Texans For Greg Abbott Offers To Fund All-Expenses Paid Campaign Trip For Nancy Pelosi

AUSTIN – Texans For Greg Abbott today sent a letter to the Texas Democrat Party offering to pay for a visit by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to campaign for Texas Democrats before the November 6 election. In the letter, written by Texans For Greg Abbott campaign manager John Jackson, the campaign offers to cover the leader’s airfare, hotel and per diem for the entirety of her visit. The campaign has even offered to provide a list of local barbecue joints for Pelosi to enjoy while she visits the number one state for job creation. This would be a great opportunity for Leader Pelosi to share her big government, open borders agenda with Texas voters and to witness firsthand the success and prosperity achieved by the people of Texas.

To read the full letter, click here.

“No Californian represents the principles of big government and higher taxes better than California Congresswoman and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi,” writes Jackson. “This is the same Nancy Pelosi who said that sanctuary cities make us ‘safer’ and who referred to tax cuts for the American people as ‘crumbs’ — statements that are in lockstep with gubernatorial candidate Lupe Valdez and the entire Texas Democrat Party. Should you accept our offer, I will gladly provide a list of Texas’ finest barbecue establishments so that Leader Pelosi can have the full Texas experience as she campaigns across the state that continues to lead the nation in economic growth and job creation.”

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