President Trump and Texas GOP Chair Stand for Patriot Convoy Against FBI Persecution
President Donald Trump and Texas Republican Party chairman Allen West are speaking out on behalf of a patriotic convoy who had a run-in with a Biden/Harris bus and some irresponsible liberal motorists on Friday.
The FBI in San Antonio has reported that they are “aware of the incident and investigating,” presumably to punish the Trump supporters who refused to back down to Democrat intimidation on the roadways.
The video of the confrontation can be seen here:
LMAO. These people get more outraged by a slight car bump than Antifa burning down cities https://t.co/FJRqhu5dcj
— Scott Greer 6’2” IQ 187 (@ScottMGreer) October 31, 2020
While liberals are trying to make a slight fender bender out to be some sort of hate crime, President Trump is refusing to surrender to the idiotic leftist narrative and standing with his supporters who trolled the Biden bus.
Chairman West’s response was even more based when he responded to the Texas Tribune for a comment about the story.
“Three Trump supporters have been executed, one in Portland, one in Denver, and one Milwaukee. A leftist mob attempted to storm the house of the McCloskeys, threatened to burn their house down, rape Mrs. McCloskey, and then kill them both,” Chairman West said.
“Where is the liberal corporate media’s concern about that real violence? Additionally, none of what your question implies is accurate. It is more fake news and propaganda,” he added. “Prepare to lose…stop bothering me. Maybe Soros can cut y’all another check in 2022.”
Big League Politics reported on Allen West’s insurgent victory against his well-funded establishment challenger in his race for Texas GOP chair earlier this year:
Retired U.S Army lieutenant colonel Allen West will be the new chairman of the Republican Party of Texas.
This past weekend, Texas GOP delegates overwhelmingly voted to replace the incumbent Chairman James Dickey.
West served in Congress from 2010 to 2012.
Brandon Waltens noted that “Dickey was originally selected by members of the State Republican Executive Committee to fill a vacancy after the resignation of former Chairman Tom Mechler, and won re-election in 2018 after an unsuccessful challenge from Cindy Crocker Asche.”
West made it a point to be more active as chairman of the Texas GOP and actually score legislative wins. He also made it clear that Republicans must actually stand up to their Democrat rivals.
“It is time that the Republicans in Texas act like they’re in the majority, and not have Democrats as chairmen of very important committees that undermine our legislative priorities, like what we saw happen with constitutional carry, or even putting them on critical boards and commissions such as the Legislative Budget Board,” declared West in a questionnaire that Texas Scorecard sent out. “We need to act like we’re in the majority and respond to the grassroots and priorities of the people that elected Republicans to be where they are in the state of Texas.”
The convention was originally set to be held in Houston. However, the Democrat Mayor Sylvester Turner ended up canceling the party’s contract with the George R. Brown Convention Center.
This move forced the GOP to hold the convention online…
Nevertheless, voting still took place and West declared victory in a Facebook post around 3:15 A.M. on July 20.
The result was officially confirmed during a general session at noon on July 20 after Dickey handed the gavel over to West.
The Republican Party under President Trump is starting to take shape, with state governments growing more hardcore against the Democrats. The GOP is playing to win the war for the nation against the Left.