Texas Republicans are America’s Nazis Destroying Families and Increasing Racial Hatred in Schools and Communities

Satan has three helpers: Greg Abbott, Daniel Patrick, and Ken Paxton are openly working to kill Texans who do not agree with them.1 Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton‘s attempt to get a hurry up decision that would uphold

Gov. Abbott signs bill to favor Chic-Fil-A that has a history of racism and homophobia

Gov. Greg Abbott‘s decision to ban anyone else from issuing a mask mandate backfired Thursday as the Texas Supreme ruled the state can’t enforce Abbott’s ban. Thanks to the Delta variant, the number of COVID-19 cases has again skyrocketed with an increasing number of them involving children just as more schools open in-person classes. Houston Independent School District stepped up with an offer of $500  to every district employee who is fully vaccinated. To be eligible for the extra payment, each employee will have to show proof of the vaccination by November 19, 2021. The program is expected to cost $14 million. Employees with medical conditions or disabilities that keep them from receiving the vaccine will also be eligible for the stipend with documentation from a doctor.2

Millard House II Superintendent of Houston Schools.

Houston ISD Superintendent Millard House II said there would be disciplinary action for students who refused to wear masks indoors: “Masks must be worn properly, over the nose and the mouth,” the superintendent said. Parents of students who cannot wear a mask for medical reasons must provide documentation to their school nurse from their medical doctor.3 Unfortunately, the Texas Education Agency board members have no problem seeing students die of COVID and its variants, mirroring Abbott’s mask rule ban, Like Abbott, the TEA board must  be arrested and tried for their crime of genocide.4

Mayor Turner (left), Judge Hildago (center), Dr, David Persse (right) declare Houston at Code Red (critical/severe)

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, joined by and local health officials including Houston’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Persse, and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo who said the Delta variant-driven increase in new daily cases of the coronavirus has led to hospitalization levels not seen in months that coupled with a strained local health care workforce has led some hospitals with empty beds they can’t fill due to lack of staff. Some hospitals are on the verge of running out of beds altogether. The county’s red alert threat level recommends that unvaccinated people halt all non-essential activities outside of their households. Hidalgo also implored both the unvaccinated and the vaccinated to resume wearing masks indoors when in public, and asked that vaccinated folks not go to emergency rooms unless they’re in dire need of immediate medical attention due to how strained local hospital capacity has become, especially in the region’s intensive care units.5 As of August 30, 2021, there were 14,280 cases of COVID in Texas plus 197 cases of of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children. MIS-C is a rare but serious complication associated with COVID-19: the median age is 8 years old.6

Republicanazis in Texas either forget the children in Texas, or pretend that COVID treats children like the flu. “Currently, roughly 10 percent of those children who test positive do require hospitalization,” said Milton J. Finegold Professsor Jim Versalovic, MD., PhD7

Ava Rivera, 11 months old, lies on her mother’s chest after being treated for COVID-19

Texas Republicans ignore or brush away the numerous cases of children, under the age of 1, who are coming down with COVID-19. This was the case of eleven month old Ava Rivera who underwent treatment of the pandemic that Texas Republicanazis deny. 783 children were admitted to Texas hospitals with COVID-19  between July 1 and August 9, 2021.8 Ava’s mother, Estefani López’s infant daughter was struggling to breathe, and soon was having seizures. Ava’s pulse weakened. Estefani soon could not feel her daughter breathing. She rushed her to an emergency room where the staff began initial treatment but they could do no more and no hospital in the Houston area could take her. The hospital staff put the baby in a helicopter that could take her in a hospital 150 miles away in Temple. López spent the next three hours driving to the hospital in Temple. More children are being treated in Texas hospitals for COVID-19 than ever before but this is putting pediatric hospitals on the path to being overwhelmed: an unseasonable outbreak of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, a highly contagious virus that can require hospitalization mostly among children 5 years and younger and especially infants. López’s daughter is doing OK now. Doctors replaced the intubation treatment with a nasal tube, her fever broke and she was able to go home the next day. But the situation in children’s hospitals continues to worsen. Texans Republicanazis in the Texas legislature do not care. They continue to pass laws against minorities and women. The one physician who speaks up is Dr. Versalovic.

There are no (zero) Texas Republicanazis in the Texas legislature who can even come close to the education of Dr. Versalovic9 who serves Texas as its Pathologist-in-Chief and Interim Pediatrician-in-Chief at Texas Children’s Hospital. Versalovic states that “roughly one-third of those [children] may require critical care.” Among those children who need critical care, “some have required ventilator support,” Versalovic told the Houston Press. … “We have seen severe cases of COVID pneumonia and acute respiratory distress in children. And we certainly have used ventilators when appropriate, selectively.”10

Texas AG Ken Paxton and White Supremacist Steve Bannon want bounties put on the heads of women who seek or have an abortion.

