Abbott can begin fix of court ruling on Texas election fraud prosecution but will he? | Newspaper wants Texas guns locked up – Pratt on Texas 12/16/2021

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, our supreme court for criminal law matters, rules that the Texas Attorney General may not prosecute election fraud cases without a referral from local prosecutors. While the decision is sound constitutionally, it guts prosecuting election fraud in much of Texas because local Leftist district attorneys will not look at cases and certainly will not refer them to the A.G. for prosecution. The issue is easily fixed by Abbott calling a Special Session of the legislature to pass a constitutional amendment that will then need a vote of the people. Will Abbott lead and take care of this or will he let it slide by effectively ending most prosecution of election fraud in the 2022 November election?

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The Dallas Morning News editorial board comes out with an extra-stupid position: “Texas election audit undermines democracy.”

The Houston Chronicle’s editorial board suggests putting people in prison for not locking up their weapons which would render them useless for rapid self-defense.

Abbott’s border “barrier” of razor wire and shipping containers proves to be nothing but theater. I’m all for spending the money we’re spending but only for effective border control and we are not getting such despite Abbott’s national grandstanding on the issue.

And, other news of Texas.

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  1. Please encourage all patriots to send a Christmas card to the Jan 6 prisoners. Thank you!

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/12/please-part-send-christmas-card-political-prisoners-washington-dc-let-know-not-forgotten/

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