Texas Governor Greg Abbott revealed to Fox News on Monday night that Democrats who escaped the state to prevent authentic vote based cycles from being done by the state’s assembly will “be captured” the second that they step foot back in the state and pulled to the state Capitol to take care of their responsibilities.
In excess of 50 Democrats escaped the state on private planes so there would not be sufficient administrators present for an assortment of bills to be passed, including citizen honesty laws, charges that would shield young ladies from going up against organic guys in sports, reserve captures of foreigners, clampdown on early termination, and crackdown on bigoted Critical Race Theory being educated in schools.
“Isn’t that the most un-Texan thing you’ve ever heard? Texans running from a fight? They’re quitters,” Abbott told Fox News. “It’s like during a football game or baseball game, taking their equipment when they’re way behind and just leaving the field. That is not the way that Texas, Texans do things.”
“We have special sessions that last 30 days, and the governor calls them and I will continue calling special session after special session, because over time it’s going to continue until they step up to vote,” Abbott continued. “The thesis that they are operating under is completely false, because what the Texas law does, doesn’t hinder anybody’s ability to vote. And in fact, interestingly, what Texas is seeking to do is to add additional hours to vote. Texas has 12 days of early voting and the hours of which will be expanded. And we will ensure that hours are expanded on Election Day also. So their entire thesis is completely wrong. And compare early voting in Texas with early voting that we have in Delaware. Texas has 12 days of early voting. Delaware has zero days of early voting. Why am I picking on Delaware? Because that is where the President himself voted in the last election. And if anybody wants to talk about voter suppression, they should be talking about Delaware, not Texas.”
Abbott noticed that the legislators were viably “utilizing a delay to escape the territory of Texas to beg the president to get rid of the delay in Washington, D.C.,” which he noted was “affectation all over.”