Texas AG Ken Paxton taking aim at critics, Biden after defeating impeachment push

November 20, 2023

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) is preparing a blitzkrieg against Google, President Joe Biden and those who tried to impeach him just a couple of months ago in what many described as an attempted political coup.

Paxton appeared for an interview on the Just the News, No Noise television show on Friday and put all of his enemies on notice.

The AG stated, "We are fortunate that we have so many people that have been motivated by what happened this last (legislative) session, where they didn't pass border security, where they didn’t pass school choice, where they didn't do as much on property tax to get the reductions that it should have. And then they impeach me in the last couple of days of the session without any notice, without any involvement, without any transparency. And I think the voters are upset about this."

Paxton is an incredibly popular ally of former President Donald Trump, and the Texas Republican Party's attempt to remove him from office over bogus charges spoke to deep corruption that Paxton will now be working to expose.

He went on to address his hopes that accountability soon comes to controversial Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan, who spearheaded the aforementioned impeachment push, saying, "It's been too long in Texas, where the Texas House actually answered to the voters … People are running all over Texas to defeat some of these House members that have supported Dade. And by the way, he's got several opponents. And I think there's a very good chance that we're going to win these elections, a lot of them."

Paxton is also preparing to go to war with the Biden administration over arresting those who cross the border illegally. Texans should be excited for the future as Paxton is extremely motivated and is ready to go scorched earth on the corrupt system.

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