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Now Wendy Davis blames Greg Abbott for this week's blowback

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by Joseph Earnest  January 22, 2014


Newscast Media AUSTIN—When Wendy Davis decided to run for governor, she wrote a biography that seemed inspirational and turned it into the centerpiece of her campaign.  The problem is, her biography was deceptive, and she's now experiencing the blowback from former supporters and media practitioners for distorting the truth.


Whether it is discernment or foresight, this journalist wrote a piece 48 hours before the Dallas Morning News story broke exposing her inconsistencies, and in that article I cautioned the Davis campaign about using "fuzzy math" because I could foresee it damaging her credibility, which it has. You can read that article here. (pop-up)


Whether or not two days later, the article published in the Dallas Morning News was meant to "clean up" her image and iron out inconsistencies, we'll never know.  What we do know is, that article did so much damage to Wendy Davis, she was forced to write an open letter admitting, "You're damn right, it's a true story." (pop-up)


Davis was exposed by the article for having been divorced at 21, not 19 years of age, as she had claimed.  Also in an effort to relate to the poor, she claimed to have lived in a trailer, yet it turns out that she was there briefly, as an apartment was being secured for her, thereafter marrying a wealthy man who put her through Harvard.


More details came out questioning her state of mind when RedState.com published a restraining order that was requested by her second husband Jeff Davis, whom she divorced after he made her last tuition payment, in which the judge ordered Wendy Davis not use drugs or alcohol before visiting her children.

Jeff Davis said she left him right around the time the final payment on their Harvard Law School loan was due. "It was ironic," he said, "I made the last payment, and it was the next day she left."

What is baffling is that her second ex-husband got full custody of their two children, something that is miraculous, considering most family or divorce courts tend to award the mothers custody of their children.


There is no telling how RedState's Erick Erickson got a hold of the restraining order that was issued to Wendy Davis by a Texas court. It certainly has sent her campaign back to the drawing board as we approach the primary elections in March.  You may read the restraining order issued to Wendy Davis here. (pop-up)


The point is, the damage is done.  The problem with the progressive left is their unwillingness to be transparent or truthful in the beginning, then after they've been exposed, blame the Conservatives. We saw it in the Clinton administration, when they blamed the Monica Lewinsly scandal on a "vast right wing conspiracy" only to come out later and admit it was true.  We've seen it in the Obama administration with Fast and Furious, the IRS spying scandal, NSA leaks by Snowden and many other scandals that have forced Obama to publicly admit and apologize after being exposed.


Wendy Davis, a progressive leftist, is also making the mistake of blaming Greg Abbott her opponent for all her problems, instead of taking the blame, learning from her mistakes, then re-calibrating her campaign.


Interestingly enough, (see comment section at the end of this link), it is her fellow women, who are so enraged at her deceptive campaign not the males that she is blaming.


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