Ken Paxton and Donald Trump

Texas Attorney General Warren Kenneth Paxton, who has been accused by his top deputies of bribery and abuse of office,11 on Tuesday said on Real America’s Voice hosted by Trumper and white supremacist/white nationalist Steve Bannon that the Founders of the United States “intended” for Texas to have the ability to pass an anti-abortion law that places bounties of $10,000 on women having an abortion lying that “we’re basically protecting life at six weeks or whenever life starts.”12 There no such “intention” in the writing of any of the Founding Fathers. Abigail advised her husband John Adams, then serving in the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, that in the “new Code of Laws” that would have to be adopted, he and his fellow legislators should “Remember the Ladies,” for “all Men would be tyrants if they could.”13 New Jersey’s little-known experiment with woman suffrage
began when the members of the state constitutional convention in
1776 vaguely defined voters as “all free inhabitants” who met certain property qualifications.14 One of the most ignorant and dangerous men in the USA, Paxton does not realize that a fetus at six weeks is the size of a pea and has no heart. Most six month collection of cells abort themselves.

The fetus the size of a pea at 6 weeks into pregnancy and has no heart

Paxton and Bannon would be upset if a bounty was placed on their heads, as occurred regularly in the old west when a politician did not agree with people. The bounty was not just a tool of legislators and law enforcement, but also open to groups and fraternal and sororitorial1. (γυναικεία αδελφότητα, σύλλογος φοιτητριών and γυναικεία αδελφότης).] members. Women who are targeted by Texas Republicanazis can legally put a bounty on their heads.

Every inch a racist white supremacist, Paxton’s conspirator Dan Patrick blames Black Americans for the COVID surge15 sealing his role as a racist. Secretly, Paxton is a member of the Ku Klux Klan and opposes all human and civil rights for  people of color, LGBTQ, and women as are many Texas Republicanazi legislators.16 that found against Paxton,



Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law on Ken Paxton, Atty Gen of Texas September 2, 2021 page 1

stating in its conclusion: An Attorney General opinion that broadly bans these types of practices
would turn antidiscrimination laws and constitutional provisions on their head, contravene
foundational constitutional principles and the purposes underlying these laws, and lead to gross
inconsistencies in application given the widespread use of curricula that ignore the experiences
and perspectives of people of color. (… the judgment continued): Moreover, because CRT and antiracism are synonymous
with mere approaches to learning, and cannot be pigeon-holed into any specific practice or
policy, rendering a decision on their legality or constitutionality would require the Attorney
General to wildly speculate (as the letter requesting the opinion does) on how CRT and
antiracism operate in a given context and, thus, are inappropriate for an attorney general’s
opinion. (footnote) 53 Communities of color face the exclusion of their lived experiences in curricula with
white-dominated narratives; deficit-oriented views of their capabilities, communities, and
educability; discriminatory school discipline policies that criminalize them for benign behavior;
funding inequities that disproportionately impact their communities; and racially segregated
school districts. (footnote) 54 As these vast racial inequities persist in society, teachers need an array of
curricula and pedagogical tools to carry out the spirit of diversity, inclusion and racial justice in
the classroom and the broader society. CRT and antiracism are among the approaches that
provide some of the tools that educators can use to facilitate discussions about current-day
inequities and uncover the role and present-day effects of slavery and Jim Crow segregation. As
such, these efforts should be encouraged, supported and implemented as they are fully compliant
with federal and state civil rights protections. (In short, agreeing that Ken Paxton is a racist.) The footnotes are:

53 See, e.g., Tex. Att’y Gen. KP-0331 (2016) at 4 (declining to issue opinion on whether a particular vehicle qualifies as a motorcycle for registration and titling depends on particular facts which cannot be resolved by the opinion process).
54 Janel George, A Lesson on Critical Race Theory, American Bar Association (Jan. 11, 2021), https://rb.gy/4yuexm;
The Education Trust, Publications, The Education Trust (2021), https://edtrust.org/our-resources/publications.]

