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March 16, 2022 - 05:00

Editor’s Note: A news story on this topic appears in our Capital Highlights section, which begins on page 8. The Bulletin has included the URL’s Mrs. Sinclair used as her source citations.

Texas hypocrisy is so revolting, it’s beyond nausea. So this 80-yearold born in Texas grandmother says: “Remember the Alamo, my fanny.”

Instead, this is what people should remember about Texas.

The governor is having state authorities investigate parents who get “gender-affirming” medical care for their children.

Yet for a decade, the up to 26,000 children in Texas foster care have been left to suffer. On September 14, 2021, a federal judge “blistered” Texas with this statement: “Your days of looking the other way while children are warehoused, raped, abused, and fed psychotropic drugs are done.”

We’ll see if that makes any difference.

On March 10, 2022, news reports revealed a Texas foster care home for sex-trafficked kids was trafficking them. An employee was “selling nude photographs of two young girls” and using the money to buy illegal drugs and alcohol...” According to an emergency court hearing, there are “7 alleged victims and 9 alleged perpetrators.”

Anybody who doubts this, and has the guts to do it, can check out the links under my name.

I guess there won’t be many people bothering with that. php

Jodie Sinclair

Bandera, Texas