#GeorgeFloyd – Texas Tribune: Texas Republican county chairs shared Facebook posts, some of which also floated “conspiracy theories”

Texas Tribune: Texas Republican county chairs shared Facebook posts, some of which also floated “conspiracy theories”

GreekNewsOnDemand.com comments: There is NO SUCH THING as a “conspiracy theory” when it comes to, at least, George Floyd’s “death” which was just another Deep State Tactic for divide and conquer between Blacks and Whites….

Nazi’s are Back, Did they win the war? Texas GOP leaders go full ‘Negroes are monkeys’ on Facebook…as usual

Texas GOP Platform Committee Member Ray Myers wrote, “I’m a WHITE NATIONALIST and very Proud of it.”


Abbott and other top Texas Republicans called for the resignation of the GOP chairs in Bexar and Nueces counties after they shared on social media a conspiracy theory that Floyd’s death was a “staged event,” apparently to gin up opposition to President Donald Trump. There is no evidence to support that claim; Floyd, a black Minnesota man, died last week after a white police officer kneeled on his neck for nearly nine minutes.

Tea Pain@TeaPainUSA

It’s a miracle MAGA can dress themselves.https://www.rawstory.com/2020/06/texas-gop-official-claims-george-floyds-death-was-staged-to-hurt-trump-in-rant-about-mind-control-experiments/ 

Texas GOP official claims George Floyd’s death was ‘staged’ to hurt Trump in rant about mind…

The governor of Texas is calling for the resignation of Bexar County Republican Party Chair Cynthia Brehm after she posted a conspiracy theory on her Facebook page about the death of George Floyd,…


The Texas Tribune became aware of Nielsen’s post after Abbott called for the resignation of the Bexar County and Nueces County chairs. Wittman could not immediately be reached for comment about the third post.

meghan markle’s anger translator@dianelyssa

anybody wanna guess what’s wrong with this (now deleted) photo, posted by the harris county, texas gop chairman?

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U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, a Houston Republican, said in a statement to the Tribune that “Nielsen has no place in our party. Not now. Not ever” — and called his post “a sad reminder that such blatant ignorance and bigotry still exists.”

Even later Thursday, Democrats also criticized a fourth post from a GOP chair on Facebook. Sue Piner, chair of the Comal County GOP, shared a post on Sunday that included an image of liberal billionaire George Soros and text that said, “I pay white cops to murder black people. And then I pay black people to riot because race wars keep the sheep in line.”



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