Texas KKK protest refugees in Texas

Texas Republican legislators were called out for their racism.17 calling the Republicanazis equal to the KKK and Nazis led by Paxton who identifies with the defeated Confederacy.18 To keep Texas Republicanazis in power, Texas Republicanazis pass legislation to make it harder for people of color and elderly to vote.19 Texas Republicanazis exaggerate when they are not lying, like State Senator

Texas Republican state senator Brian Hughes (left) sponsored Texas election overhaul disenfranching people of color

Bryan Hughes who claimed that voter fraud “is  happening all over the state” while studies have shown that voter fraud is exceptionally rare.  State election officials in Texas have also told lawmakers that elections in the state are secure. But Hughes and others say even anecdotal evidence of voter fraud is enough of a reason to make changes to the state’s election code. “We don’t know how pervasive it is,” he says, “But how much fraud is OK? Well, none is OK.” Flexing his white privilege and belief in white superiority veiled in sinews of raw racism that he  learned in Tyler, Texas at Tyler Junior College (1992) and University of Texas at Tyler (1995), the idiot savant had no superior teachers and was devoted to racist activities that was common Tyler, Texas, that no one spoke up against him and the local KKK. Hughes claimed voter fraud was common among Black people and argued that it is especially high among Black men and (in general women), following the rotten rhetoric on the twice impeached former and two-time loser of the popular vote guy: Trump.

Texas voter suppression by white Republicanazis to stop people of color from voting

The screed “Voter fraud” is rampant in the thinking Texas Republicanazis, and spilled over the swamp’s edges to lead to Republicanazis in the state legislature to pass more law that disproportionately affect communities of color.20 “As of this moment, any Mexican state that criminalizes abortion is in direct defiance of the Federal Constitution. As of this decision, all Mexican states where abortion is still criminalized are obligated to modify their legal frameworks to comply with the standard set by the Court,” Paula Avila-Guillen, executive director of the Women’s Equality Center, added. Now that women in Coahuila, which borders the state of Texas, can choose to terminate their pregnancies through the first trimester, Avila-Guillen suggests some American women may benefit from Mexico’s new law. Argentina legalized abortion in 2020.21


  1. “New GOP-led voting restrictions move forward in Texas”. CBS News/AP. 1 April 2021. The bill is one of two major voting packages in Texas that mirrors a nationwide campaign by Republicans after former President Donald Trump made false claims about election fraud. Voting rights groups say the measures would disproportionately impact racial and ethnic minority voters.
  2. Wines, Michael (2021-04-01). “Texas lawmakers advance a bill that would make voting more difficult, drawing comparisons to Georgia”. The New York Times. Critics of the Senate bill said most of its provisions were less about making voting secure than about making it harder, particularly for urban voters and minority voters, two groups that tend to vote for Democrats.”
  3. Barragán, James (2021-04-01). “In overnight vote, Texas Senate passes bill that would make it harder to vote”. Dallas Morning News. [President of the Texas Civil Rights Project] said many of the bill’s provisions would disproportionately affect voters of color. The extended voting hours in Harris County, for example, were mostly used by voters of color. Fifty-six percent of voters who cast ballots in late night hours were Black, Hispanic or Asian, according to the Texas Civil Rights Project.”
  4. Coronado, Acacia (2021-05-30). “EXPLAINER: How Texas Republicans aim to make voting harder”. Associated Press. Advocates say the changes would disproportionately affect minorities and people with disabilities.”
  5. Gardner, Amy (2021-05-30). “How the new Texas voting bill would create hurdles for voters of color”Washington PostWhile Senate Bill 7 would have wide-ranging effects on voters across the state, it includes specific language that critics say would disproportionately affect people of color — particularly those who live in under-resourced and urban communities.”
  6. Jasper Scherer; Zach Despart (1 May 2021). “GOP bills target Harris County’s efforts to expand voting. Here’s how that played out in the 2020 election”. Houston Chronicle. Voting rights experts say the bills — which include measures that would apply only to the state’s most populous counties, all of which are predominantly nonwhite — would discriminate against voters of color.”
  7. Nick Corasaniti (24 April 2021). “Republicans Target Voter Access in Texas Cities, but Not Rural Areas”. New York Times. The Republican focus on diverse urban areas, voting activists say, evokes the state’s history of racially discriminatory voting laws — including poll taxes and “white primary” laws during the Jim Crow era — that essentially excluded Black voters from the electoral process. Most of Harris County’s early voters were white, according to a study by the Texas Civil Rights Project, a nonprofit group. But the majority of those who used drive-through or 24-hour voting — the early voting methods the Republican bills would prohibit — were people of color, the group found.”
  8. Paul J. Weber (15 April 2021). “Houston’s expanded voting becomes target of GOP restrictions”The effort is one of the clearest examples of how the GOP’s nationwide campaign to tighten voting laws can target Democrats, even as they insist the measures are not partisan. With Americans increasingly sorted into liberal urban areas and conservative rural ones, geography can be an effective proxy for partisanship. Proposals tailored to cities or that take population into account are bound to have a greater impact on Democratic voters.; The county exemplifies the GOP’s slipping grip on fast-changing Texas. In 2004, former President George W. Bush, who is from Texas, easily won Harris County and Republicans ran every major countywide office. But recent years have been routs for Democrats, whose wins now extend down the ballot to local judicial races.]


