TEXAS CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE PLAGIARIZES, POSSIBLY EMBEZZLES FUNDS
MARY JENNINGS HEGAR HAS A PROBLEM WITH THE TRUTH.
Posted 4 months ago in Politics, updated 4 months ago.
Mary Jennings Hegar has a problem with the truth and ethics in her quest to enter Congress.
By Jacob Engels
Little Texas’ famous song “God Blessed Texas” is all about the unique nature of Texas, its beauty, and the singularly powerful nature of Texan women.
Democratic congressional candidate Mary Jennings Hegar is giving this quintessential hit a whole new meaning. Instead of showcasing the uniqueness of Texan women in a good way, she is single-handedly disgracing Texans in her rabid thirst for relevance.
Hegar has gone Hollywood. What does this mean and why does it matter to voters in Texas’ 31st congressional district? We will answer those important questions … let’s go! First, we have to examine the fact that Ms. Hegar has a documented problem with plagiarizing her campaign talking points from fellow Democratic candidates.
Her primary opponent Kent Lester has consistently used the messaging of “Leave No One Behind” since he entered the race, only to be copied almost word for word by Hegar in recent campaign mailers. Can she and her folks not come up with their own snappy campaign slogan?