrama of hyperbolic sexual confusion looks absolutely orchestrated.”

Timing is everything and that’s what I think is happening with this Paxton take-down.  If you go to my web site, at the top are two Feb. 22, 2023, postings.  One on the left is the origin of COVID-19; on the right is the Death Book.  I copied every single document, lawsuit and articles in those postings and put them in large legal files.

Florida Supreme Court rules Gov. Ron DeSantis can impanel grand jury to investigate COVID-19 vaccine makersDec. 22, 2022 (Emphasis mine)

“In DeSantis’ petition to ​establish​ the grand jury, he argued that a Florida Department of Health analysis “found an increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related deaths among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.”​ Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are the two manufacturers of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

“A statewide grand jury shall be promptly impaneled for a term of twelve calendar months, to run from the date of empanelment, with jurisdiction throughout the State of Florida, to investigate crime, return indictments, make presentments, and otherwise perform all functions of a grand jury with regard to the offenses stated herein,” the court order read.”

On the same day I sent my state senator those files, I also sent a set with a cover letter to DeSantis, Jan. 24, 2023, priority mail with tracking.  Here’s what you need for your grand jury.  What happened after his office received the files, I have no idea, but I made the effort.

On Jan. 24, 2023, I sent overnight express mail the two large legal folders to my new state senator at the capitol.  I asked Sen. Sparks to get them to Ken Paxton as I’m a nobody.  I explained in the cover letter to AG Paxton:  You need to file a small State RICO Act against Pfizer and Moderna.  Mis-labeling is a felony and so is intentional homicide.  All this is very bad news for Pfizer as they’ve been down this road before:  Justice Department Announces Largest Health Care Fraud Settlement in Its History, Pfizer to Pay $2.3 Billion for Fraudulent Marketing, Sept. 2, 2009

(Texas RICO Organized Crime Statute (Penal Code, Title 11, Chapter 71, Section 71.02)

In March 2023 (the exact date never came up in the hearing), Speaker Dade Phelan, in secrecy, started an investigation to get Paxton.  Paxton is suspended on May 27, 2023; date for senate impeachment trial not known at this time.

Pax­ton Launch­es Inves­ti­ga­tion into Gain-of-Func­tion Research and Mis­rep­re­sen­ta­tions by Covid-19 Vac­cine ManufacturersMay 1, 2023 (Emphasis mine as immunity was in the files I sent.)

“Paxton is also investigating whether the companies misrepresented the efficacy of their Covid-19 vaccines and the likelihood of transmitting Covid-19 after taking the vaccines in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act. The investigation will also look into the potential manipulation of vaccine trial data. This investigation concerns potentially fraudulent activity that falls outside the scope of legal immunity granted to manufacturers of the Covid-19 vaccine

“In recent years, certain pharmaceutical companies have had record-breaking financial success, driven in part by sales made from products related to the Covid-19 pandemic. This vested interest in the success of these Covid-19 products, combined with reports about the alarming side effects of vaccines, demands aggressive investigation.  “Texas’s investigation will force these companies to turn over documents the public otherwise could not access.”

This is BAD news for politicians like Gov. Abbott.  (Trump Calls Out Gov. Abbott for Being “Missing in Action” on RINO Impeachment of AG Ken Paxton, May 28, 2023)  With Paxton on suspension until the senate trial (Paxton’s wife is a state senator), Abbott can appoint an acting AG and you can bet it will be someone who will do Abbott’s bidding.  Hint, hint.

Political Kryptonite as governors, mayors, state legislators and members of Congress all pushed Americans to get those bioweapon injections being passed off as vaccines.  I sent at least six letters to Abbott:  Don’t lockdown this state and don’t allow those experimental injections in Texas.  I’m sure they just got tossed into the garbage can.  Abbott locked down our state.  50,000 businesses are no longer in business and the lives of millions of Texans ruined.  And let me add this bit of information to show you the political whores in Congress and our state houses are for sale to the highest bidder and we’re talking big money here.

Question:  How much money did the pharmaceutical and health product industry spend on lobbying and campaign contributions in the US from 1999 to 2018?

“Findings:  This observational study, which analyzed publicly available data on campaign contributions and lobbying in the US from 1999 to 2018, found that the pharmaceutical and health product industry spent $4.7 billion, an average of $233 million per year, on lobbying the US federal government; $414 million on contributions to presidential and congressional electoral candidates, national party committees, and outside spending groups; and $877 million on contributions to state candidates and committees. Contributions were targeted at senior legislators in Congress involved in drafting health care laws and state committees that opposed or supported key referenda on drug pricing and regulation.”

More than two-thirds of Congress cashed a pharma campaign check in 2020, new STAT analysis shows (Of course Pfizer and Astra Zeneca are on the list.  Moderna never manufactured a “vaccine” prior to COVID-19)

FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER – BIG MONEY:  Healthcare Companies Spent More on Lobbying Than Any Other Industry Last Year,  June 29, 2022

“Health companies spent nearly $690 million on lobbying federally, which was $175 million more than the 2nd place category. Within the industry, the largest lobbying bills were racked up by pharmaceutical companies, which spend $356 million on federal lobbying alone. The industry spent $32 million in the 19 states that give access to such data.”  Of course, Pfizer is on the list.

Big Pharma Wrote 10,000 Checks Worth $9 Million to Help Elect State Politicians in 2020

“Big Pharma targets bipartisan lawmakers in influential positions who can affect decisions that affect the industry. Once elected, lawmakers are tempted with lucrative job promises after leaving office.

  • The top pharmaceutical lobbyist in the 2020 elections was Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), which spent $25.9 million at the state and federal level.
  • Big Pharma targets bipartisan lawmakers in influential positions who can affect decisions that affect the industry. Once elected, they are tempted with lucrative job promises after leaving office, known as the “revolving door.”

This is an 8:43 video.  Press conference held by Paxton on the day before the manufactured impeachment trial; at the bottom of the article.  Do watch it.  Immediately following the vote, Paxton issued a statement; see here.  To say GOP grassroots are enraged is putting it mildly which you’ll read in the article above.  Here’s the list of yes and no votes.  In closing, I again ask:  Why now?  Announcement of the impeachment hearing shocked this state and the hurry up and get it done in 4 ½ hours stinks.  I’ll let you decide.

Important add I found quite interesting:  Impeachment of the Attorney General Under The Texas Constitution, May 26, 2023 – “Those laws appear in Chapter 665 of the Government Code. At quick glance, Article 15 does not provide a standard for impeachment, such as “high crimes and misdemeanors.” Section 665.062 lists specific causes for removal “by address,” including “willful neglect of duty,” “incompetency,” and “breach of trust.” But, pursuant to Section 665.051, the Attorney General is not subject to removal “by address.” So these grounds are not directly relevant for Paxton.

“Subchapter D of Chapter 665 includes one provision: Section 665.081. It provides, in part: “An officer in this state may not be removed from office for an act the officer may have committed before the officer’s election to office.” Many of the allegations against Paxton occurred before Paxton was elected to a third term in office in November 2022. And Paxton’s lawyer has cited Section 665.081 as a possible defense. He contends that the voters re-elected Paxton, with full knowledge of the allegations against him.”