Vice President Kamala Harris had a message of support for Texas Democrats who fled the state rather than vote on a new election integrity bill.
“I do want to first start by making a statement about the legislators in Texas who are showing extraordinary courage and commitment,” Harris said. “I met with them when many of them traveled to Washington D.C., we sat down and had an extensive conversation in the Roosevelt room in the White House and I applaud them standing for the rights of all Americans and all Texans to express their voice through their vote unencumbered.”
“They are leaders who are marching in the path that so many others before did it, when they fought and many died for the right to vote,” Harris added.
The “leaders” whom Harris is referring to are Texas Democrats who refuse to accept the results of a “democratic” election and are dodging a vote on new election integrity laws. The “commitment” the vice president mentioned refers to grabbing a case of beer and “flee-a-bustering” the state to avoid a quorum.
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