  1. https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/news/releases/paxton-statement-vaccination-mandates.
  2. https://www.houstonpress.com/news/hisd-oks-500-stipends-for-covid-vaccinated-staff-11758739.
  3. https://www.houstonpress.com/news/hisd-superintendent-lays-out-the-house-rules-for-the-school-year-11723612.
  4. https://www.houstonpress.com/news/bucking-abbott-texas-school-leaders-push-mask-mandates-11693964.
  5. https://www.houstonpress.com/news/with-hospitals-dangerously-full-hidalgo-ups-covid-threat-level-11668271.
  6. https://www.dshs.texas.gov/news/updates.shtm.
  7. See his list of publications, including:
    • Hemarajata P, Spinler JK, Balderas MA, Versalovic J “Identification of a proton-chloride antiporter (EriC) by Himar1 transposon mutagenesis in Lactobacillus reuteri and its role in histamine production.” Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek Journal of Microbiolo. 2014 March ; 105 : 579-92. Pubmed PMID: 24488273
    • Thomas CM, Hong T, van Pijkeren JP, Hemarajata P, Trinh DV, Hu W, Britton RA, Kalkum M, Versalovic J “Histamine Derived from Probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri Suppresses TNF via Modulation of PKA and ERK Signaling..” PLoS ONE. 2012 7 (2): e31951. Pubmed PMID: 22384111
    • Preidis GA, Saulnier DM, Blutt SE, Mistretta TA, Riehle KP, Major AM, Venable SF, Barrish JP, Finegold MJ, Petrosino JF, Guerrant RL, Conner ME, Versalovic J “Host response to probiotics determined by nutritional status of rotavirus-infected neonatal mice..” J. Pediatr. Gastroenterol. Nutr.. 2012 September ; 55 (3): 299-307. Pubmed PMID: 22343914
    • Preidis GA, Saulnier DM, Blutt SE, Mistretta TA, Riehle KP, Major AM, Venable SF, Finegold MJ, Petrosino JF, Conner ME, Versalovic J “Probiotics stimulate enterocyte migration and microbial diversity in the neonatal mouse intestine..” FASEB J.. 2012 May ; 26 (5): 1960-9. Pubmed PMID: 22267340
    • Human Microbiome Project Consortium “A framework for human microbiome research..” Nature. 2012 486 (7402): 215-221. Pubmed PMID: 22699610
    • Saulnier DM, Riehle K, Mistretta TA, Diaz MA, Mandal D, Raza S, Weidler EM, Qin X, Coarfa C, Milosavljevic A, Petrosino JF, Highlander S, Gibbs R, Lynch SV, Shulman RJ, Versalovic J “Gastrointestinal microbiome signatures of pediatric patients with irritable bowel syndrome..” Gastroenterology. 2011 November ; 141 (5): 1782-91. Pubmed PMID: 21741921
    • Saulnier DM, Santos F, Roos S, Mistretta TA, Spinler JK, Molenaar D, Teusink B, Versalovic J “Exploring Metabolic Pathway Reconstruction and Genome-Wide Expression Profiling in Lactobacillus reuteri to Define Functional Probiotic Features..” PLoS ONE. 2011 6 (4): e18783. Pubmed PMID: 21559529.
    • https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/12/texas-rsv-covid-19-childrens-hospitals/.
    • Dr. Versalovic received his Ph.D. from Baylor College of Medicine, MD from Baylor College of Medicine, had his residency at Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston). Clinical Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, and Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His professional interests include Microbial Genomics, Human Microbiome and Metagenomics, Mucosal Immunity, Gut Inflammation and Intestinal Neoplasia.
    • https://www.houstonpress.com/news/at-texas-childrens-some-kids-with-covid-need-ventilators-11610665. Cp. https://thehill.com/changing-america/well-being/longevity/565323-texas-doctor-warns-covid-cases-are-rising-among. Cf. https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/12/texas-rsv-covid-19-childrens-hospitals/.
    • https://www.cbsnews.com/news/texas-attorney-general-ken-paxton-accused-bribery/.
    • https://www.rawstory.com/ken-paxton-abortion/?e=idefinancial@yahoo.com&utm_source=&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=7800&recip_id=625236&list_id=1.
    • Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams (Mar. 31, 1776), reprinted in
      The Book of Abigail and John 120-21 (Lyman Butterfield, Marc Friedlaender &
      Mary-Jo Kline ed. 1975).
    • Mary Beth Norton, Liberty’s Daughters: The Revolutionary Experience of
      American Women, 1750-1800, at 191 (1980).
    • https://www.houstonpress.com/news/dan-patrick-blames-black-americans-for-covid-surge-11764455.
    • https://www.galvnews.com/opinion/guest_columns/article_217b4856-36a2-5da6-b8ae-9d1447a19745.html. Cf. https://washingtonmonthly.com/2021/06/30/why-its-so-easy-to-hate-ken-paxton/. Cp. https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2018/07/25/297145/in-re-election-bid-attorney-general-ken-paxton-emphasizes-record-as-democrat-seizes-on-indictment/. Ref. https://www.latimes.com/socal/burbank-leader/opinion/tn-blr-in-theory-on-gay-marriage-and-religious-liberty-20150714-story.html and https://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-texas-same-sex-marriage-20150629-story.html#page=1, also: https://www.lawyerscommittee.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021-09-02-FINAL-Civil-Rights-Letter-Brief.pdf.
    • https://lonestarproject.net/2017/08/15/empower-texans-shows-sympathy-for-white-supremacy/
    • https://www.kut.org/austin/2018-11-21/legislature-okd-confederate-plaque-at-texas-capitol-and-it-can-ok-its-removal-paxton-says. Cf. https://www.kut.org/texas/2021-09-07/heres-whats-in-texas-republicans-new-voting-law. Cp. https://www.npr.org/2021/08/03/1024108240/texas-voting-bill-would-add-criminal-penalties-such-as-helping-others-vote.
    • https://www.npr.org/2021/08/03/1024108240/texas-voting-bill-would-add-criminal-penalties-such-as-helping-others-vote.
    • https://www.npr.org/2021/08/03/1024108240/texas-voting-bill-would-add-criminal-penalties-such-as-helping-others-vote. 1. Ura, Alexa (2021-05-07). “Texas GOP’s voting restrictions bill could be rewritten behind closed doors after final House passage”. The Texas Tribune. But both the original SB 7 and the original provisions of HB 6 were opposed by civil rights groups who raised the prospect that the legislation violates federal safeguards for voters of color. Republicans’ efforts to further restrict voting in the state come as their presidential margins of victory continue to thin and Democrats drive up their votes in diverse urban centers and growing suburban communities.U2ra, Alexa (2021-03-22). “Texas Republicans begin pursuing new voting restrictions as they work to protect their hold on power”. The Texas Tribune. Senate Bill 7 is part of a broader package of proposals to constrain local initiatives widening voter access in urban areas, made up largely by people of color, that favor Democrats.”

