New York Times finally drops big story on Beto’s El Paso city council history

Pratt on TexasHappy All-Hallows Eve, the eve of All Saints Day! Taking the secular Halloween approach to it, can you imagine how scary it would be if Texans elected a billionaire’s son-in-law who can afford higher taxes and more regulation to the U.S. Senate from Texas?

Earlier this week I received a short, the best kind, email from a Listener Club member which read:

Good morning, Mr. Pratt!

It’s nice to see the New York Times is finally catching up with the news you were reporting a long time ago!

Thanks for keeping us ahead of the Times – literally.


Why has the major New York Times story on Beto Pancho not come out until now? Few voters in Texas are going to read the New York Times and polls now show under 4 percent are undecided in the Senate race so, why not publish the story on Beto now so that in the future they can claim to be fair and non-biased?

Beto Pancho & his bullhorn

It is true that earlier this year I covered much of this subject and included links to stories and background material in this page, which is a collection of items on the Cruz / Beto Pancho Lefty race.

The short of it is that Beto talks the big Leftist for-the-little-people game but has the fairly common history, for Leftists, of using government to enrich himself and his family at the expense of those poor folk.

There are enough frightening things in the world, let’s get all out to vote to ensure Texas doesn’t add an optional nightmare to its history. Let’s return conservative champion Ted Cruz to the U.S. Senate.

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