One Texan voter is not happy with the unwelcome actions of democrat Beto O’Rourke. The senate race in Texas has been cut-throat, with O’Rourke having to defend his drunk driving charge and attempting to flee the scene of an accident caused by it, and his campaign being flagged for ‘impermissible’ loads of California money pouring in ‘donations.’
But now, a class action lawsuit filed against the Beto for Texas campaign “claims the organization sent text messages” without permission, “violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.”
Collin County resident Sameer Syeed filed the lawsuit on Friday, in the Northern District of Texas Court.
Syeed said starting in 2018, he received nine texts from the democrat campaign. When he tried to return calls to the numbers, he said it returned error messages or disconnected dial tones. This indicates that the unwanted messages came from automatic dialing machines.
Syeed tried to stop the messages by texting back, but received no response.
“The Telephone Consumer Protection Act prohibits the use of automated telephone equipment to send texts or calls to a person’s cellphone without their permission except for emergency purposes.”
Chris Evans, communications director of “Beto for Texas,” responded by saying the program is legal.
Many people recognize that rather than admitting wrongdoing, the democrat campaign has claimed that the person they forcefully contacted against his will, multiple times, is basically stupid.
“Our grassroots volunteer program with thousands of Texans canvassing, phone banking, texting, and organizing is the largest this state has seen. It is fully compliant with the law,” he said.
O’Rourke’s actions during the campaign have left many people sickened, and this is just another instance. Rather than trying to work with a voter who has a legitimate complaint, they have apparently chosen to ignore it and continue the practice.
Such activity is typical of the left, many people argue… they want what they want (power) and don’t care what ‘collateral damage’ is inflicted in the process.