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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton made headlines for his recent impeachment at the hands of his colleagues in the Texas General Assembly—an impeachment that ultimately found him free and clear of all charges.
The Texas AG has been one of the most vocal opponents of the Biden regime and its failed policies. He has also been a stalwart defender of election integrity since day one.
Now Ken Paxton has come out to detail coordinated efforts to block him from prosecuting any election fraud cases and he blames it on none other than the infamous George Soros.
Glenn Beck recently sat down and spoke with Paxton: “The Texas Court of Appeals, consisting of an anonymous group of ‘Republicans,’ has just made it IMPOSSIBLE for Ken Paxton to prosecute voter fraud. And he tells me that (of course) it’s all tied to George Soros.”
The Texas Court of Appeals, consisting of an anonymous group of ‘Republicans,’ has just made it IMPOSSIBLE for @KenPaxtonTX to prosecute voter fraud. And he tells me that (of course) it's all tied to George Soros. pic.twitter.com/74L8WY2B41
— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) September 21, 2023
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton also sat down with Tucker Carlson to discuss his impeachment trial and why he believes he is being targeted by malicious actors.
Ep. 25 Liberals like Karl Rove just tried to annihilate Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. It didn't work. Paxton just joined us for his first interview since his acquittal. pic.twitter.com/SAJGNN5LXW
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) September 21, 2023
Glenn Beck had a copy of the transcript on his website, Paxton told Beck:
“They struck down a law from 1951. And, by the way, I have four things that I’m supposed to do in the Constitution.
And the final thing is, such things that are required by law. In 1951, the legislature, directed by the attorney general, the only thing that I have jurisdiction on, as early as criminal matters is voter fraud.
And a court of criminal appeals. All Republican, by the way.
And, by the way, no one knows who they are. This is why they’ve been put there.
And I’m convinced they’re not Republicans. Because they struck down this law. And they said, I don’t have the authority to go to court. As an attorney general.
Because I’m in the executive branch. That was their rationale for striking down things.
Unconstitutional for the attorney general to be in court. I’m like, is that the most insane thing ever?”
One user highlights this segment of the conversation where Attorney General Paxton claimed his office was handling 900 cases of election fraud—all 900 were blocked by Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan.
Ken Paxton’s office was handling 900 cases of voter fraud and Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan blocked them all. pic.twitter.com/Cf3ThelfFM
— Phenomenology (@BerryRazi) September 21, 2023
Kyle Becker likewise provided coverage of Paxton’s recent claims: “Attorney General Ken Paxton revealed how a ‘secretive’ Texas court has blocked him from prosecuting voter fraud.”
JUST IN: Attorney General Ken Paxton revealed how a 'secretive' Texas court has blocked him from prosecuting voter fraud https://t.co/TmvqkrHdpC
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) September 21, 2023
Fox News had more on AG Paxton’s recent acquittal:
Though there is bipartisan support for impeachment, votes to convict on each charge did not clear the 21-vote threshold. Republican Sens.
Robert Nichols and Kelly Hancock joined all 12 Democrats to vote in favor of conviction on several charges.
“Today, the truth prevailed. The truth could not be buried by mudslinging politicians or their powerful benefactors,” Paxton said in a statement thanking his supporters after the verdict was delivered.