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Texas AG Ken Paxton Says Uvalde Shooting Was ‘God’s Plan’ [AUDIO]

Texas AG Ken Paxton Says Uvalde Shooting Was ‘God’s Plan’ [AUDIO]

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has long been controversial. In 2015, he was indicted on multiple counts of securities fraud. The trial has been delayed on multiple occasions.

July 29th, 2015 Austin, Texas USA: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton testifies in front of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services, just a few days before a grand jury indicts him on three felonies.Two charges of first-degree securities fraud and one count of third-degree failure to register. Paxton is expected to surrender on August 3rd, 2015 (Photo by Robert Daemmrich Photography Inc/Corbis via Getty Images)

Paxton is also known for making controversial statements. His latest, this one concerning the Uvalde shooting, is a doozy. According to the Attorney General, the massacre of school children was ‘God’s plan.’

The Republican made the comments during an interview with right-wing radio host Trey Graham, Paxton claimed:

“If I lost one of my children I’d be pretty devastated, especially in a way that is so senseless and seemingly has no purpose. I think … I would just have to say, if I had the opportunity to talk to the people I’d have to say, look, there’s always a plan. I believe God always has a plan. Life is short no matter what it is. And certainly, we’re not going to make sense of, you know, a young child being shot and killed way before their life expectancy.”

 

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