Texas Lawmakers Exposed! Group Targets Texas Lawmakers with Undercover Videos!

Uh-oh. Some politicians in Texas have a lot to be worried about if they plan to continue a career in politics. A group of conservative activists has surreptitiously recorded video of many different Texas lawmakers saying some pretty terrible things and confessing to some pretty heinous crimes. It’s all in an effort to sway the upcoming primary season in a more conservative direction…

From Clash Daily with Doug Giles:

Some career Texas politicians on the left and right, who’ve been doing creepy crap, should start sweating their creepy ass off.

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By David Saleh Rauf and Lauren McGaughy, The Houston Chronicle

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AUSTIN – An Austin-based nonprofit with ties to activists arrested in the past for targeting legislators in other states has collected hundreds of hours of secretly recorded video footage of Texas lawmakers to use against them in the upcoming election cycle, a representative from the group confirmed Tuesday.

The undercover video campaign represents a new front by conservative groups to target moderate Republicans and tilt the Texas Legislature further to the right…


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