Paxton Condemns Subpoena as 'Shameless Stunt' After Judge Dismisses It

 

McKinney — Attorney General Paxton released the following statement after the the dismissal of the subpoena against him in Federal Court: 

“This made-up controversy around serving me a subpoena is nothing more than a shameless stunt from my political opponents—a stunt that a federal judge dismissed today by quashing the subpoena. Here are the facts: a strange man came onto my property at home, yelled unintelligibly, and charged toward me. I perceived this person to be a threat because he was neither honest nor upfront about his intentions.

In light of the constant threats against me, for which dangerous individuals are currently incarcerated, I take a number of common sense precautions for me and my family’s safety when I’m at home. Texans do the same to protect themselves from threats, and many also exercise their Second Amendment rights to protect themselves and their families.

Given that this suspicious and erratic man charged me on my private property, he is lucky this situation did not escalate further or necessitate force. As leaders across America, from elected officials to Supreme Court Justices, face unprecedented threats of politically motivated violence, I believe this type of behavior utilized by radical activists is thoroughly disgusting and should be met with swift condemnation—not championed in the media.”

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Sounds like a little piss baby to me lol.  OMG a process server!  Armed with paperwork!! RRRUUUNNNNN!!!!  A truly horrific series of events recounted below:

Herrera’s affidavit said that he arrived at Paxton’s house Monday at 8:28 a.m. and was greeted at the front door by a woman who identified herself as Angela. When he told her that he was trying to deliver the subpoenas to Ken Paxton, she told him that the AG was on the phone.

Herrera, who said he recognized Ken Paxton inside the house through glass on the door, offered to wait for him. Angela replied that Paxton “was in a hurry to leave,” according to Herrera, who observed a black Chevy truck in the driveway and then saw another car arrive there.

At about 9:40 a.m., Herrera said he saw Paxton exiting his garage. Herrera walked up the driveway toward Paxton and called out his name, at which point “he turned around and RAN back inside the house through the same door in the garage.”

Minutes later, Angela came out to the truck and opened both the driver-side door and the door behind it, Herrera wrote. A few minutes after she started the truck, “I saw Mr. Paxton RAN from the door inside the garage towards the rear door behind the driver side,” Herrera wrote.

“I approached the truck, and loudly called him by his name and stated that I had court documents for him. Mr. Paxton ignored me and kept heading for the truck. After determining that Mr. Paxton was not going to take the Subpoenas from my hand, I stated that I was serving him with legal documents and was leaving them on the ground where he could get them,” Herrera wrote.

I hope that little piss baby can recover from such an ordeal.

Don Jones, Tue, 09/27/2022 - 17:02

How did he ever get out of that horrific situation alive?

Don Jones, Tue, 09/27/2022 - 17:02

"Attorney general feared for his life because of someone with a piece of paper said his name"

 

The dismissal by that judge does not remove the cowardly behavior by Paxton.  He is, of course, less than worthless along with his amigos Patrick and Abbott.  The state will be far better off when all these worthless clowns are banished to the political dustbin they deserve.

If not for Abbott and his “amigos” the great state of Texas would have been overrun by the cartels controlling Mexico and our southern border ;)

Way to downplay the efforts of CBP, bro! But maybe you’re right and those three are secret ninja sicarios and deserve all the credit. 

You did! Without Tres Leches, CBP couldn’t hold the line and we would all be cuttin it up in our underwear for our MS13 overlords. That’s your hilarious hot take. You’re wild. 

Don Jones, Tue, 09/27/2022 - 19:09

He's a republican judge (appointed by Rick Perry), so of course he dismissed it, unlike democrats, republicans never hold their own people accountable, for anything.

Back to the subject at hand. The reason the subpoena was dismissed is because it sought a preemptive judgement against Paxton for something that hasn’t even happened yet…in other words it was bullshit ;)

 

Not over. Demo libs can be awful nasty when it comes to protecting their perceived “right” to kill their unborn child ;)

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