The issue of waiver of venue objections by the prosecution who has chosen the venue
And it was allegedly unfair to the prosecution to keep the trial in the venue where the prosecution BROUGHT it in the first place - and thus picked a venue and waived all objections to it.
The issue of waiver has not been picked up by the media, as far as I saw
Instead, the media is pounding on Ken Paxton for trying to remove the judge who is obviously in the prosecution's pocket.
Changes of venue are rare and disfavored by courts.
I am sure Judge Gallagher will not be in a hurry to disclose that information.
We already have an example from Pennsylvania where a crooked judge, presiding over a crooked criminal proceeding, obtained a crooked conviction against the State Attorney General Kathleen Kane, for going against judges and prosecutors.
Let's see what will be the course and the outcome of the Texas trial against the Texas AG who would very apparently not have been indictment but for the political struggle for his seat.
I bet the Inn of Court's puppet Judge Gallagher's "unusual" change of venue and his work as a practical advocate for the prosecution - allowing it to dump the entire jury pool from the venue they have themselves chosen, in order to help the prosecution win the case - will not be his last pro-prosecution trick in this trial, if he is not removed from the case.
I will continue to monitor the trial and outcome of Texas AG Ken Paxton.