HE TWEETED ABOUT IT????
It’s clear that the media wants to drum up another controversy involving my work as Attorney General, so they’re attacking me for having the audacity to avoid a stranger lingering outside my home and showing concern about the safety and well-being of my family.— Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) September 27, 2022
Very bad idea. (And he attached it to the Texas Tribune tweet to be sure it was widely seen.)
Ken Paxton when he’s served papers pic.twitter.com/WDYAsr5qjf— Cayden McCord (@CaydenMcCord) September 27, 2022
I had a process server come to my door, once. More than once, if I recall correctly. My daughter had been in a minor traffic accident shortly after she got her driver's license (it runs in the family. The day I got my first car I was driving to my wife's, then girlfriend's, house to show it off, and turned off the highway so fast I lost control, spun it 180 degrees, and put it in a ditch on the side of the road. And then continued merrily on my way, driving a bit slower.). The suit came as the statue of limitations was running, so by then Lovely Daughter was away at college. I didn't lie to the process server, but I was under no obligation to tell him where she was (in Santa Fe, New Mexico). They finally caught up with her, the insurance company handled it, all was well.
That’s what a alpha male conservative does when a stranger is at their front door? Have their wife drive them away? 😂😂— Eri (@Mre214) September 27, 2022