There is a very important debate coming up Monday night. I know, I know, you think you already know about it. After all, the clown show between the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees is all over the news. Who wouldn’t know about that?
But guess what? That isn’t the very important debate that I’m talking about. No, the very important debate that I’m talking about is almost hidden from the public eye. And quite frankly, it is far more important than the clown show for those of us that live in Harris County.
What debate you ask?
Glad you asked because unless you subscribe to Kim Ogg’s email list, view her website or her Facebook page, you probably don’t know that while people are getting ready for the clown show, the two candidates for Harris County District Attorney will be having their first debate of the year.
Here is an image of the flyer for the debate:
Funny thing is, you wouldn’t know about this if you were on current Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson’s campaign email list, visited her website or viewed her Facebook page. The only mention about a debate on Anderson’s part is about a 20 minute TV show from 2014.
Interesting. The Democrat trying to promote the event, the Republican hiding.
In what is supposedly a solid red county.
You think Devon Anderson and her campaign consultants are feeling good about the November election?
Greg Degeyter says
Is there a vehicle to submit questions for the debate? Specifically the candidates need to answer how they will handle ineffective assistance of counsel claims relating to representation in cases where the evidence was destroyed in precinct four. With 1,000 cases under review this could potentially involve a significant amount of time and resources.
Know The Truth says
If the democrat is promoting the event, why is it on the night of the presidential debate? And aren’t you the one that thought Devon Anderson was so wonderful when she claimed to misuse her office to remove a judge from the bench that Anderson herself said had done nothing wrong? When you have no scruples, the enemy of my enemy is my friend – at least today.
When a pro-abortion Republican collapses against a pro-abortion Democrat in the wilderness that once was the political landscape, does either make a sound worth repeating?
By the by, I define “pro-abortion Republican” by actions, not by much protesting words after the fact.
Richard Sturgis says
Both dishonest. Both wanted to remove a judge with no evidence, all for political purposes. More integrity in that judge’s pinky than these two put together.