      Mexico has always had more common sense and basic intelligence that the Texas legislators. On Tuesday, September 6, 2021, Mexico’s Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Tuesday that penalizing abortion is unconstitutional, a major victory for advocates of women’s health and human rights. “This is a historic step for the rights of women,” said Supreme Court Justice Luis Maria Aguilar. The Mexican ruling opens the door to the possibility for the release of women incarcerated for having had abortions. It could also lead to U.S. women in states such as Texas deciding to travel south of the border to terminate their pregnancies. In July, the state of Veracruz became just the fourth of Mexico’s 32 regions to decriminalize abortion.[1. https://www.mercurynews.com/2021/09/07/mexicos-supreme-court-decriminalizes-abortion/?ab_source=20210907hed&utm_email=B41944342455E4F63479D4EE7D&g2i_eui=yvre3nDM9fCUWKJVmqHD%2bWg0XRiymbW3&g2i_source=newsletter&utm_source=listrak&utm_medium=email&utm_term=https%3a%2f%2fwww.mercurynews.com%2f2021%2f09%2f07%2fmexicos-supreme-court-decriminalizes-abortion%2f%3fab_source%3d20210907hed&utm_campaign=bang-mult-nl-pm-report-nl&utm_content=curated. Cp. https://www.npr.org/2021/09/07/1034925270/mexico-abortion-decriminalized-supreme-court. Cf. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/09/07/mexico-abortion-supreme-court/. Ref. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/07/world/americas/mexico-supreme-court-decriminalize-abortion.html.

    • https://www.npr.org/2020/12/30/951001451/argentina-legalizes-abortion-in-historic-senate-vote.

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