BREAKING: Ken Paxton Day 1 Rubdown

Paxton allegedly ran from being in hot water with the Texas Senate into the oiled hands of a masseuse.

BREAKING: Ken Paxton Day 1 Rubdown

As Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's impeachment trial commenced, the first day unfolded with an unexpected twist. Scorecard Confessions has learned about Paxton's activities immediately after departing from the Senate chamber, likely becoming a focal point of interest for Texas Senate jurors. According to reliable sources, Paxton made a sudden exit from his own trial following the lunch break, only to be sighted at the Omni Barton Creek shortly thereafter, purportedly engaged in an appointment with a masseuse.

His alleged sighting also appeared to be confirmed by an X user:

This development is likely to raise questions about Paxton's commitment to the impeachment proceedings and the seriousness with which he regards the charges against him. Notably, his lead defense lawyer, Tony Buzbee, who is no stranger to high-profile cases, previously pursued lawsuits against Houston Texans Quarterback Deshaun Watson for allegedly scheduling massages at inappropriate times.

Paxton's absence from his impeachment trial may well irk the Senators who are tasked with sitting through a trial expected to last 4-6 weeks. Their duty involves meticulously examining the evidence against Paxton and ultimately deciding whether to impeach him. Paxton's perceived disregard for the jurors, the institution of the Texas Senate, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, and his own constituents could potentially influence the Senate's decision-making process.

Speaking of rub and tugs: Luke Macias made a music video expressing his love for Ken Paxton and disgust with the Texas House.

If you require a harmonious palate cleanser following Macias' video, here's Roseanne Barr singing the National Anthem:

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