Tuesday, September 02, 2014

"Abortion Barbie" Wendy Davis Lies, Thinks Greg Abbott Has Power To Keep Prayers From Being Answered

How bad is Wendy "Abortion Barbie" Davis losing in her campaign to be governor?

So bad that she is engaging in a smear campaign against Attorney General (and GOP nominee) Greg Abbott, claiming he has the powers to keep the prayers of cancer patients from being answered by the Almighty.

Here's the ad:

Kristin Tate at Breitbart Texas writes:
But Chris Walling, a former investigator for the Travis County district attorney's office who was part of the investigation, provided an affidavit which showed that neither Abbott nor Perry are guilty of corruption.

The investigation into CPRIT is now closed. Only Jerald Combs, the former Chief Commercialization Officer of the CPRIT, was indicted. Combs had not contributed to Abbott in the past, according to the Texas Ethics Commission.

The affidavit provided by Walling stated that there was "no evidence whatsoever" that anyone other than the indicted individual was responsible for any wrongdoing.

As Breitbart Texas previously reported, Abbott appointed Jay Dyer to represent him on CPRIT's board. Hirsch previously told Breitbart Texas that Abbott appointed Dyer to represent him "to retain his independence and remove himself from potential conflicts."

(Abbott campaign director Matt) Hirsch added, "Having just lost a family member to cancer, Greg Abbott thinks it offensive that the Davis campaign would knowingly use the Cancer Institute as a political ploy--especially when her claims are completely false. Texans deserve better."
That's pretty bad to falsely attack someone who lost a family member to cancer, but what else are to we expect from the Abortion Barbie, especially when groups linked to her attacked Abbott for being paraplegic.

1 comment:

Edgy said...

One of the reasons I love Texas after moving here from California is the Bravo Sierra is called out and placed in the compost heap where it belongs. And people who do harm are arrested and thrown into jail, not sent to shrink to have their feelings analyzed to see if they've been oppressed by someone as an excuse for bad behaviour.

And guns.

And BBQ.

And The Cowboys.

(Okay...maybe the last one's a stretch but I've been a fan since birth!)