To assess the state of bloviated egos among local officials, one should examine the following statement by Fort Bend County Judge KP George:
“I am launching numerous initiatives from financial sanctions, cybersecurity protections, the expulsion of Russian officials in Houston,” said KP George, Fort Bend County Judge.
That’s right. Your county judge is now chiming in on international affairs. George was elected to run the operations of the county; but he seems to view himself as more of an international diplomat. Further, let’s dig to the core of what George is calling for: the closure of a foreign consulate and the expulsion of foreign diplomats.
Fort Bend County has a considerable Russian population which relies on that consulate for essential services. The consulate provides the issuance of passports and visas so that ethnic Russian residents of Fort Bend County can return to their homeland to visit with their families. It also serves to assist Russian tourists who might have problems while in Houston. Each of these services ensure that our Russian community is able to travel copaceticly and without issue.
Russian Embassy in Houston
This action on the part of George is egregious and prejudicial. His intention to deny ethnic Russians these essential services is one more example of the discrimination these people face on a daily basis. It is a common occurrence for Russians in America to receive insults and even death threats. Many Russian businesses in Houston are removing any signage that includes the word “Russian” due to fears of vandalism. To see an elected official participate in this bigotry is unacceptable.
And this is the result of the American Democratic Party’s war with Russia.
“There’s people in the White House who want this war and they’ve said it repeatedly. Even President Biden has said the purpose of the war is to dispose of Vladimir Putin,” said Robert F. Kennedy on The Joe Rogan Experience.
Russia’s opposition to the Globalist Agenda has placed it squarely in the sights of the American Democratic Party. As a result, a proxy war rages with American Democrats, who constantly howl for more funding for this bloody engagement.
The Minsk peace accords sought peace in the region, and with the Biden Administration opposing this agreement, the peace deal did not get signed. Now, with the war raging, the world has lost an estimated 350,000 Ukrainian lives. Yet, despite these losses, American Democrats call for more war.
Democratic policy has submerged our country in what many can argue is its first ethnic genocide. George’s rhetoric proves he is on board with this aggression with a sovereign nation. Furthermore, it paints the appearance that the people of Fort Bend County are hungry for this war as well.
There was a time when the County Judge seat came with a dose of small-town humility; where the judge did not have a personal driver, nor the desire to call for foreign aggression from his locally elected seat. Rather, the judge understood that he was elected solely for the purpose of an oversight on county operations; nothing more.
George’s action not only misrepresents the people of Fort Bend County, but it serves as an act of prejudicial bias against Fort Bend County’s Russian population. This begs the question, “What motivation did KP George have when crafting this edict?”
It is clear he did not attain this drive from the people of Fort Bend County, who are largely peaceful, and greatly concerned with our own national borders. So, if the people are not demanding such action, then who is? Where does KP George receive his marching orders?