Shelley Luther was not punished for "giving a haircut." She wasn't punished for violating Gov. Greg Abbott's orders. She was punished for violating a judge's legitimate and legal order from a court. To suggest otherwise or to make her some kind of a martyr for a cause is a disservice to martyrs and causes. Tom Melsheimer gives the actual facts of the case and the dangers of playing politics with it . . .
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