America's most diverse city: Houston is ‘ground zero’ for drunken and drugged driving


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the entire state of TexASS is a drunken Hell-hole . lots of big-gov and high taxes but they pretend otherwise. and the drunks, my god the drunks… that was the very first thing i noticed about Texass. DRUNKS EVERYWHERE. in fact, a drunken, stupid Texass redneck family that i knew WHO ROUTINELY DROVE DRUNK recently had one of their asshole kids killed by a drunk driver. i’m glad to be out of there because the law of averages dictates that one of those drunks will come out of his lane and that’s just what happened.


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Well, but there is no income tax. They might make up for it with property tax.


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don’t fall for that bullshit… state income taxes are a scam to pay niggers to breed.


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meh-hee-cohs legal age of consent is 12 and they don’t have drinking and driving laws, yet when they illegally cross our border and hit the magical dirt of gringoland , they automatically stop doing these things, because kikes say so.


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Houston has nothing going for it. It’s truly one of the worst cities in the Jewnited Snakes. And that’s saying a lot, since just about every city in this country sucks. Except for East St. Louis, of course.


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B-b-but goyim:


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ahhh , the valuable important stuff…schwoogies knuckle dragging playing tree hockey.
Yes, goo’oood goyim.


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https://www.khou.com/article/news/crime/a-long-battle-hpd-officer-expected-to-survive-after-fiery-head-on-crash-with-dwi-suspect/285-624674678

The suspect ran from the scene but was later found and was taken into custody. Houston Police have now identified the suspect driver as Cesar Callazo, 23. His mugshot will be released at a news conference scheduled for 3 p.m.

According to court documents, he is charged with two counts of intoxicated assault of a peace officer and two counts of failure to stop and render aid.

“As far as this suspect that caused all this carnage tonight, we’re absolutely going to keep a close eye on this case to make sure he is prosecuted to the full extent of the law, cause we almost lost an officer tonight cause of his selfish act,” Officer Joe Gamaldi, president of the Houston Police Officers Union, said Monday morning.

Police say this wreck was one of three involving officers and DWI suspects overnight.

Just before 2 a.m. Monday, a suspected drunken driver crashed into another HPD patrol unit in the 200 block of West Little York and ran from the scene. He was eventually captured. Luckily, the officers involved were not injured.
Just before 10 p.m. Sunday, officers stopped a suspected drunk female suspect in the 100 block of Yale. During the stop, she backed up into the patrol unit, and then got into a fight with officers. She was arrested and taken into custody.

“Let’s be real honest, we’re in the worst city, worst county and worst state for drunk driving, and when it comes to driving under the influence, injuries and fatalities,” Acevedo said.


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sure the mexican was drunk BUT, “The Heroes” were speeding to a call probably unnecessarily which is common. typically the corrupt cops are foisting the blame entirely on the drunk mexican. here’s the video:


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What would a Green New Deal mean for Houston’s refinery workers?

Only massive changes to public policy and the energy industry will stem carbon emissions enough to make a difference — the kinds of changes that could turn Houston into a 21st century Rust Belt city.


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“Healthy cities are vibrant places where people want to live and companies want to relocate, and that describes Fort Worth now more than ever,”

Right. FWISD:

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