Not Texas, not San Antonio

“ Governor Bill Lee announced the order for Tennesseans to remain at home will expire April 30, with the vast majority of businesses in 89 counties allowed to re-open on May 1.

“Our Economic Recovery Group is working with industry leaders around the clock so that some businesses can open as soon as Monday, April 27,” said Gov. Lee. “These businesses will open according to specific guidance that we will provide in accordance with state and national experts in both medicine and business.”

“That’s the law in Texas, and we had a judge here that decided that the Texas legislature didn’t have it right, that they were not permitted to have laws they passed, that they could stay in place,” Paxton explained, adding that they are constantly “under assault” from progressive groups over voting laws.

“We’re under assault. We have law firms filing lawsuits against us — we think they’re funded by George Soros — on all kinds of election issues. It’s an onslaught. It’s not just this mail-in ballot effort,” he said.

“We’re getting hit with all kinds of different lawsuits. And of course, if they’re successful, they hope to turn the state into a Democratic state permanently and keep the rules so loose on voting and fraud, that it’d be hard to ever win the state back,” he said.”