As Texas inches closer to seceding from the Union, the rest of the country should be acutely aware this is not idle talk.
State Rep. Kyle Biedermann (R) of Fredricksburg, TX has gone on the record stating he will file a bill with the state’s legislature to put secession to a referendum. His sentiments have garnered widespread support from working families who are disgusted by radical liberals imposing their values on everyday people.
“The federal government is out of control and does not represent the values of Texans,” Rep. Biedermann stated. “That is why I am committing to file legislation this session that will allow a referendum to give Texans a vote for the State of Texas to reassert its status as an independent nation.”
Left-wing media outlets and liberal elites mock the idea of Texas independence as a fantasy. These are the same types of sources that predicted Hillary would win in a landslide, a Blue Wave would sweep out the GOP in 2018 and 2020, and America would lose in a trade war with China.
Politico — a well-known liberal propaganda outlet — recently published a piece ridiculing conservative Texans on the issue. The hit-piece called What All the Secession Talk Really Means, slanders Biedermann as a cross-dressing Nazi. It goes on to quote liberal sources who deny the secession movement has any validity.
“When pushed on their rationale for secession, proponents waffle between unspecified ‘values,’ hazy nods to ‘cultural differences’ and a vast Democratic conspiracy,” Politico writer Casey Michel states.
“There won’t be a secession push right now — it’s not the second secession winter,” Richard Kreitner, author of Break It Up, reportedly said. “Simply making the threat that you might pull the plug on the Union has often been enough to get you what you want. Even if you don’t go through with it, it gets you what you want. It convinces those in power that pushing too hard risks a fatal rupture — or even a civil war.”
But the boots on the ground attitude in conservative counties is to arm yourself to the teeth because it’s political secession or outright civil war coming. In South and East Texas, seemingly ordinary people are quietly preparing for upheaval.
Some point out that a majority of enlisted military personnel come from below the Mason-Dixon line and will not try to force the country’s second-largest state to remain in the Union.
Outlets such as NBC News are attributing the secession movement to disgruntled Trump supporters who are angry about Democrats committing widespread voter fraud to steal the White House and both houses of Congress. The anti-conservative smear piece, Trump-loving Texas Republicans One Up One Another with Election and Secession Insanity, paints secession much like the “resist and obstruct” insanity from Democrats after fairly getting beaten in 2016. The only difference is that election laws were broken in 2020 and liberal zealots are bent on transforming the world’s most powerful Democracy into third-world socialism. In terms of labeling Texas values as murky, being democratic capitalists and not socialist dictatorship is a good place to hang your hat.
Whether political leaders such as Biedermann and others put secession to a referendum vote or not, those supporting Texas independence agree that the people should decide for themselves, not corrupt Washington politicians and Blue State voters.
“Regardless of whether you support independence, or do not, at a minimum, the people of Texas deserve to have an open, free, fair, public debate on the issue that culminates in a binding referendum on the issue,” Texas Nationalist Movement pres. David Miller reportedly said.
Many conservatives believe that if Texas goes, other Red States will follow. Considering how passionate Trump supporters showed they were yesterday at the Capitol building that seems like a real possibility.