People are calling the issues surrounding Wendy Davis’s recent lies a controversy. It’s not a controversy if they are true. There is nothing to be debated. She invented a life story which is actually the opposite of the truth. She also has people working for her who mirror who she is.
Project Veritas nailed her shameful supporters recently, showing the type of people she thinks are her secret weapon to winning.
They caught the Wendy Davis workers mocking Greg Abbott for being in a wheelchair.
This took place in the Battleground Texas offices where she thanked staffers for their help. She referred to the group as “the secret weapon” to winning.
“I really wonder how this is going to work out since he’s in a wheelchair and most of the slogans are ‘Stand with Wendy,” one staffer is seen saying in the video.
“First of all he’s not good looking, he doesn’t speak very well, he doesn’t have a good personality and he’s in a wheelchair,” another woman is heard saying as someone laughs loudly in the background.
Greg Abbott appeared on The Kelly File last night and responded to the criticisms.
He said denigrating the disabled is unworthy of Texas. Texans look at depth of character.
Wendy Davis recently blamed her Republican opponent, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, for “attacks” on her life and lectured on Twitter about the “struggles” Abbott just doesn’t understand. She said he should “walk a day in my shoes.” Of course, Greg Abbott can’t walk.
Wendy Davis said her language concerning her recent fabricated life story should have been “tighter.” Whatever that means. Nothing about her story was true.
The true story is that she was 21, not 19, she went to Harvard on her husband’s dime and abandoned him and her daughters the day he made the last payment. She was allegedly cheating with another man at the time. The protective order taken out against her warned her not to drink or take drugs for 24 hours before seeing her daughters. Her people asked her ex-husband not to talk with reporters.
The story she told was of a single 19-year old mother struggling with a family, living in a trailer park, and working her way through college.
She did live in a trailer park for a very short time.