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DR. SCHWERTNER

Senator Charles Schwertner is a physician, family man, business owner, and a life-long fiscal and social conservative. In 2010, Schwertner was first elected to serve the people of House District 20 as a member of the Texas House of Representatives. There, he quickly earned a reputation as a measured and effective legislator, working with his colleagues to pass one of the most conservative legislative agendas in Texas history.

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Packed house in Georgetown to hear Lt. Gov. @DanPatrick speak to the Sun City Republican Club and the Georgetown Area Republican Club. It’s great to see so many friends and neighbors here tonight. #txlege

Today, on #NationalAnthemDay, we celebrate the #StarSpangledBanner & its importance to our nation.

Lt. Gov. @DanPatrick announced the Star Spangled Banner Protection Act as a #txlege priority. It would require the national anthem played at all events that receive public funding.

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Packed house in Georgetown to hear Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick speak to the Sun City Republican Club and the Georgetown Area Republican Club. It’s great to see so many friends and neighbors here tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

Packed house in Georgetown to hear Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick speak to the Sun City Republican Club and the Georgetown Area Republican Club. It’s great to see so many friends and neighbors here tonight.Image attachment

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that looks extremely unsafe

Darwin, do your thing.

Good to see people Coming together. I have really missed That. Still trying to physically recover from severe RA and mold toxicity. Hope I can come to the republican meeting in the spring. Always in your corner

Yeah. As your constituent I find your lack of a mask in that environment appalling. Please do better.

Looks like a fine superspreader event.

Not a single mask to be seen...

Consequences will hopefully happen

Hey Schwertner - what’s up with the flurry of activity on your Facebook account? Do you ever respond to questions asked here? I’m one of your constituents.

Wow no masks no social distancing. Crazy.

Hope they're all vaccinated.... if not, I see idiots at a super spreader event

You have no idea how many illegal aliens built Sun City

Looks like a super spreader Covid mutation event

#ImpeachGregAbbott #VichyRepublican #TraitorToTheTXGOP #BananaRepublicDictator #GeneralSantaAbbott #EndAbbottsReign #HumiliatedByCPAC #KimJongAbbott #NotMyDictator #DoNotComply #OpenTexasNOW VOTE NO ON HB3 If you do not want to carry out your responsibilities as a Legislator, then resign. Do not shift your Constitutionally-mandated duties to the Governor's Office.

Wonder if anyone asked him about the power grid in Texas and why it failed.

Patrick and Schwertner together...did you arrive by clown car with the rest of your Id10t friends? And where’s your mask, Doctor Id10t?

Your blatant disregard for the health of your constituents speaks volumes. And you call yourself a doctor.

How long before they are a statistic on a Covid website???!

Unbelievable. If they get sick, will they want medical care?

You mean Danny Goeb of Maryland was there?

Just another meeting for uncaring infected superspreaders, Coughing and spitting germs all over the place. Listening to a corrupt politician awaiting trial and under FBI investigation. Gross.

The mask mandate hasn't been lifted yet good Dr.

Thanks for sharing your Death Cult pics with us!

And not a mask in sight. Enjoy getting infected and suffocating to death, dummies.

Aren't you a physician? Why is no one wearing masks?

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Today, on National Anthem Day, we celebrate the Star Spangled Banner and its importance to our nation. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has announced The Star Spangled Banner Protection Act as one of his legislative priorities this session. The bill’s purpose is to ensure that the national anthem is played at all events that receive public funding. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, on National Anthem Day, we celebrate the Star Spangled Banner and its importance to our nation. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has announced The Star Spangled Banner Protection Act as one of his legislative priorities this session. The bill’s purpose is to ensure that the national anthem is played at all events that receive public funding.

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It's also national cousins day, why aren't you celebrating that! You hate cousins!

Fix the grid and water supply!

Also, you misspelled "Celebrating", genius.

You and the Texas Senate are more worried about who is playing the National Anthem than protecting citizens - we need people to continue wearing masks, staying socially distanced and getting vaccines - what are you doing to make Texans safe???? How do we get vaccines so we can move forward with a safe citizenry and then remove masks???? Anyone who dies from here on out is on you and your Republican cohorts!!!!!!

Trying to force people to sing the national Anthem isn’t your job. Your job is to make sure Texans aren’t freezing to death on their homes, water can be accessed by residents, we aren’t being gouged for elections due to others failures, workers are safe in the work place, schools are adequately funded etc... If you actually focused on your job over GOP reality show maybe things would improve

This is what you consider that the leg is supposed to spend its time on? Resign

VOTE NO ON HB3 If you do not want to carry out your responsibilities as a Legislator, then resign. Do not shift your Constitutionally-mandated duties to the Governor's Office.

I thought y’all wanted to secede? So confused.

I'm glad our flag is still waving over the Capitol after the failed insurrection of Jan 6th, 2021 by members of your party.

Our power grid is a catastrophic failure, Governor Abbott has caved to right-wing cowards and decided he doesn't care if we sicken and die and lifted the mask mandate, we're 42nd in the nation for receiving vaccines, and your entire party is devoted to overthrowing a lawful election and to treasonous insurrections against the national government. And THIS nonsense is what you find time for?

All of your posts are so dumb 🙁

We surely have no bigger issues to worry about than the setlist for sporting events 🙄

Which begs the question : why do these events receive public funding ?

Really? This is what you choose to focus on while your constituents are still reeling from the badly handled storm. Why don't you go on a little vacation like your pal, Ted?

I certainly appreciate the irony in, just one day after trumpeting Texas "Independence", you choose to to crow about trying to force people and organizations to play the national anthem. That's what they do in North Korea and other dictatorships, not here.

Which “events that receive public funding”, Schwertner?

Yesterday you introduced a gun for the state gun of Texas. Then there’s this today. Obviously you have your priorities mixed up, but I guess you learned from the best. Id10t.

Why are you supporting removing the mask mandate

We went 66 hours without power in the Pinnacle neighborhood. How will the National Anthem help prevent electrical grid failures in the future?

Soooooo...the big hands of our Glorious Supreme Leaders want us to focus on this?!?! Hmmm...can we insist on playing theme song for Friends instead? It is catchier and soooo much more modern...and exactly as STUPID an idea to mandate. Oh...but that song says “I’ll be there for you...”...which was not the case recently during the Snow/Ice/powerless /waterless dystopian cluster-tastrophe where nobody was there for us. Fix that clown.

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