MSNBC itself become a news headline in America after telecasting a chyron while “Andrea Mitchell Reports” are going on. Yes, you have read it right the MSNBC makes fun of the especially disabled and renowned personality Mr. Greg Abbott R. In the repost the channel shows the picture of him and shows a chyron “Texas Two-Step”, this went through while the teaser of the forthcoming Texas controversial new election bill has been airing.
Who is Greg Abbott R?
Greg Abbott is the 48th governor of Texas and an attorney of America serving the country since 2015. He was a member of the Republican party who was the 5oth attorney of general of Texas from 2002 to 2015. IN the elections in 2014 he received 59 percent votes while in the reelection he recovered 56 percent of votes and continued his profession.
Personal life of Greg Abbott:-
Basically, he is from Texas and was born on 13 November 1957, his father was an insurance agent while his mother was a housewife. He lived in East Texas along with his family for six years after which they shifted to Duncanville.
Greg Abbott Education:-
He has received his graduation from the high school of Duncanville. He gained two titles in his high school and popular among the rest of the students as a member of the National Honor Society.
From Texas University Greg received his bachelor’s of Business Administration in finance. After this, he went for a Juris doctor’s degree which is completed from Vanderbilt University Law School.
At the age of 26, Abbott went through a mishap that makes him physically disabled. The incident took place on 14 July 1984. He went on jogging and it was a stormy day meanwhile an Oaktree fell on him and he was paralyzed below his waist area. He is in a wheelchair and there are two steel roads implanted in his spine.
The fans of Greg took Twitter and shows their anger at his disrespect by MSNBC:-
Pub tweeted, “Hate speech against a disabled person will not be accepted and tolerated, thus MSNBC must ask for an apology to Greg Abbott.”
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