Sylvester Turner

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Sylvester Turner
62nd Mayor of Houston
From: January 2, 2016 – present
Predecessor Annice Parker
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Member of the Texas House of Representatives
From: January 10, 1989 – January 1, 2016
Predecessor Stephen DiBrienzi
Successor Jarvis Johnson
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Cheryl Turner (in jail)

Sylvester Turner, is the liberal, pro-China Democrat mayor of Houston, Texas who wants to defund the Houston Police Department, just like other Democrat mayors.[1] He is strongly and unequivocally pro-abortion.[2] Sylvester Turner's wife, Cheryl Turner, is currently in prison, for stealing like $143,000 from an elderly man in a church.[3] His home has 17 floors, despite the high poverty in Houston.[4]

Sylvester Turner pleaded and sided with criminals to "chill".[5]

Sympathy with China

When President Trump closed the Chinese consulate in Houston, Sylvester Turner did nothing, but he defended China in a gingerly way. Wanting more relationships with the Chinese government, he called them "Houston's third-largest trading partner", and defending China's handling of the coronavirus, by saying "China helped protect Houstonians and first reporters during the COVID-19 pandemic, with medical supplies and face masks". He also hoped that the consulate would reopen, to resume trade with the Chinese Communist Party.[6]

Sylvester Turner always defends friendship and trade with China[7][8], even when China became the second country to get $10 trillion in GDP.

Chinese state-run media praised Sylvester Turner for "curbing" the spread of the virus, even when COVID-19 was going up in Houston.[9]

Communist ties

The pro-Antifa Houston Communist Party has congratulated Sylvester Turner for denouncing "Trump's fascist and racist campaign".[10]

Here is what the Communists said: "Thank you, Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston, for denouncing the hostile anti-immigrant rhetoric of Donald J. Trump and his fascist campaign",