#TEXIT: Texas Rep. Introduces Bill That Would Let Residents Vote on Seceding From the US

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Texas State Representative Kyle Biedermann introduced a bill on Tuesday that would allow Texans to vote on seceding from the United States.

House Bill 1359, otherwise known as the Texas Independence Referendum Act, would let residents vote on if the Texas Legislature should create a joint interim committee to create a plan for independence for the state.

In a press release provided to The Gateway Pundit, the Texas Nationalist Movement explained that “the bill would give Texans an opportunity to head to the polls in November of 2021 and start the process of reasserting our status as an independent nation. If the people vote in favor, the bill provides for the establishment of a committee to begin working on a transitional plan which would address all of the issues related to decoupling from the federal government.”

Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller added that, “this bill is simply to put the question to the people of Texas. Even if legislators don’t personally support TEXIT, at a minimum, they should support your right to publicly debate and vote on the issue. Your representatives either believe that you are smart and responsible enough to make this decision, or they believe that they know what’s best for you regardless of what you think. There is no middle ground.

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4 thoughts on “#TEXIT: Texas Rep. Introduces Bill That Would Let Residents Vote on Seceding From the US

  1. right then. the democrats would not allow texas to secede from the union any faster than the republicans would have.
    because it isn’t about left vs right – it is about the federal uncle samuel collecting his federal tax dollars. and uncle samuel does not care if you are a democrat or a republican.

  2. Hey Texans, before you vote to succeed, read up on what happened to those that tried that the last time.

    It was called the Civil War, and at that time, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina combined with you Texans, and you got your collective heads handed to you on a platter by the US government.

    1) Do you really believe the government will just let you go?

    2) How do you think you’ll fare this time all by yourselves?

    1. That was exactly what the European Union’ “Project Fear” tried to argue in the protracted BREXIT campaign (aided and abetted by ‘Remainers’ within Parliament and the mass media). And now see how it turned out.

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