Democratic Texas DA submits resignation after accusations of misconduct

Democratic prosecutors across the country have been put on notice this year as angry Americans take action against the progressive, soft-on-crime trend that has led to increased violent crime across the country.

According to The Blaze, a troubled Texas district attorney, El Paso County DA Yvonne Rosales, was forced out of office this week. She was already suspended, which prompted her to submit a full resignation.

Her resignation was strategically timed, as it came less than 24 hours before a judge was set to rule on whether or not she’d be thrown out of office.

Rosales’ resignation was the culmination of a petition filed back on August by El Paso criminal defense attorney Omar Carmona who accused her of misconduct and incompetency.

The petition

“Rosales’ incompetency is demonstrated by both her conduct AND the conduct of her subordinates,” the petition read.

The Blaze added: “The petition accused Rosales of failure to charge cases in a timely manner; significant decreases in case filings; mishandling of the Gabaldon murder case; mishandling and stalling of the 2019 El Paso Walmart massacre case; and bad faith representations to the the court.”

In September, Judge Tryon D. Lewis of Odessa allowed the petition to move forward to the next stage, marking the final months of Rosales’ career.

“I believe that she will see the writing on the wall,” Carmona had said before Rosales submitted her resignation, correctly predicting the outcome.

Her resignation is set to take place on Dec. 14.

“It’s been an honor”

Rosales, in her resignation letter which was sent to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R), thanked the state for allowing her to serve in that position, even though she was clearly terrible at her job.

“It has been an honor and a pleasure serving as the District Attorney of El Paso, Hudspeth, and Culberson Counties, so it is with a heavy heart that I tender my letter of resignation,” the letter read.

The governor will now appoint a replacement to cover the end of the term, which expires in 2024.

One can be sure her replacement will be the polar opposite of Rosales, a walking Democratic disaster for the state.