FRI brief 9.11.20

Drew Springer Worked for a Lobbyist

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GREG ABBOTT's public pledge to support law enforcement funding is being met with a haphazard, non-persuasive, curse-including response from Texas Democrats.

The reply is telling; this was a direct hit and one that the Democrat party was ill-equipped to counter.

MAIL-IN VOTING in Texas remains limited thanks to a ruling from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

The latest ruling is in keeping with many in 2020 by upper courts, which have, in large part, blocked changes to election administration.

Last-minute, in poor taste power, grabs weeks out from an election is not. It's not the time or the way to change election law.

Related: Are Soros backed DAs ignoring voter fraud?

REP. DREW SPRINGER, in his manufactured bid for Texas Senate, is working hard to distance himself from his employment by one of the nation's top tax services firm, owned and operated by a registered lobbyist.

At an event in Parker County yesterday, a Springer surrogate distributed misleading material designed to block this accurate attack. According to individuals in attendance, the surrogate is or has been empoloyed by Senator Pat Fallon.

Springer PFS filings with Ryan LLC employment: 2018 | 2019 | 2020

GOVERNMENT EDUCATION in Texas and around the country continues to show signs of stress on the way to a breaking, thanks in part to the coronavirus.

Unions, their lobbyists, and lackey special interest front groups have become increasingly shrill about alternatives to the education monopoly.

Related: ISD bans all political masks following BLM mask dispute

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