Thursday, March 24, 2016

 
MORGAN GRAHAM PREVAILS IN REMOVING JOHN CHAMBERS FROM BALLOT
 
 
Just minutes ago in today's orders
 
16-0202
 
 
IN RE JOHN CHAMBERS
 
as amended
motion for injunctive relief denied
 
 
They did not give a reason. Time in these type cases is always a challenge. They had to resolve conflicts between the Election code, and Occupation Code. What has to happen now is the Republicans need to put their differences aside and work toward November. The Trump factor is a big unknown. I know a lot of Democrats voting for De Coss for Judge. But if the factions in the Republican Party cannot simply move forward and put this behind them it will hurt De Coss, and that will be sad.

The only thing I would say should continue is Morgan must find out who set up that bogus dating page. Let the axe falls where it falls.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Disappointed doesn't even begin to explain how I feel. But you are right about everything else especially about Republicans coming together. As for me I'M VOTING OMAR LUCIO. There has to be a balance and having a Rep DA and sheriff isn't the way to have balance. John Chambers ran a good race and truth of the matter HE WON in my eyes HE WON.

Anonymous said...

"MORGAN, MORGAN, MORGAN, MARRIED TO A LAWYER AND YOU STILL CANNOT GET IT RIGHT" Only she did.

BobbyWC said...

Well actually she did get it wrong - she stated in her reasoning John Chambers could not get his license back.

In her brief before the Texas Supreme Court she provided a letter from the General Counsel for Texas Commission on Law Enforcement who said John Chambers is licensable in the future if

"(i) A revoked license cannot be reinstated unless the licensee provides proof of facts supporting the revocation have been negated, such as:


(1) the felony conviction has been reversed or set aside on direct or collateral appeal, or a pardon based on subsequent proof of innocence has been issued."

So she was wrong which is what I said.

John lost because they were required to find the Republican SOS gave her bad legal advice, and there was a conflict between the Occupation Code and the Election Code.

Her counsel never raised it, but it was clear in Chamber's brief.

So her reasoning was 100% wrong.

But like I said many times, it could go either way. I said it because I saw the conflict and saw the problem of an all Republican Supreme Court declaring the Republican SOS giving Morgan bad legal advice.

You did not help her - but you idiots want to keep this going and keep the party divided instead of finding a way to put it behind you and unite the Party so de Coss has a chance.

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

Exactly. Well said. I love how you back things up.

Anonymous said...

What a breath of fresh air! Reasonable blog comments; who would have thought.
Thanks, Bobby, for screening your comments for content, unlike the other blogs.