Sec. 87.013. GENERAL GROUNDS FOR REMOVAL. (a) An officer may be removed for
(2) official misconduct; or
(3) intoxication on or off duty caused by drinking an alcoholic beverage.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE CHAPTER 87. REMOVAL OF COUNTY OFFICERS FROM OFFICE; FILLING OF VACANCIES
What I'm getting here is that:
It's not illegal to veto funding for something.
It's not illegal to ask/demand an elected official resign.
However if you veto something specifically for the purpose of putting pressure on an elected official to resign, it's questionable at best and possibly illegal.
The problem is proving that things went down as stated in this Count II.
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As stated, I don't think that all the facts are known, and they'll come out with further investigation and at trial. You've agreed with that in the first statement. Let's just go with that for now.
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Second, it is most certainly not the right of the Governor to fire or force the resignation of an elected official, especially a county-elected official. Otherwise what is the point of even having an election?
Your argument seems more tailored for non-democratic governments like Russia, China, Iran, etc. Perhaps those are more Perry's style as well.