Odus Evbagharu (right), the chairman of the Harris County Democratic Party isn't very smart. What am I talking about? Well, Pastor Ed Young, the senior pastor of Second Baptist Church, has launched a new series entitled, "The Church Awake" that's going to continue through Tuesday, November 8, 2022, which just happens to be Election Day! So, what we're already starting to see, are pastors from all across America siding with Dr. Ed Young, as he brings attention to the important issues of crime and corruption in Harris County, Texas. According to published reports, as of October 7, 2019, Second Baptist Church boasted a membership of over 80,000 congregants. You can "CLICK HERE" to hear Pastor Ed Young's "CALL TO ACTION" to his followers.
Pastor Ed Young and other local pastors banded together to oppose "THE HERO ORDINANCE" back during Tuesday, November 3, 2015, City of Houston general election. You can "CLICK HERE" to see how Dr. Ed Young implored his congregants to stand strong against "THE BATHROOM BILL" because "approval of the ordinance would carry our city further and further down the road to being secular and godless!"
AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©
Odus Evbagharu, the chairman of the Harris County Democratic Party is making political blunder after political blunder as we head into Labor Day, which kicks off the 2022 Midterm cycle.
I’m not against the Harris County Democratic Party as a group. And “NO” I’m not trying to destroy the Harris County Democratic Party. Nope!!! I’m against some of what I see happening in Harris County, Texas right now! Democrats are in power right now, and there’s a disconnect between the leadership of the Harris County Democratic Party and rank-and-file Democrats. How can I say this? Well, back on Tuesday, March 1, 2022, in the Democratic Party Primary, rank-and-file Democratic voters ousted (10) ten Democratic incumbent judges.
Then on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, in the “RUNOFF ELECTION” for the Democratic Party Primary, Judge Clinton “Chip” Wells, the presiding judge for the 312th Family District Court, got handily defeated by his Democratic challenger by the name of Teresa Waldrop. And the same fate was handed to Judge Jason Luong, the presiding judge for 185th Criminal District Court when he got defeated by Andrea Beall, who currently works as a prosecutor.
I’ve said all of that to say that what we’re looking at right now is an “ANTI-INCUMBENT” general election that’s about to sweep through Harris County, Texas. That being said, we don’t need a “BLUE WAVE” or “RED WAVE” so to speak. What do we need? Well, what’s needed right now in Harris County, Texas is a move of God if you ask me. We need to elect God-fearing people who love “OUR CONSTITUTION” and have the backbone, intestinal fortitude, and courage needed to do their job.
Now, back to Odus Evbagharu, the chairman of the Harris County Democratic Party. Odus is about as ignorant as they come. And I’m not calling Odus ignorant to demean him in any way, shape, or form. I’m simply stating this Odus Evbagharu is in over his head and lacks the knowledge needed to stir Democrats to victory on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, in this Midterm Election.
In case you don’t remember, the same playbook you see Dr. Ed Young using right now – he’s used it before. For those of you who don’t know, Dr. Ed Young is one of the most powerful pastors in America. And on top of that, he’s also one of the most courageous men of God walking the planet.
So, what Odus Evbagharu and some of his allies don’t understand is that attacking Dr. Ed Young was a big mistake and could cause the Democratic Party heavy casualties at the ballot box on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, when Democratic incumbents will have to face off against their Republican challengers.
Remember back when Dr. Ed Young was crisscrossing the City of Houston (with other local pastors) telling everyone to, “Vote “NO” on Proposition 1,” the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance that they’d successfully labeled as “THE BATHROOM BILL” through their attempt to keep men out of women’s bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers?
What you might not know is that “THE BATHROOM BILL” was defeated with the help of many African American women from all across the City of Houston. If you look back, “THE BATHROOM BILL” got handily defeated, as women joined forces with “THE MEN OF THE CLOTH” to push back against allowing men to “SELF-IDENTIFY” as a woman to gain entry into women’s bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers. For the record, 157,110 votes were cast against “THE BATHROOM BILL,” while only 100,582 votes were cast in favor of allowing men into women’s bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers.
If you remember, Dr. Ed Young, just as he’s doing now, stood before his congregation which was more than 63,000 at the time, and encouraged them to vote “NO” on Proposition 1, back in 2015.
In a 2015 message, Dr. Young told his congregation, "The bottom line is that if we open up our facilities where someone can choose their sexual orientation-those of us who believe men should use men's facilities and women should use women's facilities will be discriminated against."
Dr. Young went on to share a personal message with his congregation about an experience where his wife was confronted by a man in a downtown Houston female restroom.
You can “CLICK HERE” to listen to the portion of the message he delivered back in 2015 where he implored his flock, vote “NO, NO, NO!” on the HERO ORDINANCE!!! Why? Well, according to Pastor Ed Young, approval of the ordinance would carry our city further and further down the road to being secular and godless!
Aimee Castillo takes a moment to tell Aubrey R. Taylor about how half-brother was murdered by a criminal who was out on multiple bonds. You can (CLICK HERE) to see what she had to say. She is also encouraging all Harris County voters to cast their ballot for all of the Republican judicial candidates on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, in the Midterm Election.
Aimee Castillo shares her story about how her half-brother, Josh Sandoval was needlessly murdered in Harris County, Texas back in 2021. You can "CLICK HERE" to listen to her interview.