Texas Rangers Vs. Texas Lawmen: Ken Paxton Throws Rangers Under the Paddywagon

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The bad news just keeps coming for the Texas GOP, but luckily for them, they’ve thoroughly convinced their base that, even in Texas, the media is controlled by liberals.

But now, with the PIU taken out of “liberal Travis County” and put into the hands of the Texas Rangers, will the GOP be as quick to politicize the legendary lawmen? You betcha!

The, now indicted on 3 felony counts Attorney General of Texas Ken Paxton immediately moved to throw the Rangers under the paddywagon.

Paxton spokesman Anthony Holm, before the Rangers’ investigation: “The Texas Rangers have a storied history of professionalism and integrity, and we have full confidence in their abilities and acumen.”

After the investigation and indictment: Paxton’s spokesman accused the special prosecutor of engaging in a politically-motivated “hit job,” and called the investigation of Paxton an effort “to ruin the career of a public servant.”

and… “we are only here because of liberal activists.”

Well that escalated quickly!

Imad and I hit on a lot of other news including Perry’s indictment and his longing for the debate stage.

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Joe Deshotel

Joe was born and raised in Beaumont, Tx, but live music and politics brought him to Austin. He has worked in and around government and elections for over a decade including for a member of US Congress, the Texas Legislature, the Mayor of Austin. He currently serves as Communications Director for the Travis County Democratic Party. He is most interested in transportation, energy and technology issues. He also likes Texas Hold'em and commuting on his electric skateboard. Follow me on Twitter at @joethepleb.

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