“I certainly would not want a Constitutional Convention. I mean whoa. Who knows what would come out of that?”

April 17, 2014, as a member of the Supreme Court, Justice Scalia made this statement:

“I certainly would not want a Constitutional Convention. I mean whoa. Who knows what would come out of that?”

(Click here to see video of Scalia’s statement.)

Time to drain the swamp!

Do you find it interesting (annoying?) that some of the same people (and elected officials) that criticized Donald Trump when he was running are now acting like they are right there with him?

Interesting that paid staff of some of our elected officials would advocate for Hillary Clinton while on the payroll (Hatch Act violation?) and then their boss would make a play for leadership in the government. Perhaps they don’t understand that we are trying to get rid of ALL of the Swamp Rats!

Please don’t take for granted that things are going to get better just because we finally have a leader in the White House. “Washington D.C. is broken” is not simply a platitude about the President. HOLD CONGRESS ACCOUNTABLE!

Abbott Says He’s Fully Behind Trump, Hopes for Double-Digit Win in Texas

Abbott Says He’s Fully Behind Trump, Hopes for Double-Digit Win in Texas

Gov. Greg Abbott is shown in November 2015 proposing reforms against "sanctuary cities" that he wants Texas lawmakers to consider in the 2017 legislative session.

Gov. Greg Abbott is shown in November 2015 proposing reforms against “sanctuary cities” that he wants Texas lawmakers to consider in the 2017 legislative session.

WACO — Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing back against the suggestion that his support for Donald Trump is lukewarm, saying “of course” he is all in for the Republican presidential nominee — and that he hopes Trump wins Texas by double digits.

“Listen, this election is a binary choice — it’s not none of the above,” Abbott told The Texas Tribune here Thursday when questioned about the extent of his support for Trump. “The future of America is going to be dramatically affected by the outcome of this race.”

“Aside from all of the optics that are going on out there, policy-wise, there is a huge contrast that will set America on a complete polar opposite direction depending on the outcome of this election,” Abbott added, speaking with the Tribune before a Chamber of Commerce luncheon. 

Abbott, who supported U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas during the GOP presidential primary season, has been viewed as a less-than-vocal backer of Trump. Since Trump became the presumptive nominee, Abbott has rarely praised Trump by name and passed on opportunities to campaign with the nominee in Texas.

On Thursday, however, Abbott was a bit more laudatory than usual, saying he trusts Trump to appoint conservative judges, secure the border and cut government regulations. 

“Trump is stepping up and doing what Texans are asking for, and that is securing the border,” Abbott said, later adding, “I think Trump understands the necessity and the ways that we can reduce regulations.” 

Abbott’s appearance at the luncheon came hours after the release of another poll showing an unusually close race for the White House in Texas, a solidly red state. The Texas Lyceum survey found Trump leading Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by only 7 percentage points among likely voters.

“We are not going to take Texas for granted,” Abbott said. “I and my team that I put together in my governor’s race — we formed the most formidable ground game ever that’s existed in the state of Texas — we are unleashing it across the state of Texas. This will ensure what we will hope will be a double-digit victory.”

Abbott is putting his political operation into use Saturday, when he is set to campaign in San Antonio with U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-San Antonio, who is in a heated rematch with Alpine Democrat Pete Gallego

Washington Post poll has Clinton and Trump locked in dead heat in Texas.

The stakes are high. Watch out for “fake” Republicans. Remember the last General Election when certain elements worked for the Democrats and Libertarians. Just because they claim to work for conservatives, doesn’t make it so. It is time for us to take a stand and work to elect new leadership. Tell your friends, family, and neighbors that Donald J. Trump is the only choice for conservatives in America.

November 8, 2016 General Election

The General Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Last day to register for this election is October 11. Early voting takes place from October 24 – November 4.

The Trump campaign has an exciting new online phone-from-home tool called Trump Talk.

Texas volunteers will be able to call voters in battleground states and help Trump win.

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