Wednesday, August 20, 2014


An educated populace is key to this battle.  It was almost beyond surreal to hear Governor Perry and his supporters claim that in Texas the Republicans are disproportionately being targeted by the Public Integrity Unit headed by the Travis County District Attorney's office, which is headed by a Democrat.

Newsflash for the Republicams - the Public Integrity unit is tasked to investigate corruption within Texas government.  For over 20 years the Republicans have been in control of Texas government - who else but Republicans as the party in control would be the primary targets?  Germans?

The racist move by the Republicans is happening at multiple levels.  It began with the education system.  If you rewrite history in textbooks, you might be able to shape the minds of young Texans to be Republicans.

"Even the course on world history did not escape the board’s scalpel.

Cynthia Dunbar, a lawyer from Richmond who is a strict constitutionalist and thinks the nation was founded on Christian beliefs, managed to cut Thomas Jefferson from a list of figures whose writings inspired revolutions in the late 18th century and 19th century, replacing him with St. Thomas Aquinas, John Calvin and William Blackstone. (Jefferson is not well liked among conservatives on the board because he coined the term “separation between church and state.”)

When you have to attack Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence, you are reaching and desperate.


"Efforts by Hispanic board members to include more Latino figures as role models for the state’s large Hispanic population were consistently defeated, prompting one member, Mary Helen Berlanga, to storm out of a meeting late Thursday night, saying, “They can just pretend this is a white America and Hispanics don’t exist.”

Source NYT


Travis county is under the jurisdiction of Republican US Attorney Robert Pitman.  If you doubt his partisan selective prosecution consider this.  It is Pitman who should have brought the indictment against his fellow Republican Rick Perry, but he did not.

"At the time, her office was investigating insider dealing in Perry’s signature Texas Cancer Research and Prevention Institute. Perry would have named Lehmberg’s replacement."

Source:  DMN

Her being the Travis County DA.  Do you believe for one second that if a county commissioner threatened DA Saenz's budget if Saenz pursued an investigation against that commissioner, or his friends, the US Attorney would not prosecute?  They would, but then we are Hispanic and Democrat, and not a Republican governor who can derail US Attorney Robert Pitman's life time judicial appointment.

During the Marchant trial, his attorney raised the issue that Republican US Attorney Robert Pitman was disproportionally targeting Hispanics.  Republican federal judge Hanen threatened Marchant's attorney with sanctions if he pursued the accusation.  When a federal judge uses sanctions to silence accusations of racism, we have a problem. 

Judge Hanen seems to think he and his corrupt wife are immune from scrutiny.  They are not.  Federal Judge Hanen using sanctions to silence accusations of racism is beyond surreal and proves how far Republicans are prepared to go to enslave minorities.  Judge Hanen oversaw the prosecution of one Jew and several Hispanics.  When it was pointed out to him he used sanctions to silence the truth.  Judge Hanen seems to not understand the rules of his white only country club are not applicable in federal court.


A Brownsville resident who lives in Corpus is alleging that during the Rosenthal trial, Judge Hanen had lunch with Emma Perez-Trevino.  I am waiting on an affidavit, to include the names of the waitresses.  Look, most anony posts are worthless and quite frequently filled with lies.  I rejected the post for a variety of reasons.  You as my readers have read cursory posts by myself and the anony, after I rejected the original post.

But if this person produces the affidavit it could lead to the convictions of Rosenthal, Limas and Villalobos being vacated.

Hanen knows the truth - if the claim has merit then it would serve him well to simply admit to it - but if it comes out in a contentious hearing, the US Attorney could be left with no choice but to seek prosecution of Hanen and in fact his impeachment.

I want to emphasis this is an anony allegation which in my opinion are mostly false when it comes to these matters.

I decided to discuss it because I am sickened by Perry's claim that Republicans are being disproportionally targeted in corruption investigations, when from our perspective it is Democrats and Hispanics.


Judge Tagle and I have not been on the same page for a long time.  But maybe her time on the bench has brought her back to her roots.  My late sister remembers serving on a jury wherein then lawyer Tagle  represented someone in an immigration case.  My sister found Judge Tagle to be smart and passionate about protecting minorities.  She changed over time - but maybe she has now gone back to her roots.

Judge Tagle had it right during the sentencing of Sonia Solis.  The US Attorneys Office was trying to get her to give the max, while failing to prosecute any of the leaders concerning election fraud.  It is sad that the best the US Attorneys office can do is go after the little guy with no money or education, while allowing the leaders to walk.

The politiqueras have helped to steal far too many elections - that is a given - but if you are poorly educated and someone for public office tells you your conduct is legal, you tend to believe them.  This does not excuse the conduct - it simply helps us understand the problem with the system.  The mislead ignorant and poor are prosecuted, while the leaders walk.

Now Republican Greg Abbott seeks to target in state court more minorities who are poorly educated, while doing nothing about the leaders.  Abbott cannot go after the leaders without going after Gilberto Hinojosa, and that is not an option without causing a major uprising statewide by Democrats and Independents.  So Greg Abbott being the coward he is goes after old Hispanic women  who were played by the candidates. 

Greg Abbott's criminal enforcement section cannot seem to find Republicans to prosecute - but prosecuting old Hispanic women comes easy to him.

Criminals need to be prosecuted - that is easy - but what sparked this post was Governor Perry's claim Republicans are being targeted disproportionately.  It is a distraction from the racist use of the courts to punish poorly educated minorities, while the bosses walk.

The politiqueras should not walk.  But we need to end it with offering them Pretrial Diversion.  The virus of ballot harvesting is dead.  This is good - but to only punish the poor and ignorant for what happened is wrong, while the bosses walk.

Gilberto Hinojosa is the one who needs to be prosecuted - but the political reality of that affords Hinojosa protection.  Corruption rules - but hey so long as you can put poor ignorant old Hispanic women in jail, you are a hero in the eyes of the Republican Party.

1 comment:

BobbyWC said...

DOJ and federal courts take notice of this post.

Whenever someone at the federal court house here in Brownsville gets on line it will show Richardson.

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They are not happy with this post. they know if the witness in Corpus comes through they are in for a very bad time

Although I must say if experience teaches me anything, there is a good chance the reader in Corpus lied because of a personal issue with Emma
Bobby WC