Harris County Indictments: Background

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Devon Anderson

 

The go to source for information on the bizarre Harris County indictments of those who uncovered wrongdoing on the part of Planned Parenthood is the blog Big Jolly Politics.  Don Hooper has a lengthy post in which he gives extensive back ground information on Prosecutor Devon Anderson and some of the bizarre activity surrounding the Grand Jury, ostensibly called to look into criminal indictments against Planned Parenthood, and which was immediately turned into a weapon to protect Planned Parenthood.  The connections between the chief players in this “confederacy of dunces” is intriguing and damning, as is the conclusion of Hooper:

The question here is one of judgment and integrity. The liberals are thrilled with Devon’s prosecution of Daleiden and Merritt. Lisa Falkenberg, Sheila Jackson Lee, and Annise Parker are tripping over themselves to support Devon. These indictments were no accident and targeted to this audience. The praises for the liberal elite continue to pour in for Devon and this was her intended purpose by the indictments. Devon thought that she had the Republicans wrapped up and needed to broaden her base and the prosecution of Daleiden and Merritt fit that bill. Ladies and gentleman, the verdict is in and Devon Anderson is pro-choice, no question about it. She certainly is willing to let the pro-life movement suffer in order for her to broaden her base.

In recent years, I have found myself in sharp disagreement with Terry Lowry over local political issues and his endorsement of certain candidates. This season, Brother Lowry invited me to write an Op-Ed in his Link Letter, which is mailed to 195,000 Republican households in Harris County. After some contemplation, I accepted this invitation and I told Terry I wanted to ask the readers to take action, which I never do on Big Jolly. My Op-Ed discusses Devon Anderson and her persecution of two brave anti-abortion activists, Daleiden and Merritt, and I ask the readers to skip Devon Anderson on the primary ballot. There is something that you can do – SKIP DEVON on March 1, 2016. Although Devon thought that she would box Harris County Republicans in to voting for her by delaying her conduct until after the filing deadline, you can still send her a message.

Harris County, we deserve better.

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  1. This pathetic excuse of an attorney reminds me of Ronnie Earle, the Travis County DA who tried and convicted Tom DeLay on bogus charges that were later thrown out.

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