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RERhotclip — Apostle Claver: Craddick Tip Came in an Unmarked Envelope

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In early November a mysterious envelope arrived in the RER mailbox.  No postmark. No return address.

The envelope contained 34 pages of documents targeting Texas Railroad Commissioner Christ Craddick.  The purpose, we concluded, was to show that somehow she’s corrupt.

Page One of the packet, like a preface, infers the documents received point to seven acts of questionable ethics by Craddick. The two main charges are that Craddick gives favorable rulings to campaign donors. The really troubling allegation within the preface would be if Craddick is using her office to benefit the business interests of the Commissioner, personally. Or members of her family such as State Rep. Tom Craddick.

At the very bottom of Page One is printed, “Follow me at @crooked_christi for more updates”.  But when the Twitter handle was checked out, the account was found to  be suspended.

A Google search came up with the attack website,

The contents of the envelope were hardcopies of documents that can be publicly downloaded from the anti-Craddick website, with a few additions.


The website contains links to Texas Railroad Commission meetings  that the source has presumptively compiled from TX RRC video clips. More bread crumbs.

In a collaborative effort, and have a focused objective.  Are the allegations against Commissioner Craddick accurate, or “fake” news?  If “fake” news, the danger of non-vetted guerrilla websites will be demonstrated.

From the perspective of RER and LJP, if any smoking guns lead to showing Craddick taking actions to benefit her campaign donors… Well, welcome to the Texas plutocracy.  That’s how business is done in the Texas political ecosystem.

Yet, if the documents and other media provided to show that Commissioner Craddick has acted within her official capacity to personally benefit her financial interests, or that of her family’s, then some questions about ethics and criminality may need to be answered.

Newsworthy discoveries will be published when verified with all confidence.

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In January 2015, Spencer Golvach was brutally murdered by an illegal criminal invader at a traffic light in Houston.  Spencer’s murderer went on a killing spree that night until law enforcement terminated his existence.

The death of Spencer set his father, Dan Golvach, into a new chapter of his life. Political activism.  Dan has become an aggressive voice against sanctuary policies and lax immigration enforcement.

As a father that has felt the sting, pain and heartbreak of the Texas border invasion, we called on RERcontributor Dan Golvach to give his thoughts on the inexplicable verdict from San Francisco and the Kate Steinle “death case”.  (Can one call it a murder case since the jury says that the defendant wasn’t even guilty of involuntary manslaughter?).

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Tonight, November 30, in Cherokee County, the County Executive Committee of the Republican Party (CEC) officially censured and recommended state party sanctions for State Rep. Travis Clardy (R-Nacogdoches RER56).  Clardy becomes the second Republican State Representative to be #RULE44’d.

At tonight’s regularly scheduled CEC quarterly meeting, a Clardy #RULE44 resolution was not on the agenda.  Cherokee GOP Chair Tammy Blair told, “The only thing we really had on the agenda was to deal with election judges which has to get done before the filing window really closes.  So, I really had any idea that a resolution censuring Clardy was going to come up.”

However, when new business was called, Precinct Chair Josie Schoolcraft presented a #RULE44 resolution naming Clardy.  Blair said that normal Parliamentarian procedures were followed and two-thirds of those present and voting stated “aye” – meeting the threshold required by #RULE44.  The official tally was 7 to 3.  Blair did not cast a vote.

The #RULE44 resolution passed by Cherokee GOP on tonight is a completely new resolution – different from the one that was debated at two previous meetings filled with theatrics.  The last meeting was held on November 9 in which the Clardy censure resolution was the only agenda item.  The resolution went down to defeat with a tally of 9 to 9.

Ten days earlier, the first CEC meeting was held in which the Clardy resolution was on the agenda.  Clardy packed the room with supporters, including State Sen. Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville).  Rising to the occasion, Clardy put on a performance that was sincerely worthy of applause.  Texas needs more political drama like that.  We’d recommend Clardy give up politics and go into acting, in fact.

During his performance, which you may view here on this RERvideo, Clardy berates and browbeats Schoolcraft, and commands her to study his rebuttal.  Ironically, it’s Schoolcraft that moved the #RULE44 resolution, tonight.

The censure resolution tonight, by Republican Party of Texas rules, had to be a different resolution than the one that failed in early November.  Therefore, the precinct chairs behind this effort, discovered new violations of the stated party principles by Clardy.  The new resolution contained the minimum of three violations.

