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Has the Texas Supreme Court been Infiltrated by the Radical Left?



Current and former Republican Texas Supreme Court justices have been caught spreading leftist policy proposals.

Texas Scorecard reports on the latest scheme to ensure that Texas gradually becomes a blue state.

Two Republicans in the Name Only (RINOs) have essentially infiltrated the Texas Supreme Court.

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Jordan Clements reveals that Chief Justice Wallace B. Jefferson and current Justice Debra Lehrmann “have put their names on a Restatement of the Law by the American Law Institute that aims to further the far left’s assault on parental rights.”

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The ALI has built a reputation for publishing “Restatements of the Law” that simplify what laws say on various matters. Clements notes that “ALI, and their restatements, were once very reliable and respected.”

However, Clements believes that “ALI has begun to move away from simply restating the law to describing what they think the law should be—and that vision of the law is a radical one.”

The late Justice Antonin Scalia, who used to frequently cite ALI restatements, was aware of the trend of judges abusing restatements.

In Kansas v. Nebraska, Scalia declared that “Over time, the Restatements’ authors have abandoned the mission of describing the law and have chosen instead to set forth their aspirations for what the law ought to be.”

Even with Scalia critiquing them, ALI has continued pushing their radical agenda forward. In one of their latest restatements, which ALI Treasurer Wallace Jefferson led with Justice Lehrmann playing an advisory role, ALI stated:

“A parent does not have authority to consent to medical procedures or treatments that impinge on the child’s constitutional rights to bodily integrity or reproductive privacy.”

Clements believes that Jefferson’s and Lehrman’s involvement in this restatement promotes the “radical idea that parents have no right to prevent their child from having an abortion or undergoing gender-reassignment surgery, amongst other medical procedures.”

Texas Scorecard has been aware of Jefferson’s gradual shift towards judicial radicalism. Clements notes that Jefferson lauded the work of Bryan Stevenson, the founder and executive director of the left-wing Equal Justice Initiative.

According to a transcript of ALI’s proceedings in 2018, Jefferson lauded Stevenson’s comments during the meeting. Jefferson praised Stevenson for saying “a few things that I think are very prescient for the work that we are about to undertake and discuss this afternoon.”

At this same meeting, Jefferson was working diligently to push the anti-parent agenda in ALI’s recent restatement.

However, Jefferson met fierce pushback from Justice Michael Massengale, a former judge in the Texas First District Court of Appeals. He highlighted that there is no legal basis for what the restatement is advancing. Massengale even said that “there are no published opinions addressing parental authority to consent.”

The former judge also pointed out that the only reference used in the restatement on the matter of parental rights was an article from Buzzfeed News.

A professor scoffed at Massengale’s concerns when he claimed that they will make the lack of court precedent “clearer in the comment itself.” The former judge countered by demonstrating the lack of precedent which casts doubt about “whether that is an accurate statement of the law.”

Jefferson then dismissed Massengale’s misgivings by giving him thanks and asking for “any other comments or questions.”

After a disappointing legislative session for gun rights, Texas now finds itself in a weird position. Indeed, the state still has laws friendly to gun rights and business, but this relatively free status could be at risk during the next decade.

The surprising performance of Robert “Beto” Francis O’Rourke has worried many conservatives in Texas. Changing demographics in the state are making it more competitive for Democrats.

Now, the GOP must start passing good policies so that it can add more people to its base, while still maintaining the support of hardcore supporters.

From here on out, however, every vote will count and the GOP would be wise to not alienate any part of its base by kicking the can down the road and not delivering on conservative policies.

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Leftists are Having a Meltdown Over Trump Potentially Winning Minnesota



Joshua Klein of Breitbart News reported on a leaked document that the conservative outlet obtained revealing a plan by radical leftist organizations to stoke up unrest in Minnesota after a potential Trump victory.

The group is gearing up for post-election disturbances and is planning to carry out “strategic disruption” on a large scale.

TakeAction Minnesota is leading the charge and is calling for leftists to get out on the streets according to a confidential document being passed around the group’s leadership. The document serves as an instruction manual for what leftists should do out on the streets in the next week.

The draft can be read here: Draft 1 — MN Democracy Defense Plan (1) by Breitbart News

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“We believe that regardless of the strength of the Minnesota election system, mass mobilization will and must happen in Minnesota to defend democracy,” the leaked document stated.

“We expect that this mobilization will create space and opportunity for unrest, primarily in Minneapolis. In this context, the situation could rapidly spiral beyond control depending on the nature of the unrest and the State’s reaction.”

The group alluded to the right-wing, in addition to the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD), as potential actors who will incite or facilitate violence. In light of these facts, Minnesota leftist organizations must be ready for unrest according to the document’s advice.

“The possibility of right-wing violence is real, as is the possibility of MPD inciting or enabling violence,” the document declared. Further, it contended that the MPD is “either disengaged or instigating tension” since the “uprising” that kicked off in the aftermath of George Floyd.

TakeAction Minnesota was heavily involved in the mass movement after the death of George Floyd. They were one of the most vocal groups calling for the abolition of MPD and became a leader in the national push to “defund the police.” After the group made enough noise, a veto-proof majority of the Minneapolis City Council promised to dissolve the Police Department, while vowing to replace it with a new system of public safety.

Leftist groups in Minneapolis expect a wide range of possibilities on November 3 — unclear results, Trump refusing to accept the results, or a suspected case of election interference in the chance that Trump wins.

The document cites an alleged rise in “white nationalist organization and activity” which has generated “multiple nights of infiltrator terror that targeted Black and brown business corridors and nearby neighborhoods” during “the most recent uprisings.”

“It is possible Black churches may also become a target. St. Cloud and Duluth are also two cities to keep in mind given their proximity to large white nationalist geographies and demographic and ideological make-up,” the document cautioned. “Additionally, we know of white nationalist infiltration and organization at Greater Minnesota universities.”

One section titled “Theory of What Will Happen,”  ends up predicting a contested election in Minnesota and other states. This section outlines the groups’ role to “support efforts by the State (led by the Governor, Attorney General and Secretary of State) to resolve the contest rapidly and to prevent right-wing vigilantes, with or without the support of local officials, from interfering with the certification of Minnesota’s electors by the ‘safe harbor’ date [December 8, the last day for states to resolve contested election results]” and “to prevent illegitimate Federal efforts to intervene on behalf of local right-wing groups.”

Should other states have disputed elections, the leftist organizations have vowed a swift response.

“Knowing that there may be energy to join nearby mass mobilizations, we may choose to host actions here to diminish the amount of out-of-state actors activating in that contest,” the document read. “For contests farther away, we will work to maintain public demand as asked to support their work and coordinated via national infrastructure.”

Election Day is quickly coming and Minnesota will be a key battleground state for people to watch. Trump barely lost it by 45,000 votes and as of now Biden is ahead by 48.0 to 43.3 on RealClearPolitics. Win or lose, Minnesota will remain a crucial state for a newly re-aligned GOP’s electoral strategy.

Trump must continue hammering away at his pro-law & order to ensure victory in this state and coast on to a resounding victory in the General Election.


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