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On the second day of Attorney General Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial, defense attorney Tony Buzbee cited what he described as a venerable bit of wisdom about the state capital. Buzbee introduced the phrase while cross-examining former Paxton lieutenant Jeff Mateer about his decision to share with the FBI evidence of corrupt actions by the attorney general. Speaking with a suspicious tone, Buzbee noted that Mateer blew the whistle on his boss on the same day that vanquished Paxton primary challenger George P. Bush applied to reactivate his law license. Buzbee seemed to suggest that Mateer was involved in some sort of conspiracy to replace Paxton with Bush (though the law license bit is hard to follow, given that the Texas attorney general doesn’t have to…
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