When asked just to give her general analysis of what happened and why did Cherokee GOP get to this conclusion, Blair said, “I think a lot of our members were frankly freaked out and intimidated, at first.  You have to remember, when you look at those videos, most of those people never come to a committee meeting.  I’m not talking about the folks in the peanut gallery.  I’m talking about the precinct chairs.

“We hardly ever see those folks.  Most of those folks that showed at the previous meetings, Clardy and his team personally stirred them up and got them out to those meetings to fight the #RULE44.”

Blair speaks about how most of the precinct chairs really do their jobs without all of the spotlight and no fanfare. “All of a sudden the gallery is packed with folks, a lot that are not from the county, and tensions are high.  Some of them really just needed a chance to take a breath and let things get back to normal.”

And that’s what bit Clardy, tonight.  Normalcy.

When the Cherokee County GOP got back to doing it’s normal business, and Clardy thought all that was left to do was sponsor a nice barbeque dinner, the people believed business was unfinished.

When things got back to normal — Nichols wasn’t around, Clardy was absent and not storming, and the Clardy-Nacogdoches storm troopers were home watching the Cowboys — Cherokee GOP did what should be normal for more County Executive Committees.  #RULE44 the RINO in your own backyard.

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She got dragged out of State Rep. “Lord Byron” Cook’s State Affairs Committee room by her iconic red, white, and blue knee-high boots.  Why? Because RERcontributor Amy Hedtke dared video tape a government public meeting.

Cook ordered her to be forcibly, violently removed from the committee room for Hedtke exercising the right the every Texan has by the Constitution of this state.

On November 18, 2017, the Hill County GOP Executive Committee met with the hot topic on the agenda being the consideration of a #RULE44 censure resolution naming “Lord Byron”.  A hard-charging HillCo precinct chair essentially insisted that the Chair recognize Hedtke to tell her personal story of Pink Dome tyranny.


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RERondemand — RER BEST OF Claver Kamau – Imani Mon Nov 27 2017

James Quintero of the Texas Public Policy Foundation reminds Texans that new annexation protections go into effect on December 1.

Jared Woodfill reacts to the attacks on Judge Roy Moore and the failure of the Harris County GOP to #RULE44 State Rep. Sarah Davis.

Terri Hall of TexasTURF files a shocking report on how the Texas Department of Transportation is blatantly breaking the law and violating the Texas Constitution to continue the toll proliferation.

Amy Hedtke does a follow up report after being on the scene for Hill County GOP’s #RULE44 of “Lord Byron” Cook.

RERondemand Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani

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With the December 11 deadline to file for a place on the ballot in Texas statewide and local elections rapidly approaching, the emergence of two political attack websites sends a signal to candidates and the campaign consultants they employ to be on their toes.

On or around November 20th, 2017 the County Citizen blog published the story of an anonymous political attack website directed at Gregory Parker, former Comal County Commissioner and candidate for Montgomery County Commissioner Precinct #2. 

“A skimpy website built and published at bearing the introductory heading “A TALE OF TWO PARKERS” and  “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” has emerged as an early punctuation mark in the upcoming commissioners court election races. 

Gregory Parker is currently seeking election as Montgomery County Commissioner Precinct #2 and is a former Comal County Commissioner, author and according to the IMDB database a  writer and actor. While is anonymous icann records reveal a very recent Nov 7, 2017 registration date via domain and hosting giant Godaddy of Scotsdale AZ.” 

Little Jolly Politics and recently learned of another anonymous attack website whose target this time is current Texas Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick. Taking a swipe at issues on Craddick’s campaign website,Crooked Christi – End the Corruption hosts videos culled from Texas Railroad Commission meetings and documents alleging the current Texas Railroad Commissioner “gives oil and gas operators a PASS in exchange for campaign cash”.

The site also hosts documents claiming Craddick’s personal financial statements detail oil and gas companies from which she receives royalties and also votes (or gives a “pass”) on their items appearing on Texas Railroad Commission agendas.

While is anonymous, ICANN records reveal the website was created on October 30, 2017 with the registrant name Perfect Privacy LLC of Jacksonville, Florida.

Craddick is currently seeking reelection to the Texas Railroad Commission.

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The quarterly meeting of the Harris County GOP was held Monday, November 13, 2017 at the party headquarters.  The promoted and expected fireworks for the night was a #RULE44 resolution to officially censure State Rep. Sarah Davis (R-West University Place RER42).  However, that morning, the precinct chair organizers of the effort within the HCRP decided to “abort” their plan.

