Video catches Wendy Davis supporters mocking opponent’s disability

Supporters for Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis were caught on video mocking her Republican opponent, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, over the fact that he’s confined to a wheelchair.

When James O’Keefe’s “Project Veritas” was in Texas to investigate Obamacare navigators and Battleground Texas, a group organized to turn red state Texas blue, it found something else altogether.

“Since he’s in a wheelchair and most the slogans are ‘Stand with Wendy’ and ‘Stand with Texas Women,’ isn’t that amazing to think of? He’s in a wheelchair and we want to stand with Wendy?” a supporter said.

She then remarks on Abbott’s shortcomings as a candidate for statewide office.

“Greg Abbott is not, he’s really not a sure thing, and he’s really not real electable,” the Battleground Texas staffer says. “First of all he’s not good looking, he doesn’t speak very well, he doesn’t have a good personality, and he’s in a wheelchair.” This observation resulted in cackles of laughter.

What she neglected to add is that Abbott, as attorney general, has already won statewide office. His opponent, as a state senator, has not.

Davis, who’s already under fire for embellishing her biography, wasn’t happy when she heard of this latest development. O’Keefe tweeted:

Abhorrent? Yes — and it also isn’t going to help her already beleaguered campaign.

Watch the undercover video and commentary from Project Veritas, then check out, “Bakers facing fines, hate for saying no to lesbian ‘wedding’ cake aren’t backing down.”


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