“The content—support for Kaelin’s opponent—and form—participation in a PAC—of the speech at issue clearly support the notion that it involved matters of public concern, as we have previously held that there can be no question that . . . associating with political organizations and campaigning for a political candidate related to a matter of public concern.” At *5 (quotations omitted).
Cox v. Kaelin, — Fed. Appx. –, 2014 WL 3866128, at *5 (5th Cir. Aug. 7, 2014) (Clement, Graves, JJ.).