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Texas AG Sends Threatening Warning to Biden After Impeachment Fails

Just hours after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was acquitted of state impeachment charges, he sent a scathing warning to President Joe Biden, who is facing similar calls to oust him from office.

On Saturday, Paxton released a letter to the Biden White House, telling the president to “buckle up” after defeating the “sham impeachment.”

“The sham impeachment coordinated by the Biden Administration with liberal House Speaker Dade Phelan and his kangaroo court has cost taxpayers millions of dollars, disrupted the work of the Office of Attorney General, and left a dark and permanent stain on the Texas House,” Paxton’s letter read.

All 12 Democrats, plus two Republicans— Sens. Robert Nichols and Kelly Hancock— in the jury voted for his impeachment. The jury needed 21 votes to confirm the impeachment, but a two-thirds majority was not reached.

“The weaponization of the impeachment process to settle political differences is not only wrong, it is immoral and corrupt,” Paxton’s letter continued.

The Republican criticized the Biden Administration for infringing upon American’s rights, promising the president that the time will come for him to face the same political persecution he targets toward conservatives.

“Finally, I can promise the Biden Administration the following: buckle up because your lawless policies will not go unchallenged,” Paxton’s letter added.

“We will not allow you to shred the constitution and infringe on the rights of Texans. You will be held accountable.”

Paxton was accused of abusing his political power to hire Nate Paul, a real estate developer who employed Paxton’s Laura Olson, with whom he allegedly had an affair.

In June, Paul was indicted for allegedly making false statements to several banks.

The attorney general was also accused of dereliction duty, retaliating against former employees who reported his alleged wrongdoings to authorities, and making false statements regarding whistleblower accusations from former staffers.

Paxton’s attorney, Tony Buzbee, suggested the impeachment effort against the attorney general was a “political witch hunt,” saying, “I would suggest that this trial has displayed, for the country to see, a partisan fight within the Republican Party.”

READ 15 COMMENTS
  • Encore says:

    I don’t want empty threats without action. Now AG Paxton has the tools, following the very same blueprint Biden and his rat minions enlisted to take home down.
    Paxton is expected to keep his word and tear Biden, his flunks and the two turncoat, backstabbing Texas republican senators a new one.
    Hold no bars! Rip them apart as they attempted to do him. Give them the same quarter they gave him…NONE!!

  • Floating boats says:

    SUE HELL OUT OF THEM FOR DEFAMATION OF YOUR CHARACTER, AND other charges.

  • LetsGoBrandon says:

    As the old saying goes “You have to fight fire with fire”. It’s time for red state AGs to start bringing up charges against as many Bidung administration people as possible.

  • Richard says:

    Now Paxton should go after Biden’s homeland security over the floating barrier in the Rio Grande the United States government has said the Rio Grande river is not navigable and now homeland security is claiming that it is the different departments in the federal government have no idea what they are doing one says one thing and another one says just the opposite but until they get together and figure out which one is right they should leave Texas alone because the feds don’t patrol the river Texas does it is the game wardens that do it

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