Blaming the “unruly mob” (which is his description of Texas women), Dewhurst first said the vote on SB5 was taken at 11:59 pm. However, the computerize time stamp said 12:02 am. How do you resolve that? Well, Darlin’, you simply change the time stamp to say what you want it to say. In other words, you commit the felony offense of tampering with a government document. That is what Dewhurst did.
Now conveniently, Governor Rick Perry vetoed funding for the public integrity unit of the Travis County DA’s office earlier this month, so Dewhurst knew full well that he couldn’t be prosecuted for this felony. It’s like they made bank robbery legal and expected Republicans not to rob banks because it’s the morally wrong thing to do. Super DeLux Brand Christians have to have rules in order to behave because they have no damn morals.
So, when photographic evidence was produce that Dewhurst has no morals, a quick back room private caucus was held of the Texas senate. I have no way of knowing, of course, what happened in that back room but I’ll bet Senator Dan Patrick and David Dewhurst were wishing they had worn Depends.
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