Associate GC, Fired After Insurrection Selfie, Files Lawsuit
January 22, 2021
The former associate general counsel of Goosehead Insurance, Inc., who was fired after posting a video of himself stating his beliefs outside the capital during the January 6 insurrection, is now representing plaintiffs in a wide-ranging lawsuit that challenges the validity of the November election.
“The truth of the allegations set forth herein,” says the complaint, “compels the shocking conclusion that every member of currently-seated 117th U.S. Congress and the President-Elect … were not legitimately elected because the People of the United States were given ballots that were patently illegal under federal law, namely HAVA. Therefore, the entire 117th Congress is illegitimate and all actions taken since January 3, 2021, including the counting of the Electoral College votes and confirmation of Joseph Biden as President-Elect and the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump are null and void.”
HAVA, the Help America Vote Act of 2002, is the federal law that was signed into law by President Bush in 2002, partly in response to the controversy surrounding the 2000 presidential election. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit, which was filed in the Western District of Texas, Waco Division, are Latinos for Trump, Blacks for Trump, and one individual. In signing the complaint, attorney Paul M. Davis identifies himself as the former associate general counsel at Goosehead, Inc., who was “[T]erminated after peacefully protesting.”
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