DCCC Official Falsely Accuses Texas Governor of Involvement in College Bribery Scheme


The DCCC’s Director of National Candidate Services Tayhlor Coleman claimed the Abbott listed in the indictment must be the same man as the Texas governor. But, she must have thought that the governor of Texas, lives in NYC, not Texas, is 68 years old, instead of 62 and his wife changed her name from Cecilia to Marcia. When was the last time you heard of a Texas governor lived in New York City?

Whenever a Democrat walks into a room, you feel the collective IQ collapsing. The embarrassment is that a Democrat has all the facts before her and still gets it totally wrong.

See It’s not just Maxine Waters, AOC, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar. It’s the vast number of Democrats that are totally clueless.

From The Daily Caller

One individual named in the indictment is Gregory Abbott, who resides with his wife, Marcia, in New York City and Aspen, Colorado. Abbott is described as the “founder and chairman of a packaging company for the food and beverage industry, and the former chairman and CEO of a private-label clothing manufacturer.”

Despite the fact that Gov. Abbott lives in Texas and his wife’s name is Cecilia, the DCCC’s Director of National Candidate Services Tayhlor Coleman claimed the Abbott listed in the indictment must be the same man as the Texas governor.

“Maybe if Gov. @GregAbbott_TX spent less time dog whistling about brown people voting he could’ve helped his kid prepare for the SATs instead of BRIBING their way into college,” Coleman wrote. “What an embarrassment.”

Coleman has since deleted the tweet, but the National Republican Congressional Committee posted a screenshot for posterity.

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