Local GOP Incompetence in Medina, Pecos & Dimmit Counties Threatens Unity, Efforts to Defend Texas

Reagan’s 11th Commandment: "Thou shall not speak ill of any fellow Republican."

AUSTIN, Texas (Texas Insider Report) — It cannot be overstated how much of a threat Beto O’Rourke’s candidacy poses to Texas as we know it.
  • The Biden Border Crisis would spiral so out of control, and there would be no way of putting the pieces back together.
  • The lifeblood of Texas', and the nation's economy – Oil & Gas – would be destroyed.
  • We’d see higher taxes, unfair regulation, and more inflation.
Worst of all, Beto would become the poster child of “woke.”
  • Critical Race Theory in schools
  • Drag shows for kids
  • Abortion on demand
If elected, Beto could ram these items and more through the State Legislature. Texas would never be the same.

To defeat this threat, Texas Republicans have been uniting like never before. That starts at the local level with the local County Republican Parties.

While most of these organizations have answered the call – talking to voters, hosting events, raising money – there are still a few that are doing more harm than good.
Take for example, the official Republican Party apparatuses in South Texas' Medina County, Dimmit County, and Pecos Counties.

Folks in these county parties have made it a practice of violating Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment: Thou shall not speak ill of any fellow Republican.

They have focused more on intra-party censures than on prosecuting the case against Democrat Robert Francis "Beto" O’Rourke and the radical Left. Yet despite their effort, they can’t even seem to do that right. Their censure attempts were tossed out by the Republican Party of Texas.

But that's not to say some Republicans across the state aren't worried that the local antics won't hurt Republican candidates in the much-watched South Texas area – where the GOP's hard-work engaging with local citizens on issues important to them is taking hold. If true, these renegade “Republicans” are no better than the canvassers Beto O’Rourke is paying with his $1 million donation from George Soros.

The best gift Republicans can give Beto (and Democrats locally,) is to divide the party going into the singular most important election in state history.

In a select few parts of Texas, that's exactly what is happening – with potentially grave consequences for local voters.