ALDEN - Governor Kirk Paul gave is 2023 State of the State address to the Mesian assembly, with an estimated 4 million Mesians watching the address. During the address, Governor Paul issued that he would work to end the suffering of low income Mesian families and ensure they had the support and resources necessary to live.
He also called the flawed Justice system that is seeking to prosecute him for tax fraud. He called for accountability and also assured Mesians that if re-elected that officials at the state's Justice Department would face several recalls to ensure they remain fit for duty. Governor Paul is being investigated for tax fraud, and calls it a severe disgrace that the Nationalist Party would considered spreading lies about his role in cheating on his taxes.
"That party has been after my throat since the minute I announced my 2021 campaign, and since they had nothing to use against me, they've turned to dirty politics," said Governor Paul. "They want me gone, but I will not let that happen. They want our state and country to be divided, and they want our government to allow the mutilation of children. This party will not stop its attacks on me and thus, we must do everything in our power to legally prevent a Nationalist governor of Mesa."
Several media outlets have also called on the justice department to investigate the person who issued the warning against about the tax fraud. The Nationalist party clapped back, with House Speaker Gretchen LeWolf saying that "the Republicans tried accusing OUR president of rape, and sexual assault, and are just trying to scapegoat our party so it makes their chances in 2024 that much stronger and ensure that a Republican keeps control."
"It is a disgrace that Governor Paul blames my political party for his illegal actions. Even the US Republican party does the same thing," said Congressman David Fees. "He says that the Nationalist Party issued hateful legislation against blacks and latinos, while he and his party issued anti-gay bills in their states."
Many Republicans have a longstanding feud with the Nationalist Party and they continued that feud in 2021, when then-Governor Parker Heaton stepped down, to focus on retirement and Kirk Paul announced his bid for Governor. The longstanding feud spans a few decades and is not likely to end in the coming decades.
During the State of the State, Paul announced that the economy was strong, the rate of inflation was falling and the job creation and job market was expanding. He went into further detail about his plans to expand infrastructure for the next 10 years and says that we can expect to see more from his office in 2024.
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