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Travis Ray: Digging His Own Hole

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If you’ve ever even glanced at Twitter, you’ll know the name. A current candidate for State Representative, Mr. Ray has touted himself a man of the people who claims to be working towards a better tomorrow.

However, certain information has been brought to light in the last 24 hours that greatly contradicts his supposed stance on criminal justice reform. According to an anonymous bystander, one of twelve witnesses according to our informant, Mr. Ray was heard openly bragging about how he makes his campaign money: by mining steel from Cayo Perico. 

Those of you in the know understand why this is significant, but for those who are confused: Steel is used in the manufacture of guns. The illegal manufacture of very large caliber guns. Guns that have been used to maim and kill criminals, police, and innocent civilians alike. 

One might question if it’s mere coincidence. Surely steel is used to manufacture plenty of normal household items. Yes, normally one could possibly pass it off as such, however Mr. Ray, according to our witness, also went on to brag that he knew he was selling this steel to a significant criminal group (who was not named) for the explicit purpose of manufacturing these weapons.

The irony speaks for itself here.

Yes, that is correct. Mr. Ray openly claims to not only understand what he’s doing, but also why and for what purpose.

This begs the question, why would someone seemingly so set on reforming criminal justice be an active accomplice in doing what can only be the exact opposite? For those who might still for whatever reason think Mr. Ray couldn’t possibly do such a thing, who could have gotten him wrapped up in such a scheme? Weazel and the LSPD will be working to track down hard evidence. For the moment, the truth, while from a credible source, is in the process of being fully verified.

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  1. Political Watchdog

    January 9, 2022 at 1:12 am

    Dont forget how Travis Ray feels about you all.

    https://i.imgur.com/fZ7jZbj.png

  2. Pingback: Travis Ray: Questionable Answers – Weazel News – New Day RP

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