Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Perry Mugshot Sticks It To Dems...Plus, More Proof Indictment Is Sleezy Partisan Politics

Yesterday, Texas Governor Rick Perry gave Texas and national Democrats a proverbial "flipping of the bird."

After speaking to supporters gathered outside, Perry took the following mug shot photo...

Compare that to the corrupt, drunken Democrat for whom Texas Democrats protected by going after Perry, for demanding the lush DA resign or he would veto funding for the Travesty County, TX Public Integrity Unit.

If that wasn't enough, Perry even stopped at Sandy's hamburger stand on Barton Springs Road in Austin for some ice cream (they have some great custard there).

If anything, the way Perry is playing this does more to help than hurt him. Even a writer at the notoriously left-wing Washington ComPost says the indictment could be "a blessing in disguise."

If you needed more proof how much this indictment is Texas sized BS, here's something you didn't know about the group who brought the complaint against Perry (IBD).
Enter George Soros, who holds all those views and whose non-government organizations are behind the funding of Texans for Public Justice via his Open Society Institute, the Sunlight Foundation and indirectly through other groups that hand cash out to causes they believe in.
They've given Texans for Public Justice at least $200,000 to masquerade as a public-spirited, good-government group instead of the pack of partisan hacks that it is.
Here's more. The Houston Comicle reported how members of the grand jury in Travesty County were "offended" by the idea that the Perry indictment was political.

But, according to Media Trackers....
Rho Chalmers, who disclosed to the Houston Chronicle yesterday that she was a member of the grand jury that indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry, was an active delegate to the Texas Democratic Party convention during grand jury proceedings. Chalmers’ active participation in Democratic state politics is important because she claimed yesterday to the Houston Chronicle that her decision to indict Perry, a Republican, was not based on politics.
“For me, it’s not a political decision,” Chalmers told the newspaper. “That’s what a grand jury is about – take the emotion out of it and look at the facts and make your best decision based on your life experience.”
More troubling, however, is the fact that Chalmers attended, photographed, and commented on an event with Democratic state Sen. Kirk Watson while grand jury proceedings were ongoing.
Watson was a witness in front of the grand jury. On June 27, 2014, Chalmers shared a photo of the Watson event on a community Facebook page she started called Developer’s Dungeon. “Senator Kirk Watson telling the story of the Wendy Davis fillibuster (sic),” she wrote in a comment accompanying the picture.
...Numerous posts from both of Chalmers’ Facebook pages — her personal page, which she shares with her husband, Davis, and her “Developer’s Dungeon” page — make clear that she is a partisan Democratic activist, and that she was an active participant in the Texas Democratic Party’s state convention in June while grand jury proceedings were ongoing.
In one Facebook post on her personal page from June 28, she snapped a selfie showcasing her convention credentials.
Rho Chalmers TDPC Selfie
In a separate post on her “Developer’s Dungeon page,” Chalmers showcased her Texas Democratic Party convention credentials and bragged about her participation on the party’s Rules Committee.
“The Rules Committee was challenging but fun. A little over half a day to resolve everything but we ‘got er done’!” she wrote. She then liked and shared that post using her personal Facebook page, where she noted that she was “pleasantly surprised that I wasn’t completely lost on this committee.”
Rho Chalmers TDPC CredentialsRho Chalmers Rules Committee Pleasantly Surprised
Each of these posts was made while the grand jury was convened and its proceedings were ongoing.
Other Facebook activity from Chalmers also demonstrates her partisan political leanings. Her personal Facebook page shows that Chalmers “likes” the following Facebook groups: University Democrats, Central Austin Democrats, Black Austin Democrats, and South Travis United Democrats.
The University Democrats Facebook page crowed about Perry’s indictment shortly after it was announced.
Never mind that Chalmers and the other jurors broke the judge's orders not to discuss the case.

Yeah, if you believe the grand jury wasn't political, I have ocean front property in Arizona to sell you!

For that fact alone, this phony indictment should be thrown out on jury nullification.

And liberals are hardly the ones who need to lecture on ethics, especially when they defend their own lowlifes in their own party for the sake of "party before anything else."

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