THE ONCE RED STATE OF TEXAS IS NOW PURPLE AND ON ITS WAY TO TURNING BLUE AS GAYS, TRANSGENDERS AND ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT VOTERS HAVING HUGE IMPACT

Saturday, July 6, 2019
By Paul Martin

There is a significant and growing probability that Texas will become the most consequential swing state in presidential and senatorial elections to come. A campaign in the Lone Star State could cost President Trump the White House next year, even if Texas voters will ultimately choose him. A powerful combination of demographic forces are propelling Texas from one of the reddest states in the union into a swing state.

by Geoffrey Grider
NowTheEndBegins.com
July 5, 2019

A powerful combination of sociological and demographic forces are propelling Texas from one of the reddest states in the union into a swing blue state.

I am old enough to remember when California was a rock-solid Red State that helped usher Ronald Reagan into the White House back in 1980, and yes, Reagan was the first person I ever voted for. But here in the 21st century, California is a dystopian Liberal state that more and more is coming to resemble a Third World country than the fabled Golden State lauded in stories, songs and movies. You find that a lot in states that are dominated by Liberals and Leftist policies. Now Texas, already a purple state, is flirting with finishing the job of putting lace on the cowboy’s britches.

When Liberals take power, things get bad pretty fast. We’ve already reported to you how California is trying to pass ACR-99, which would make telling gay people about the Bible a crime. Right now, California middle schools are teaching 10-year olds how to use condoms and engage in sodomy. Both the Democrats and the LGBTQ+ are making huge gains in the Lone Star State. If Texas continues its downward trajectory, Trump will have his work cut out for him in 2020.

Dallas to install LGBTQ-themed rainbow crosswalks in Oak Lawn

Ten rainbow crosswalks are set to come to Dallas’ Oak Lawn neighborhood, the historic heart of the city’s LGBTQ scene. The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved the crosswalk project as a small part of $1.4 million in street improvements on Cedar Springs Road between Douglas and Oak Lawn avenues.

But the colorful walkways will send a big message, said council member Omar Narvaez, who is openly gay.

“WE WILL BE SHOWING NOT JUST THE RESIDENTS OF DALLAS BUT THE ENTIRE WORLD THAT THE CITY OF DALLAS IS A WELCOMING COMMUNITY,” HE SAID.

Mayor Pro Tem Adam Medrano, who represents Oak Lawn, said the street improvements also will include a gateway monument that identifies the neighborhood with rainbow lights. Cedar Springs has long served as the city’s safe space for LGBTQ residents. Until this year, the road was home to the city’s pride parade. READ MORE

Texas May Be ‘Blue Enough’ To Give Trump Trouble In 2020

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