Gov. Abbott: Beto is as Bad as Biden

 

AUSTIN, TX – Gov. Greg Abbott told Beto to "Bring It" following his announcement to challenge Abbott for Texas Governor.

As previously reported, on Nov. 15, Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke announced that he will be challenging Greg Abbott for the Texas Governor's Seat. Beto is a Texas Democrat from El Paso, who has most recently lost to Ted Cruz for his U.S. Senate seat and Joe Biden during the Democrat primary.

Shortly after Gov. Abbott responded with a reminder of what the Democrat party stands for.

He then made an eerie comparison to the current President of the United States, Joe Biden. In the tweet Abbott states that Biden is wrong for America and Beto was wrong for Texas.

In the midst of all the back and forth, Gov. Greg Abbott also congratulated Rep. Ryan Guillen, from HD-31, for leaving the Democrat party of Texas and joining the Republicans. 

The primary election for the Texas Governor seat is set for Mar. 1 and the general election is Nov. 1.

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Yes failing. But please do keep making ridiculous excuses, as evidenced by Republican wins in Georgia, the American people know full well who is to blame ;)

“Republicans voted to defund the police”

That’s a lie. The problem republicans had with the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan was the fact that only a small percentage of it was specifically earmarked for health spending related to covid.

Besides, the bill never stipulated that relief funding had to be used for police officers or for other law enforcement initiatives, but gave recipients “broad flexibility to decide how best to use the funding to meet the needs of their communities” ;)

 

Just more demagoguery. How can anyone vote “for” or “against” something when it wasn’t specifically outlined in the bill that doesn’t make any sense ;)

Not to mention the fact that “funding the police”, especially when it involves democrat run cities where they’ve actually DEfunded them, is NOT a function of the federal government that’s a state/local issue ;)

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