1/8 So ends another week. Despite the media still obsessing about Trump and the leadership of the GOP, I can safely say I’ve moved on. Mar-a-Lago, has become a refuge for irrelevant nut jobs and underpaid serving staff. Watching Trump, is like watching a fading pop star who..
2/8..thinks he’s still got it. The harsh reality is Donny that the Village People have had their day and are exiled to the record bin of Dave Doubledecks and his mobile disco. As life marches on, his relevance diminishes along with the sanity of his fringe right wannabes. Whilst
3/8..grave diggers across the nation mourn his political passing, the rest of us look forward to a better America 🇺🇸

Sadly, even in a new era of American politics, the stain of Republican greed and incompetence, stands tall in Texas. It seems to me that the people of Texas have
4/8..sleepwalked through a propagandist delusion that the federal government is out to get them. When really, the Republican Party and its oil and gas friends have been feeding off their brainwashed carcass for decades, like some flesh eating bacteria. The level of leadership
5/8..they have endured under a period of the biggest political con in history, has just exploded like an icy cold shower of reality, as their homes flood, amidst no running water, power failures and a long list of broken promises. As they stand in line in freezing conditions,
6/8..their governor is in a huddle with his oil and gas donors, planning his finances as profits soar on the disrupted power market. Texans suffering appears to be a new revenue driver.

As lives are shattered and trampled on by uncaring and callous leadership telling Texans to
7/8..sink or swim, Greg Abbot is busy accepting emergency aid from the federal government, who he says, has no part to play in Texas. There’s clearly no pride when comes to taking dollars from the US taxpayer. After all, who else should have to pay for his abject failure to act,
8/8.. whilst partying with his buddies in the fossil fuel sector. Republicans certainly had no intention of weatherising the Texan power infrastructure, as they now talk about taxpayers footing the bill, on top of repairing their homes and paying huge energy bills. REALLY?

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