AUBREY R. TAYLOR: "At first glance, it looks like Robert Williams is just another retired guy living on a small parcel of land over in Brazoria County, Texas. But there’s a lot more to his story, that I plan to share with you in the coming weeks. However, for the record, I find it very interesting that Robert Williams has the means to donate $35,449.05 dollars to the Alliance for A New Justice System. I also found it interesting that a guy who was charged with issuing bad checks over in Travis County would be trying to hold anyone accountable on social media platforms. And I also find it very interesting that a guy who lives on a homestead that’s only worth $205,590.00 dollars, and land that’s only valued at $9,430.00 dollars can afford to be donating $35,449.00 dollars in hard cold cash to a Political Action Committee – but more on him in the coming weeks."
Red Flags Raised by the Recent Activities of Carroll G. Robinson, Robert Williams and Antron D. Johnson Related to Black PACs
AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©
Have you ever heard of the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats? What about the Texas Black Democrats PAC? Ever heard of these two Black Political Action Committees? What about the Alliance For A New Justice System, TxMuniPAC, Black Women’s PAC, or the Reform HISD PAC? Well, if not, don’t worry, I’m going to shed a little light on how Carroll G. Robinson, the Chairman of the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats, Robert Williams, the man behind the newly formed Alliance For A New Justice System, and Antron D. Johnson, the guy who is acting as treasurer for several of the Black Political Action Committees appear to be playing fast and loose with donated money.
AUBREY R. TAYLOR: "I had a little respect for Carroll G. Robinson, the Chairman of the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats a long time ago. But after he abruptly stepped down from the HCC Board, I grew a little suspicious about this cat. But after not being able to find any sort of Campaign Finance Reports for this Black "POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE" I have completely lost all respect for this dude. And it was so disappointing to find out that the Harris County Chapter of this Black "POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE" operated illegally in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021. And based on their "INACTIVE STATUS" with the Texas Ethics Commission, they should not have even been selling memberships, collecting dues, issuing endorsements, or taking in donations from unsuspecting candidates at all."
HERE'S HOW "PONZI SCHEMES" AND "PYRAMID SCHEMES" WORK
Do you know how a “PONZI SCHEME” works? Ok, I’m going to show you how it works. The way “PONZI SCHEMES” and “PYRAMID SCHEMES” work, is that members are recruited based on a promise that they will be paid for their services by enrolling or convincing others to join the scheme beneath them. Once the perpetrators of the scheme lure enough potential victims into the scheme by promising them that profits will be realized through legitimate business activities, they're off to the races. However, for a “PONZI SCHEME” to flourish, the people at the top must keep the people at the bottom in the dark about what's going on at the top. And for either of the two schemes to continue to grow a constant flow of new members is vital.
ARE SHELL GAMES BEING PLAYED WITH THESE BLACK POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES?
At this point, nobody mentioned in this report is guilty of anything in any way, shape, or form. So, please don't go back and tell Carroll G. Robinson, Antron D. Johnson, or Robert Williams that I reported that they’re running a “PONZI SCHEME" or "PYRAMID SCHEME” in Texas – that would be a blatant lie. Why? Well, all I’m trying to say right now in this report is that their recently filed “CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS” raises some serious questions. And there should be a whole bunch of "RED FLAGS" going up right now, as it relates to how the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats, Alliance For A New Justice System, TxMuniPAC, Texas Black Democrats PAC, and the Reform HISD PAC. And don’t forget about the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats – Harris County Chapter, that has continued to sell memberships, endorse candidates, and trick unsuspecting Democratic candidates into donating money to their “INACTIVE” Political Action Committee, in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 – but more on them later.
AUBREY R. TAYLOR: "This cat right here is Antron D. Johnson, and he's the joker who serves as the treasurer for several of the Black Political Action Committees that we are investigating at this moment. Now, as the treasurer for the Texas Black Democrats PAC, this dude has sworn that everything submitted to the Texas Ethics Commission in their campaign finance report is on the up and up. However, from my investigation into this dude, his most recent campaign finance report, and the way these "GPAC'S" are sending money back and forth to one another -- I'm not too sure if what these guys are doing is actually on the up and up!"
THE TEXAS BLACK DEMOCRATS PAC
In case you don’t know, Carroll G. Robinson’s boy, Antron D. Johnson is the treasurer who signed off on their Thursday, July 15, 2021, campaign finance report for the Texas Black Democrats PAC, that I’m going to breakdown for you today. Now, that being said, please understand that as the treasurer for the Texas Black Democrats PAC, Antron D. Johnson swore to this statement, “I swear, or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that the accompanying report is true and correct and includes all information required to be reported by me under Title 15, Election Code. Now, for those of you who don’t know, TITLE 15, OF THE ELECTION CODE IS RELATED TO THE REGULATION OF POLITICAL FUNDS AND CAMPAIGNS. You can (CLICK HERE) if you would like to learn more about the seriousness of lying on a campaign finance report.
REPORTED POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
On their Thursday, July 15, 2021, campaign finance report that was submitted to the Texas Ethics Commission, Antron D. Johnson swore that, the Texas Black Democrats PAC had only received $15,200.00 dollars between Friday, January 1, 2021, and Wednesday, June 30, 2021.
TOTAL POLITICAL EXPENDITURES
According to the sworn statement submitted to Texas Ethics Commission on Thursday, July 15, 2021, by Antron D. Johnson, who acts as the treasurer for the Texas Black Democrats PAC, they spent $41,098.90 dollars between Friday, January 1, 2021, and Wednesday, June 30, 2021.
CASH ON HAND IN THE BANK
In his sworn statement submitted to the Texas Ethics Commission on Thursday, July 15, 2021, Antron D. Johnson claimed that Texas Black Democrats PAC was left with $6,872.00 dollars in their bank account after all of their expenditures were made.
SOMETHING DOESN’T SMELL RIGHT
In order for “PONZI SCHEMES” and “PYRAMID SCHEMES” to work, the people at the top, must get people to buy into the scheme and then recruit other people to join in under them – so on, and so forth. Well, the same formula can work in politics when with Political Action Committees and unsuspecting candidates who are lured in by the promise that an organization or organizations can deliver votes on Election Day. Now, I’m not saying in any way that Carroll G. Robinson, Robert Williams, or Antron D. Johnson, are actually running a “POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE PONZI SCHEME” or anything of that nature. However, what I am saying is that something doesn’t smell right about how that donated money is flowing back and forth between the Black Political Action Committees these guys are running.
DEMOCRATS ARE BEING SUCKERED
WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON IN HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS
As the treasurer for the Texas Black Democrats PAC, I would think that Antron D. Johnson has some very serious questions to answer right now. According to his sworn statement made on Thursday, July 15, 2021, he swore to the Texas Ethics Commission under penalty of perjury that the items listed in the reports he signed off on were all true and correct. And he also swore under the penalty of perjury that all of the required accompanying information was reported in accordance with Title 15 of the Texas Election Code. Now, that being said, we’ve found several questionable expenditures on the report that was submitted, and sworn to by Antron D. Johnson that covered the period of Friday, January 1, 2021, through Wednesday, June 30, 2021.
WHERE'S THE REPORT?
✅ Reagan Denise Flowers