Let’s get this straight.

More than 25,000 Texans have died from a virus that is overwhelming hospitals in some parts of the state. Texas has the largest number of uninsured residents in the country, a staggering public health problem burdening hospitals and our state economy even before the pandemic came along. And when it comes to policing, a harsh new state report says the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement is woefully ill-equipped to provide the training standards and rigorous oversight of peace officers that Texans deserve.

This editorial first appeared in Sunday's edition of the Austin-American Statesman. 

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Bulldog

Bogus death toll

natives5

These political stunts to play to a deranged base are harmful to all.

Father of Six

One should be careful calling a large majority of Texas citizens deranged.

Bulldog

Careful. Sissies here will accuse you of making threats.

natives5

That doesn’t change the fact that Biden and Harris won the popular vote and electoral college and will be sworn in as your president and Vice President. Happy New Year y’all!!

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