Unexpectedly, the only newsworthy event of the evening was a resolution presented by Precinct Chair Kelly Horsley to condemn the plague of pay-to-play campaign slate mailers that control the party’s voting primary in the county.  These campaign mailers, distributed by political action committees, are noted for taking money for the endorsements published within.

Since our inception in 2013, has been leading the journalistic push to inform Harris County and Texas voters about the practice seeing that the practice is spreading across the state.

After 20 years of success of the first “Big 3” slates, Gary Polland’s Conservative Review, Terry Lowry’s Link Letter, and Dr. Steven Hotze’s Conservative Republicans of Harris County (now of Texas), it’s turned into an arms war of slates in the county with a proliferation from every type of political group and wannabe political influencer flooding Harris GOP primary voters with check-marked sample ballots on full-color glossy card stock.

After Horsley moved the resolution on the floor for consideration by the County Executive Committee (CEC), the debated on the issue was robust and worthy of watching to see how the CEC came to consensus and finally achieved passage and condemnation.

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Early this morning, received a report from a member of the Harris County GOP Executive Committee (CEC) that some precinct chairs are starting to crawfish away from the #RULE44 resolution drawn up to censure and sanction State Rep. Sarah Davis (R-Houston RER42).  The CEC is scheduled to meet tonight, November 13, at the Harris GOP headquarters and the contentious resolution is on the agenda.

While the rumor is that some chairs are losing their spines, Harris County Precinct Chair Clint Moore is itching for tonight’s debate.  After reading Davis’ rebuttal to the #RULE44 resolution, Moore penned his own rebuttal to the Davis rebuttal.

Davis, in sending out her rebuttal, submitted it to every precinct chair in the county.  Moore followed suit in his open letter.

Moore is a longtime GOP activists and officeholder, and is well-known around the state for his zeal for the Republican Party.


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State Rep. Sarah Davis (R-Houston RER42) has been named in a #RULE44 resolution for censure and sanction by the Harris County GOP Executive Committee (CEC). The CEC meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 13 at the county party’s headquarters.

She’s being named in the resolution for violating (not allegedly) the Core Principles of the Texas GOP as stated in the 2016 Platform.

The approved and published 2016 Texas GOP Platform and Principles states:


“We, the 2016 Republican Party of Texas, believe in this platform and expect our elected leaders to uphold these truths through acknowledgement and action. We believe in:

Principle #2 — The sanctity of human life, created in the image of God, which should be protected from fertilization to natural death.”


Davis has never been in agreement, or compliance with this Principle. She has publicly acknowledged her opposition to the GOP’s stance on life, and has taken action in opposition in her capacity as a Republican Texas State Representative.

A Texas GOP elected official may be censured and sanctioned, according to #RULE44 for three violations against the Principles within the two-year period of the current Platform’s adoption. In addition to her pro-genocide speeches and votes from the floor of the House – which easily exceeds the three-violation requirement – her acceptance of funding from the leading abortion provider in Texas and the United States brings her tally of unfaithfulness to flood stage.

The 2016 Texas GOP State Convention was held from May 12-14. Davis accepted nine campaign contributions from Planned Parenthood after the approval of the Platform and the new #RULE44. All the donation transactions were in November and December of 2016, getting her nice and lathered up for the upcoming 2017 session to crush anything dealing with protecting innocent life.

Appointed by pro-genocide Texas Speaker Joe Straus to the ultra-powerful Calendars Committee for several sessions, Davis has gleefully and effectively did the bidding of Planned Parenthood and was instrumental in killing numerous life bills.

Receiving perennial endorsement by the murderous Planned Parenthood is bad enough. Taking their blood money is inexplicable behavior for any orthodox Republican. RERresearch discovered that the financial sponsorship of Davis by Planned Parenthood began in earnest during the 2014 election cycle.

The cash and services awarded (or, rewarded) to Davis from Planned Parenthood for her legislative career totals $20,067.92.


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State Rep. Sarah Davis (R-Houston RER42) has submitted a four-page rebuttal against the #RULE44 resolution scheduled to put before the Harris County GOP Executive Committee on tomorrow, November 13.

The get the full story on the resolution, to view the resolution, and full case against one of the RINO darlings of the Texas plutocracy see the coverage here.


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