AG reminds the president: States have rights

AG reminds the president: States have rights

AG reminds the president: States have rights

A former leader of the Texas Republican Party says President Biden is out of order in imposing his will on other people.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton recently delivered a strong and direct message to President Joe Biden: "I will see you in court soon!"

"Biden's new national vaxx mandate on private biz may be the most unconstitutional, illegal thing I've ever seen out of any Admin in modern American history," Paxton continued in his tweet. "This is an egregious, tyrannical power grab that stands no chance in court. I'll be suing this disastrous Admin very soon."

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Cathie Adams, a former chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, is pleased that Paxton is taking a strong stance.

"We are very unhappy with this president," she relays. "Texans did not vote for Joe Biden; we voted for Mr. Trump. Here is a man who … questioned the vaccine because it was approved under Trump … and now he's imposing it upon the military [and] any business that has 100 employees or more."

She thinks the states need to challenge the president as he imposes his will on individuals.

"As Texans, we're standing up and saying, 'Halt! Stop! We have our own laws in our own state, and we have state rights,'" Adams adds. "This president is trying to say that states don't have any rights, that he is going to dictate top-down authority. He is totally out of order."

Adams is pleased that The Lone Star State is fighting Biden on voter integrity and abortion as well.