Texans set to beef up their election security.Democrats determined to flip Texas blue.
Source: Patrick Howley | National File
Some Texas House Democrats walked off the legislative floor Sunday night to temporarily block passage of the Election Integrity Protection Act, Senate Bill 7, that passed the state Senate 18-13. House majority Republicans had to adjourn the session at the midnight deadline as a result of the Democrat shenanigans.
But Republican governor Greg Abbott says the bill will head to a special session, where it is almost guaranteed to pass.
After a long brutal fight, it looks like Texans are going to beef up their election security in a similar manner to Georgians, who recently passed an election protection law in their state.
The Election Integrity Protection Act drives drive-thru voting like the kind that led to massive fraud allegations in Houston linked to the Joe Biden campaign’s Texas political director Dallas Jones (which I busted prior to Election Day), and seeks to make the scourge of mail-in voting less prevalent. Democrats are determined to flip Texas blue at some point in the foreseeable future.
Democrats have been trying to stop the election protection bill like a bunch of petulant children. Senate Democrats talked for more than 7 hours to drag out the voting process before the bill passed the Senate, and when the bill went to the House the leftists pulled their coordinated walk-out stunt. Chris Turner, the Democrat chair in the House (who is also trying to get an investigation going into Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton for speaking at the legendary anti-election steal rally in Washington, D.C. on January 6) plotted the walk-out by sending a text to Democrat members with the following message: “Members take your key and leave the chamber discretely. Do not go to the gallery. Leave the building.”
I reported on Harris County, Texas during the 2020 election, and got Biden’s Texas political director fired and interrogated by the FBI: