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Wendy Davis Restraining Order Surfaces As PPD Sets To Break Big Story

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wendy davis restraining order

Texas state Democratic Senator Wendy Davis listens as the state Senate meets to consider legislation restricting late-term abortion in Austin, Texas, July 12, 2013. The Republican-controlled Texas Senate passed a bill to ban late-term abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, ending a political battle that stirred national debate over abortion in the United States. (REUTERS/Mike Stone)

Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, who has been on the defensive since facts surrounding her life story emerged that conflicted with her claims, was apparently acting in a manner that the judge saw fit to grant a temporary injunction against her.

Until the final hearing, Wendy Davis was ordered to pay child support, was barred from the couple’s residence, barred from seeing their child Dru Davis, ordered to give up the Lexus, and basically stay away from her former husband Jeff Davis and their daughter.

It was also revealed today that Davis gave up custody of both of her children, reportedly to pursue her own ambitions.

The Wendy Davis restraining order was uncovered a day before PeoplesPunditDaily.com released a bombshell story on Texas state senator and gubernatorial candidate, Wendy Davis.

Read: “Exposed: The Real Wendy Davis Life Story Is A Battleground Texas Creation”

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Rich, the People's Pundit, is the Data Journalism Editor at PPD and Director of the PPD Election Projection Model. He is also the Director of Big Data Poll, and author of "Our Virtuous Republic: The Forgotten Clause in the American Social Contract."

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  • Well, if he is so good, why is this story out? Looks to me like a little revenge is going on here. I think there is more to this story than what we are hearing. Maybe he treated her so bad she left and she could not afford to keep those children at the time.

    • I’m sure there is more to the story – there always is – but what you are suggesting makes no sense whatsoever. It is extremely unusual for the court to grant child custody to the father in these cases, so there is virtually no chance that he was abusing her or even treating her badly. Even if the court was not involved, why would a mother give up her children to a man that was abusing her? The fact that this is not your typical divorce decree but an actual restraining order against Wendy Davis (check out the stipulations in the restraining order) seems to indicate she is not a very nice person. As for not being able to afford the kids at the time, she was a Harvard-educated corporate attorney at the time and I suspect she was hardly pulling down poverty wages.

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