Representative Louie Gohmert, Republican from Texas, is retiring from Congress to run for Texas’s Attorney General position.
“It’s my honor to let you know that we’ve reached our initial goal of raising $1 million in order to start a run for Texas Attorney General. So I will be filing to run for Texas Attorney General,” Gohmert said.
“A priority will be election integrity,” said Gohmert, “so that every legal vote counts. Though our current AG has had two terms, it seems he really started working harder after so many of his most honorable and very top people in the AG’s office left complaining of criminal conduct.”
“Unconstitutional mandates will not be tolerated from anyone. Parental consent is still an important concept in America, and especially in Texas. The invasion across our southern border has to stop, but they’re still pouring in,” Gohmert said.
“Changing voting laws by anyone but the legislature is also unconstitutional. Our AG was suing other states as I would have,” Gohmert added, “but he failed to ensure Texas abided by the same constitutional provisions that he was suing the other states for violating.”
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