Republicans in Travis County, Texas, are blowing up dozens of Democrats who fled their state earlier this week and flew to Washington to avoid voting on the Electoral Integrity Bill.
“Texas Gov. Democrats have been at the theater for weeks, claiming that Governor Abbott risked his life by reopening the state’s economy and relinquishing his statewide mask mandate,” said Travis County GOP chairman Matt. McCoy to Acesparks. “Then they flew to DC in a private jet equipped with Miller Lite in violation of FAA rules, and now it’s a Persian super-distribution event.”
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McCovyak was referring to reports on Saturday morning that three Democrats fleeing the state capital, Austin, had been positively affected by the coronavirus and would now have to isolate themselves for ten days and delay their return to Single Star State.
Fugitive legislators widespread in social networks Because he was photographed without a mask on a private plane bound for Washington, and many noted that several of these Democrats were critical of the release of the masked mandates. Several lawmakers who made the trip criticized Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for lifting coronavirus restrictions, including a mask mandate.
Some, including Texas Rep. Briscoe Kane, also speculated that they were Democrats use of the coronavirus as a political ploy.
“I say prove it,” Kane told Acesparks on Saturday. “I think that’s an excuse not to come back. They want a reason to do a 14-day quarantine; they don’t want to come back and do their job. If they really have it, prove it.”
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Kane and many other Republicans accused the fleeing Democratic lawmakers of hypocrisy and criticized them for running away from the state and neglecting their domestic duties.
“As these Democrats jump around, drink beer, and sign contracts with COVID, we’ve been busy employing thousands of Northern Texans for their future,” said Beth Van Duyne, a Republican congresswoman from Texas. said Acesparks.
While in Washington, Texas Democrats met with members of their union on Capitol Hill and told the media that the controversial bill would violate voting rights.
Republicans in the state disagree, including Cain, who argued that the opposite was true.
“Everyone who reads this understands that mistakes are not criminally prosecuted, excluded from voting, passed on for hours, and defended our election,” Kane said. “That’s it.”
The Texas Democrats have not indicated when they will return to Texas to allow a quorum vote on the bill. Texas House Speaker Dade Felan, a Republican, announced himself earlier this week aircraft chartering
for his liberal colleagues and urged everyone to “secure a place” as soon as possible.