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Abbott Caved Into Trump "Within Minutes"
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Lee
2021-09-30 15:40:52 UTC
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"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30

A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.

“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.

The former president, who for almost
a year has baselessly claimed the
2020 election was stolen, demanded
an audit of Texas’ vote in an open
letter to Mr Abbott on Thursday.

“Despite my big win in Texas, I hear
Texans want an election audit!” wrote
Mr Trump, who won the state in November.
“Texas needs you to act now … Your
citizens don’t trust the election
system, and they want your leadership
on this issue, which is the number one
thing they care about.”

Hours later, Texas’ Secretary of State’s
Office announced that there would be an
audit of the election. But according to
Judge Jenkins, no one at that office
seemed to have a plan for how the audit
would work.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/texas-abbo
tt-trump-election-audit-b1928556.html?utm_source=reddit.com
PIBB
2021-09-30 19:51:32 UTC
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Post by Lee
[...]
Hours later, Texas’ Secretary of State’s
Office announced that there would be an
audit of the election. But according to
Judge Jenkins, no one at that office
seemed to have a plan for how the audit
would work.
It's going to be another charade but Trump's true purpose is to erode
public confidence in the electoral process.
Mitchell Holman
2021-10-01 01:56:52 UTC
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Post by PIBB
Post by Lee
[...]
Hours later, Texas’ Secretary of State’s
Office announced that there would be an
audit of the election. But according to
Judge Jenkins, no one at that office
seemed to have a plan for how the audit
would work.
It's going to be another charade but Trump's true purpose is to erode
public confidence in the electoral process.
The long term interest of the GOP is
to gain power and then abolish elections
as "flawed" and "untrustworthy".
Blue Lives Matter
2021-10-01 10:08:02 UTC
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On Thu, 30 Sep 2021 20:56:52 -0500, Mitchell Holman
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by PIBB
Post by Lee
[...]
Hours later, Texas’ Secretary of State’s
Office announced that there would be an
audit of the election. But according to
Judge Jenkins, no one at that office
seemed to have a plan for how the audit
would work.
It's going to be another charade but Trump's true purpose is to erode
public confidence in the electoral process.
The long term interest of the GOP is
to gain power and then abolish elections
as "flawed" and "untrustworthy".
That's from Mitchel Hollowhead who wants non-citizens to vote.
Chris Voigtlander
2021-10-01 14:33:51 UTC
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Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
<chuckle> Kremlin Girl reveals her ignorance so easily. County "judges" in
Texas are not part of the judiciary, i.e. court judges. They are executives.
NoBody
2021-10-02 13:15:01 UTC
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Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
The county is expected to pay for
recount because a private citizen in
Flodida wants it?
Your response has nothing to do with what I said.
Lee
2021-10-04 15:05:31 UTC
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wrote: >>
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
The county is expected to pay for
recount because a private citizen in
Flodida wants it?
Your response has nothing to do with what I said.
The County Judge in Texas countries
administer the commissioners courts, they
can be as be as partisan as they want.

Now answer the question, why should
Texas taxpayers pay for an election audit
that only a private citizen in Florida wants?
Siri Cruise
2021-10-04 18:06:44 UTC
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Post by Lee
Now answer the question, why should
Texas taxpayers pay for an election audit
that only a private citizen in Florida wants?
Yes.

In for a penny, in for fat ass.
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e***@post.com
2021-10-02 13:27:22 UTC
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Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
NoBody
2021-10-03 14:03:25 UTC
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Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the judge.
You really aren't very bright, are you?
Lee
2021-10-04 15:10:16 UTC
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wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the judge.
You really aren't very bright, are you?
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.


"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
NoBody
2021-10-09 14:00:57 UTC
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Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the judge.
You really aren't very bright, are you?
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan? Most people
expect that a judge should be open and fair. I hope you never appear
before this judge or have a concern that he must address.
Ben Lenz
2021-10-09 16:08:15 UTC
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Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects [sic]
*affects*, you ignorant illiterate fuck.
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
the lack of impartiality from the judge.
You really aren't very bright, are you?
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
The county judge is *not* a judicial judge. He is the county executive, and he
runs as a partisan.
Post by NoBody
Most people expect that a judge should be open and fair.
Most educated people know that Texas county "judges" are not judges as people in
all other states understand the word. Except for some minor justice of the
peace functions, they do not preside over trials. They are the chief executive
and administrative officer of the county. Kremlin Girl / Bit of Nothingness
sure likes being stupid.
NoBody
2021-10-10 13:40:45 UTC
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Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the judge.
You really aren't very bright, are you?
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan? Most people
expect that a judge should be open and fair. I hope you never appear
before this judge or have a concern that he must address.
And Lying Lee has fled.
Lee
2021-10-11 15:20:00 UTC
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Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the
judge. >> You really aren't very bright, are you?
Post by Lee
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
Where does it say he can't be?

