Recall Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins for Abuse of Office

Recall Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins for Abuse of Office

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We The People started this petition to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has egregiously overstepped his authority, has not upheld his oath of office and acted with clear insubordination to Governor Abbott's executive order GA 38 which ruled masks be prohibited from schools and government buildings. 

Our Constitution's preamble starts with "We The People" not "We The County Judge".

Clay Jenkins recklessly disregarded Governor Abbott's executive order showing disrespect to his oath of office, the Governor and the people of Dallas. Jenkins is punishing parents for wanting a CHOICE for their children. He has turned his back on parents by continuing the unnecessary psychological and behavioral abuse to children by enforcing masks in schools stripping children and parents of choice, basic human rights, and plain civil decency. 

Parents make decisions for whats best for their children, not County Judges.

Jenkins has shown the utmost contempt for his constituents as well as his fellow commissioners by continuing his political theatre similar to the likes of Nancy Pelosi by slandering the citizens of Dallas who exercise their first amendment right of freedom of speech and assembly as a “danger” to him by handing out bulletproof vests at the last commissioners meeting on August 17th 2021 at 411 Elm Street Dallas. 

Jenkins only motive is to further his political career and continue to abuse the people of Dallas with ridiculous mandates based on fear and not facts. 

Please sign this petition to recall Clay Jenkins so he can no longer terrorize us with fear.

We hereby constitute grounds for removal under the statute. Tex. Loc. Gov’t Code Ann. § 87.015 (Vernon 2009) on the grounds (1) incompetence; and (2) official misconduct; on behalf of the residents of Dallas County. 

 

 

 

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