Saturday, September 30 Bitcoin là gì? Có nên đầu tư vào bitcoin hay không?

(Natural News) The Republican-controlled Texas House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to impeach state Attorney General Ken Paxton on Saturday, leaving former President Donald Trump angry and vowing to “fight” them over the issue.

A significant majority of over 81 percent of the members voted in favor of impeaching Paxton on the 20 articles that were filed by the House General Investigations Committee. The final vote tally was 121 in favor (ayes), 23 against (nays), with two members present but not voting, and three abstentions, Breitbart News reported.

“The debate which lasted nearly four hours centered mostly around the process that some members believed was rushed and did not provide due process. Members of the General Investigations Committee laid out the facts they believe support the matter moving forward to a trial in the Texas Senate,” the outlet’s report continued.

“Today is a very grim and difficult day for this House and for the state of Texas,” House General Investigations Committee member David Spiller (R-Jacksboro) said on the House floor.

But that said, most of the objections were not about whether Paxton was innocent of the allegations. Rather, they were about the process.

“This process is indefensible,” Representative John Smithee, (R-Amarillo) said on the floor of the House. “It concerns me a lot because today it could be General Paxton, tomorrow it could be you and the next day it could be me.”

Paxton tweeted to his supporters after the vote.

“I am beyond grateful to have the support of millions of Texans who recognize that what we just witnessed is illegal, unethical, and profoundly unjust. I look forward to a quick resolution in the Texas Senate, where I have full confidence the process will be fair and just,” he said in a post containing a screenshot of his full statement.

“Republican Speaker Dade Phelan and fellow Republicans joined with Democrats to temporarily remove” the AG “from office on accusations of bribery, obstruction of justice, and abuse of public trust,” The Epoch Times reported.

The vote in favor of impeachment did not sit well with former President Trump, himself the victim of two phony impeachments.

“Free Ken Paxton, let them wait for the next elections,” Trump wrote after the impeachment vote was taken.

Trump also lashed out at GOP Gov. Greg Abbott, whom he considered an ally, for remaining silent about the events taking place with Paxton.

“MISSING IN ACTION!” Trump wrote on his Truth Social platform. “Where is the Governor of Texas on his Attorney General’s Impeachment?”



Leave a Reply