I can empathize with you now. I know you were able to walk until a terrible accident befell you.
But you haven't let that stop you. You went on to accomplish many wonderful things in your life and even though I may not agree with you politically, I still applaud you for not letting your handicap get in your way.
Now, you've handicapped me and countless other Texans by taking away all but one drop off ballot box in each county in the biggest pandemic we've seen in a century. That's cutting us off at the knees sir.
You know in your heart that that is wrong. You've spoken at anti-abortion rallies about all life being worth something. Why are you changing your tune now? You know you could be putting lots of people in harm's way and may even be killing a few.
You were awarded 9 million dollars for having that tree fall on you even though I'd consider it no ones fault but instead an act of god. But you're an attorney and that's the way attorneys can be. So, mister attorney and governor, who's going to pay each person that's handicapped by your decision to suppress voters 9 million dollars each?
We, like you, will survive. We will vote. And when your turn comes around, we'll remember who it was that played god and handicapped us for no good reason.