Thursday, August 21, 2014

Texans for Public Justice isn't.

Texans for Public Justice is a fraudulent front for corrupt hard left pressure groups. Nothing more nothing less.  They doing the PR work for the fraudulent prosecution of Governor Rick Perry.  A prosecution I might add that has been denounced by various and sundry including the Editors of the New York Times, Huffpo and MSNBC analysts and Obama svengali David Axelrod.  Here's more about the crimson astroturf from Wapo.

Texans for Lawsuit Reform recently turned the tables on Texans for Public Justice and issued a scathing report of its own on the group’s political biases and its failure to disclose many of its funders. They found:

TPJ is nothing that it claims to be. It is not Texan. Nothing about it is public. And, it is definitely not interested in justice… TPJ first appeared in Texas in 1997, when veteran operatives of leftist, out-of-state organizations – such as Ralph Nader’s Public Citizen – came to this state to set up the organization. The TPJ version of justice is one-sided. Since its inception, TPJ – preying on the good intentions of media outlets across Texas and this nation – has used an array of slanted, self-published reports to criticize a select segment of this state’s political spectrum. The targets of TPJ’s attacks are almost exclusively Republicans, business leaders and organizations, and those interested in the reform of Texas’ civil justice system.

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