Corrupt Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo Booed Loudly by Law Enforcement During Commissioners Court Meeting (VIDEO)

Original article. I am wondering how many corrupt judges like this does our country have?
By Cristina Laila
Published October 12, 2022 at 7:22 pm 315 Comments

Texas – Far-left Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo on Tuesday was loudly booed by law enforcement during a commissioners court meeting.

“Law enforcement members made their disapproval clear toward Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo after she left a Tuesday Commissioner’s Court meeting early.” Fox 26 reported.

Hidalgo could be seen walking out of the court room as officers booed her.

Lina Hidalgo claimed she abruptly left the court room because she was feeling sick.

According to Fox 26, the officers showed up to the commissioners court meeting on Tuesday because law enforcement funding was on the agenda.

Officers showed up to the meeting holding up a banner that read “stop defunding” – and were hoping they got a chance to speak.

Two of the commissioners did not show up so Hidalgo cut the meeting short and waltzed out of the room.


Recall, Lina Hidalgo is currently under investigation for awarding one of her political cronies an $11 million no-bid vaccine outreach contract.

Hidalgo’s top three staffers were indicted in April after prosecutors expanded the investigation into an $11 million ‘vaccine outreach contract’ awarded to one of the judge’s political cronies.

While Hidalgo was threatening to jail and fine people for violating her Covid rules, she was secretly trying to award one of her friends a no-bid contract.

Hidalgo’s Chief of Staff Alex Triantaphyllis and Policy Director Wallis Nader along with co-defendant Aaron Dunn were charged with misuse of official information and tampering with government documents in connection with the canceled vaccine outreach contract.

Judge Lina Hidalgo with her Chief of Staff Alex Triantaphyllis

Lina Hidalgo knows she may be indicted next which is why she has been lashing out at District Attorney Kim Ogg and trying to smear her investigation as a ‘political vendetta.’

“I expect this political exercise to continue through Election Day. [Kim Ogg] will have me indicted. Or name a ‘special prosecutor’- an illusion of independence since those are still beholden to the DA. She did that before in a political prosecution that went nowhere. I’m not deterred.”

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