Flores’ upset victory casts doubt on ‘blue wave’ for Texas Democrats

Posted by Jimmy Minnish on September 21, 2018 under Links | Be the First to Comment


Updated: 4:35 p.m. Wednesday, September 19, 2018 |  Posted: 3:35 p.m. Wednesday, September 19, 2018


GOP’s Pete Flores defeated Democrat Pete Gallego in a Texas Senate district that had been solidly Democratic.

Republicans cheer, saying the special election result disproves a Democratic wave is coming.
Democrats vow to use the defeat as a wake-up call for the crucial November elections.

Casting doubt on Democratic hopes for a blue wave in Texas, Republican Pete Flores defeated Democrat Pete Gallego in Tuesday’s runoff election for a vacant seat in the state Senate — a seat that had been safely in Democratic hands for years.

With the crucial midterm elections only seven weeks away, better-organized Republicans flipped the script, boosting voter enthusiasm to propel their candidate to a special election victory despite a political climate that was expected to give an advantage to Democrats.

The result was a confidence-draining defeat for Texas Democrats, deflating their hopes of gaining enough Texas Senate seats in November to be able to block GOP priorities in the 2019 legislative session.

Flores’ victory leaves Republicans holding 21 of the Senate’s 31 seats, giving Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick a potentially stronger base of support heading into the midterm elections.

FIRST READING: Yes, he did! Retired game warden Pete Flores poaches Democratic Senate seat!

“For the first time in history, we’ll have 21 Republican senators. For the first time in history, we have a Hispanic Republican senator,” Patrick, his arm around Flores, told supporters at the campaign victory party in San Antonio. “Seven weeks from tonight, I have a message for the Democrats that Pete Flores and his hard work delivered here: All this talk about a blue wave? Well, the tide is out.”

Gilberto Hinojosa, chairman of the Texas Democratic Party, blamed Gov. Greg Abbott for scheduling a special election at a time guaranteed to suppress voter turnout, allowing Abbott, Patrick and others to fill the void with large infusions of campaign cash and volunteers. Read more of this article »

WHY CHRISTINE BLASEY FORD’S HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOKS WERE SCRUBBED: Faculty Approved Racism, Binge Drinking and Promiscuity

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On Monday Sept. 17th, Christine Blasey Ford’s high school yearbooks suddenly disappeared from the web. I read them days before, knew they would be scrubbed, and saved them. Why did I know they would be scrubbed? Because if roles were reversed, and Christine Blasey Ford had been nominated for the Supreme Court by President Trump, the headline by the resistance would be this:


And it would be an accurate headline. That’s why the yearbooks have been scrubbed. They are a testament to the incredible power these girls had over their teachers, parents and the boys of Georgetown Prep, Landon and other schools in the area. In the pages below, you will see multiple photos and references to binge drinking and the accompanying joy of not being able to remember any of it.

These yearbooks are, therefore, relevant to the national investigation now being conducted in the media, in homes, and in the halls of Congress. And they should not have been scrubbed. If Brett Kavanaugh’s yearbooks are fair game, so are these.

And you will wonder while reading them, why the hell did the faculty approve of these yearbooks? Why did the parents take out paid ads in these yearbooks? Animal House had nothing on the infamous “Holton party scene”.

The resistance media has been singularly focused on Brett Kavanaugh’s high school yearbooks, which imply that he got drunk and threw up. There’s no need to imply anything from the Holton-Arms yearbooks. It’s all there in focus, and the written word too. All of the sordid details as approved for publication by a “look the other way” faculty. And now it’s available for historical/evidentiary review.

It is to this wild Holton culture we must look in order to shed light on the last minute accusation by Christine Blasey. And in the official high school chronicles of this era, we find many names of people who can provide relevant evidence.

Christine “Chrissy” Blasey alleges she cannot recall the exact date, place or names of people who were at the party in question. This research is intended to refresh her recollection and the recollections of others who may recall key facts. (In this report, last names have been redacted and faces obscured, other than the picture of Chrissy Blasey seen below.)

The yearbook title is SCRIBE. The relevant issues are SCRIBE 82, SCRIBE 83 and SCRIBE 84, corresponding to Blaseys’s sophomore, junior and senior years, when she and her classmates (and Kavanaugh) were 15-17 year old juveniles.

While preparing this report, I came across a biased viral article from Heavy.com that portrays Christine Blasey and Holton-Arms as the very essence of high school purity. As for the school itself, when Blasey attended it, nothing could be further from the truth, as you will see below.

Brett Kavanaugh attended Georgetown Prep, graduating in the class of ’83. Blasey graduated from Holton-Arms in the class of ’84. The Georgetown Prep boys are mentioned affectionately multiple times in these brazen yearbooks.


Scribe 84 is the yearbook for her senior year. Her name was Christine Blasey in high school, often referred to as “Chrissy”.  In the image below, Blasey is pictured at a Halloween party in her junior year. The caption on the right says:

“Lastly one cannot fail to mention the climax of the junior social scene, the party. Striving to extend our educational experience beyond the confines of the classroom, we played such intellectually stimulating games as Quarters, Mexican Dice and everyone’s favorite, Pass-Out, which usually resulted from the aforementioned two.”

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Oops. CNN puts on a 40 year friend of Ford and she vouched for Kavanaugh as a good guy

Posted by Jimmy Minnish on September 19, 2018 under Links | Be the First to Comment

GUERRY: It’s not the first time I’ve heard anything like that in terms of the community of women I know, and not regarding him but —

ACOSTA: Those sorts of things went on?

GUERRY: A lot… You know, one of the things that’s surprising to me as I’ve gotten involved in this in the last couple days is how many women of my class have come forward to me in this last few days and said, “I had similar experiences in high school,” and this hits me very deeply and it’s very —

ACOSTA: Not with Brett Kavanaugh, but with other boys?

GUERRY: Not with Brett Kavanaugh! But with other boys in our community, and we all feel that if we were in her shoes, we’d want (chuckles) to be taken seriously as well.