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No LULAC, Texas Rangers
are NOT 'Racist Terrorists'

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Posted By: StormCnter, 6/30/2020 4:38:08 AM

You are wrong LULAC. The Texas Rangers are not a racist terrorist organization. This smear of the Rangers was made by Domingo Garcia, the national president of LULAC after a woman with a history of activism with LULAC was arrested for double voting in Texas. When the Washington Times covered the arrest of Isabel Calderon and her relationship with LULAC, Garcia smeared the Texas Rangers. LULAC condemns voter fraud by anyone. But we also know we’re dealing with racist terrorist organizations like the Texas Rangers, who have a history of police brutality and voter suppression in Texas. Did you hear that Texas?

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Highlander 6/30/2020 5:24:46 AM (No. 461514)
I’m sure the Texas Rangers had been slandered from the beginning by the marauding Comanches and Mexican bandidos. That didn’t stop them from carrying out their mission.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Troutgreen 6/30/2020 6:05:25 AM (No. 461526)
If ever in Waco and have a few hours, do your self a favor and visit the Texas Ranger Museum. God blessed Texas indeed with these men.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: George R. 6/30/2020 6:16:14 AM (No. 461533)
Presumably I'm an imbecile, I have no idea what a LULAC is. One would think that the author would clarify exactly what his opposition is before haranguing for the duration of the article. Who know certainly not i.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 6/30/2020 6:44:29 AM (No. 461541)
It's a leftist "hispanic" bunch, #3, they file a lot of voting rights lawsuits, a poor man's NAACP.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: TXSPeach 6/30/2020 7:33:40 AM (No. 461589)
Having descended from
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Reply 6 - Posted by: TXSPeach 6/30/2020 7:41:01 AM (No. 461596)
Having descended from Spanish ranchers who settled in the Rio Grand Valley in the 1700's and being a history buff, I am aware of instances in the 1800's where Rangers were in fact little more than "hired guns" tasked with getting Mexican ranchers off their lands in order to allow Anglos to steal their land. I do not equate the Rangers of today with that tainted history. The Rangers of today are an incredibly dedicated group of individuals and one of the finest groups of law enforcement in the world. My roots in America run deep, I also had ancestors in Virginia that fought in the Revolutionary War. America has a troubled past but I refuse to be branded or held responsible for things that were considered acceptable acts generations ago.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: StormCnter 6/30/2020 9:26:58 AM (No. 461688)
Poster is right. In the earliest days, any man with a horse and a saddle could join up, few questions asked. I had ancestors who did so. But those were the days of the Texas frontier and both the geography and the demographics tended to be rough. That changed, though, and the Texas Rangers have stood tall, honorably and admirably for many years.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Strike3 6/30/2020 10:27:54 AM (No. 461770)
Based on the logic that if one cop in the country is a racist then everybody in law enforcement is racist. The only "sytemic" thing going on in the country is promotion of the belief that the black culture has failed so the cause must be racism. Nothing else is acceptable nor seriously embarrassing to failed inner city communities everywhere, the alarming dropout rate in high schools and colleges, rampant drug use and alcoholism, the weekly murder of their neighbors and their neighbors' young children and the lack of a middle class lifestyle that can be gained through skilled employment instead of taxpayer-funded handouts since the 1960s that have advanced their evolution exactly zero percent, assuming that it has not regressed since then. My apologies to those who have surpassed these conditions by "acting white."
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Reply 9 - Posted by: marbles 6/30/2020 11:06:46 AM (No. 461810)
Are the LULAC from the planet Twylo?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Chuzzles 6/30/2020 1:09:03 PM (No. 461946)
Terrorists loathe anyone who harshes their mellow and curbs their activities. Double voted? Then just slam and slander the authorities who stop you from committing more crime.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Penney 6/30/2020 2:39:26 PM (No. 462064)
LULAC. BLM. PP. NEA. ETC. ...No diff except those letters as far as their goals, which all come from the radical left playbook.
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