Rep. Den Denrenshu, Texas, has accused Democrats who left the state and a special session of the legislature – bypassing and lying to them – to vote on an election reform bill for Washington. what they were against.
After state spokesman James Talarico tweeted about his and other Democrats’ travels “to break the quorum and kill the Texas voter oppression bill,” Crenshu called them a “trigger” for the tour, while Talariko they said. they were sacrificing, abandoning their states and families.
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“It’s hard to imagine people being more imaginative – lying about bills, jumping on a charter flight, drinking beer and being fired are“ sacrifices, ”Crenshu wrote. “You are triggered. You are completely triggered.”
In addition to reprimanding Democrats for leaving the state, Crenshu warned them to describe the Texas Voting Reform Bill as a “suppression.”
“These offenders are doing this to kill a bill like making voting hours the same across counties,” the congressman said. “There’s not a single thing in these bills that is ‘suppressing voters.’ Technicians are outraged and have to vote for all of these kids outside of work.”
While Talariko said Democrats were trying to help “preserve our democracy,” Crenshu said they sent a very different message to their constituents.
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“Democrats to the Texans: we don’t enforce any criminal laws, we open your southern border, and when we’re upset, we get angry and go on a charter plane,” he said.
Meanwhile, Gov. Greg Abbott took a tougher stance than lawmakers who left a special session he called, saying on Monday to Acesparks’ Ingraham Angle that he could “call out what’s going on in Texas.” arrested.
“When they return to the state, they will be arrested and returned to the Capitol and we will do business,” the Republican said.
This is the second time Texas Democrats are going to block voting on reform reforms, which they say makes it harder for minorities to vote. Republicans say this is a false myth, and the reforms will provide greater security for state elections.
Edmund DeMarche of Acesparks contributed to this news.