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The irony in the Texas Democrats ’“ cut and use ”tactic

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The area around the U.S. Capitol was only open for a few days on Monday. Consequently, no one was surprised to see some tourists and locals crossing the Eastern Front of the Capitol.

The answer was U.S. senators going to the polls.

“Here it is!” noticing that the TV crew’s kit had spread to the ground, the wandering teenager shouted at the tourist. “NBC News!”

“Is this the Capitol’s front or the back?” asked one man. “My wife told me to meet him at the restaurant in front of the Capitol.”

The answer is that there is no “back” to the Capitol. There are two facades. On the Western Front, one overlooks the National Mall. The latter faces the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court.

“Where did they attack the building?” asked another sergeant.

Yes. But the full answer is that the riots attacked the entire Capitol on January 6th.

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And then, next to a tall man wearing a linen shirt.

He looked around. He said hello. And continued on his way.

The man returned a few moments later. He asked what the TV news groups were doing there as usual.

And then the man introduced himself.

“I’m a Texas legislator,” he announced.

The man then pulled out his Texas legislative certificate and dug into his pocket. Democrat Joe Deshotel, Port Arthur, Texas.

Deshotel is the wanted man – in addition to many other Democrats in Texas.

Texas lawmakers are fleeing Lone Star to prevent the legislature from forming a quorum large enough to do business – a new law on voting. In the Texas Statement, the state building mandated that the gun sergeant “send all visitors who were not reasonably present in order to ensure and ensure that they visit with an arrest warrant if necessary.” gave instructions. . “

When the legislature issues an arrest warrant, Texas Rangers (not a baseball team) and other law enforcement agencies can go anywhere in downtown Texas to arrest lawmakers. But the long arm of Texas law only reaches the state border. This authority has no power outside of Texas.

So the Texas Democrats fled to a safe haven: Washington, DC

“We have no information,” Deshotel said of the GOP voting bill. “We have a warm body to give (the Republicans) a quorum. They don’t ask for anything in our opinion. It’s like a ‘drop dead’.”

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Woody Allen famously declared that “90% of success in life simply manifests itself”. It should be another 10% not to come impeding the conduct of business by the legislature. The majority of legislative sessions are that a “quorum” (usually a majority of all members) must be convened before the U.S. House and Senate city councils. If you can’t meet, you can’t pass bills or bills.

“Texas lawmakers have made a statement,” White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki praised.

Republicans rejected the gambit.

“What if Republicans simply can’t form a quorum in Washington, D.C., to leave North Korea and move forward in the Senate?” asked Acesparks Contributor and former R-Utah State spokesman Jason Chaffetz. “Everyone would be crazy.”

Representatives of the Republican National Committee gathered in front of the Washington Hotel on Wednesday, July 14, 2021, where Texas lawmakers are holding a press conference.  (AP Photo / Manuel Balce Ceneta)

In Texas, everything is bigger. Only when it comes to political power. That would be Washington, so Texas lawmakers went down Capitol Hill to meet with Democratic House members and senators. They provided the audience with Vice President Kamala Harris.

“These legislators are great, they’re brave and they’re just fighting for the rights of every Texan to have the right to vote,” DN.Y. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Everything old is new.

The Texas Democrats ’decision to arrest Austin is reminiscent of Texas lawmakers in 2003 who secretly kidnapped the state legislature in Oklahoma to block the quorum and prevent arrests. The Texas headquarters was trying to approve a plan to redistribute Congress. Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, of Texas, helped develop redistribution maps that would lead Democrats to multiple seats in the House.

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“It was a stuntman then, and it’s a stuntman now,” said Sen. John Cornin, of Texas.

The “cut and run” approach dates back to 1979. Twelve state senators went to AWOL for a few days to prevent Texas from changing its primary system. These legislators are known as the “Killer Bees”.

Still, there is irony in the Texas Democrats ’tactics.

Wisely:

By electing Austin in Washington’s favor, Texas Democrats used a loophole in the legislature’s quorum rules to stop the bill from voting. Still, when lawmakers reached Capitol Hill, they asked U.S. Democratic senators to change their rules to pass a voting bill they supported.

Republicans found it a little rich – especially after the Senate Democrats embraced the truck by their brethren in Texas.

“The Democratic majority in the Senate is concerned about the rights of minorities in Texas [legislature]”,” McConnell began. “Try to live long enough so you can see everything around you.”

Now, some Democrats are demanding special “carving” words for the right to vote legislation. In other words, senators can make it all equal other types of legislation. But senators can (or probably) raise bills on voting rights this bill) to the elite, rliamentar nteonga vaccinated against the risk of imbalance.

It is not clear how the voting rights game will work. First of all, the Senate does not want to change its filibuster “rules”. It’s too complicated. If they followed it at all, the Senate could set a new precedent for Philippians and voting legislation.

The Senate has previously witnessed two carvings belonging to Philipuster:

In 2013, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., Changed the Philippus precedent for non-Supreme Court administration candidates. McConnell achieved this by setting new filibuster rules for Supreme Court candidates in 2017, when he was the leader of the majority.

Filibuster is based on law and “thinks” it. In other words, senators of both ages have deleted accounts for everything except obsolete bills.

Pressure is now on for the Sumerian and Democrat movements.

“As I said before, everything is on the table,” Schumer said when asked about the Texas Democrats ’demands.

In an interview with NPR, Harris offered to work on the issue of voting rights behind the scenes.

“I’m really talking to people,” Harris said. “Obviously, this requires all Democrats in the Senate to agree to this approach.”

To change the balance rules in the Senate, 50 Democrats and plus Harris must vote. But some Democrats want to set a new precedent of equilibrium in voting rights or something else.

“So we’re going to keep pushing,” Deshotel said of the Texas lawmakers ’research. “We thought at the time that we had the impression that the White House needed to be pressed harder.”

Texas Democrats Sen. Joe Manchin, DW.Va. met, he opposed the amendment of the bill on filibilter and voting rights.

Despite this recent pressure, little has changed. That applies to math. And so far, the math doesn’t work to change the philibuster or put the voting bill forward. Everyone in Washington has known this for some time.

In 2003, Texas lawmakers finally regained their composure. They lost their temporary posts in Oklahoma and returned to Austin. The Texas legislature finally secured a quorum and overturned DeLay’s House redistribution plan.

The result of the Texas Voting Bill could be a was carried out.

Or, as they say in Texas, this isn’t their first rodeo.

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