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Texas Attorney General To Biden Admin: ‘Buckle Up’

Following his full acquittal, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wasted no time in firing back at the corrupt Biden administration.

The Texas Attorney General finished his scathing response with two simple words appearing in one of the final passages of the letter: ‘Buckle up.’

I know I wasn’t the only one shocked when I heard of Ken Paxton’s impeachment at the hands of his fellow GOP colleagues, and it has to be asked: who is goading these people on to attack Paxton?

Is it hold-outs from the Bush era, Soros-backed globalists, or the Biden administration itself?

While we don’t have the answers to these questions yet, we do have the letter Ken Paxton penned to his supporters and the Biden admin in the wake of his legal victory:

Charlie Kirk recently sat down with Ken Paxton’s lead defense attorney, Tony Buzbee to discuss elements of the impeachment case against Paxton, which has since been resolved in his favor.

Fox News explained:

Paxton, a Republican, was accused of corruption, bribery and unfitness for office by a bipartisan group of Texas state senators.

All 12 Democrats in the jury voted for his impeachment, along with two Republicans: Sens. Robert Nichols and Kelly Hancock.

Lou Dobbs shared what he felt was one of the best moments of the impeachment proceedings and Buzbee’s brilliant defense of the Texas Attorney General.

Rogan O’Handley asked a series of pressing questions: “Ken Paxton is one of the few Republicans in Texas who fights for We the voters. The question now is, why did the Bush Swamp try so hard to stop him? What was he investigating? Is there illegal activity w/Biden’s open border agenda? GOP accomplices?”

Washington Examiner added:

Paxton, a third-term Republican politician, targeted his political enemies, including those in Washington.

Texas has sued the Biden White House more times than any other state, but on Saturday afternoon, the upset attorney general vowed to take his legal fights against the federal government up a notch.


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