The County Judge of Houston (Harris County)
isn't even a lawyer and doesn't have to be,
she is an adminstrative official elected in
a partisan election.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Hidalgo
NoBody
2021-10-14 10:40:23 UTC
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Post by Lee
Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the
judge. >> You really aren't very bright, are you?
Post by Lee
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
Where does it say he can't be?
The County Judge of Houston (Harris County)
isn't even a lawyer and doesn't have to be,
she is an adminstrative official elected in
a partisan election.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Hidalgo
Please refer back to my first response and read it through for
comprehension this time...
Blue Lives Matter
2021-10-14 14:25:30 UTC
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Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the
judge. >> You really aren't very bright, are you?
Post by Lee
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
Where does it say he can't be?
The County Judge of Houston (Harris County)
isn't even a lawyer and doesn't have to be,
she is an adminstrative official elected in
a partisan election.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Hidalgo
Please refer back to my first response and read it through for
comprehension this time...
<chuckle> Kremlin Girl / Bit of Nothingness *still* doesn't know what a Texas
county judge is. KG/BoN is stupid.
Lee
2021-10-14 15:08:12 UTC
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wrote: >>
Post by Lee
Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the
judge. >> You really aren't very bright, are you?
Post by Lee
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
Where does it say he can't be?
Well?
Post by Lee
The County Judge of Houston (Harris County)
isn't even a lawyer and doesn't have to be,
she is an adminstrative official elected in
a partisan election.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Hidalgo
Please refer back to my first response and read it through for
comprehension this time...
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NoBody
2021-10-15 10:51:21 UTC
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wrote: >>
Post by Lee
Post by Lee
wrote: >>
Post by e***@post.com
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest their
partisanship be shown.
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in most of
their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from the
judge. >> You really aren't very bright, are you?
Post by Lee
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
Where does it say he can't be?
Well?
Your question has little to do with what I said, Lying Lee.
Post by Lee
The County Judge of Houston (Harris County)
isn't even a lawyer and doesn't have to be,
she is an adminstrative official elected in
a partisan election.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Hidalgo
Please refer back to my first response and read it through for
comprehension this time...
I guess Lying Lee failed to do so.
Lee
2021-10-15 15:37:10 UTC
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wrote: >>
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
On Friday, October 1, 2021 at 10:13:07 AM UTC-4, NoBody
wrote: >> >> >> >> On Thu, 30 Sep 2021 10:40:52 -0500, "Lee"
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
"He caved in minutes": Texas judge
slams governor for agreeing to Trump’s
election audit
Sept 30
A judge in Texas says Governor Greg
Abbott gave in to Donald Trump’s
request for an election audit almost
instantly, and state officials are
still catching up.
“The reality is, Trump demanded it,
he caved in minutes later,” Dallas
County Judge Clay Jenkins told CBS
DFW.
Judges should refrain from political commentary lest
their >> >> >> >> partisanship be shown.
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
As if their partisanship often doesn't come through in
most of >> >> >> > their judgments. Fuck, you're naive.
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
An appearance of bias effects the lack of impartiality from
the >> >> judge. >> You really aren't very bright, are you?
Post by Lee
Post by NoBody
Post by Lee
Your ignorance of the is manifest. Texas
County Judges can be as partial as they want.
"The county judge is the most visible
official in county government. Often
thought of as the county’s chief
executive officer, a county judge has
broad judicial and administrative powers,
including serving as the presiding officer
of the county’s policy-making body, the
commissioners court. Referred to as
“chief justice” by early Texas
constitutions, the current office of
county judge was established by the Texas
Constitution of 1876. The county judge
presides at meetings of the Commissioners'
Court and is responsible for filing and
posting the agenda. The county judge is
also head of civil defense, disaster
relief and County welfare."
https://www.co.hood.tx.us/164/County-Judge
So where does it say he can be deliberately partisan?
Where does it say he can't be?
Well?
Your question has little to do with what I said, Lying Lee.
You claimed Texas County Judges (which
administrative positions, and who frequently
aren't even lawyers) "should refrain from
political commentary".

According to what authority?
Post by Lee
The County Judge of Houston (Harris County)
isn't even a lawyer and doesn't have to be,
she is an adminstrative official elected in
a partisan election.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lina_Hidalgo
Please refer back to my first response and read it through for
comprehension this time...
I guess Lying Lee failed to do so.
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