|Shauberger's getaway vehicle.|
Shauberger ran for County Judge in Liberty County in 1994 and lost. It was the first of four attempts to get a majority of votes in the county. Then he ran unsuccessfully for state representative three consecutive times before he and his partners got in a nasty struggle to take what they could from each other. Shauberger has not run for office since his business dealings with his home healthcare company ended up in multiple lawsuits and criminal charges. In fact his struggles landed him in neighboring Chambers County. Shauberger has alienated many of his friends in Liberty County by his bizarre behavior, but he has subsequently been ordained and preached for several years in Oak Island as he has awaited trial and a resolution of all of his business dealings in Liberty, Texas.
Besides the chaos Shauberger is infamous for like drawing friends into politics, business and legal problems, he also seems to continue to add CPS investigations to the dark shadow that follows him. Shauberger has managed to keep allegations by several of his adopted daughters through the years from becoming public knowledge, or even known by many of those closest to him.
Even with all of his mounting troubles, he has continued to involve himself in politics. Much of the strategy of the Henry Patterson re-election campaign unseen by the public was foretold by Shauberger. He is also rumored to have also been advising Monroe Kreuzer’s bid for Sheriff in Chambers County and Richard Baker. All three races were disasters and kept citizens stirred up in both communities.
One day after those terrible losses it appears Shauberger is quickly retreating to his third county. Liberty Dispatch sources informed us that Shauberger had backed a u-haul up to the parsonage where he lives in Oak Island. It now appears Shauberger is headed for Bexar County.
As Shauberger moves to San Antonio, he leaves behind a trail of tattered, threatened and abused friends, associates, acquaintances and family members.