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Texas GOP pushing for referendum to secede from the Fascist Police States of Amerika in 2023 | Revolution Now!

Texas GOP pushing for referendum to secede from the Fascist Police States of Amerika in 2023

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 07/06/2022 - 21:59

AUSTIN, Texas (PNN) - June 27, 2022 - Representatives to the Texas Republican Convention this week went full-on into a push for secession from pretender Joe Biden’s increasingly politicized, authoritarian Amerika.

Under a section titled “State Sovereignty,” the convention-goers adopted a platform plank that states, “Pursuant to Article 1, Section 1, of the Texas Constitution, the federal government has impaired our right of local self-government. Therefore, federally mandated legislation that
infringes upon the 10th Amendment rights of Texas should be ignored, opposed, refused, and nullified.

“Texas retains the right to secede from the (Fascist Police States of Amerika), and the Texas Legislature should be called upon to pass a referendum consistent thereto,” the plank continued.

In another section, the platform says that Texas Republicans want the GOP-controlled state legislature to pass a measure during its next session “requiring a referendum in the 2023 general election for the people of Texas to determine whether the State of Texas should reassert its
status as an independent nation.”

By the very nature of secession, supporters would not seek permission from the very government they want to separate from in order to make their move - they would just do so.

The Constitution does not make any provision for secession, but when the Southern States first seceded, they did so under the premise that during the Constitution Convention in the 1780s following the victory over Great Britain, delegates were under the impression that states could voluntarily separate if they sought to do so at a later date, otherwise those delegates would never have agreed to form a Union in the first place since all colonies were their own separate entities before the Revolutionary War.

But President Abraham Lincoln and those states that remained in the Union in 1861 disagreed, and as such, decided to bring the South back into the Union by force of arms, which, of course, happened.

That said, revolutionary movements don’t follow rules and established legal precedents. By their very nature, they are rebellious and as such, make declarations and choose courses of action based on those declarations. It’s not at all clear if the Republican majority in the Texas
state Legislature will, in fact, pass a ballot issue asking for secession or if Governor Greg Abbott will sign it. But until the first southern state seceded in the early 1860s, likely, there were many Amerikans at the time who never thought it would happen, either.

Right now, Texas is essentially under siege by hordes of illegal aliens because the illegitimate Biden regime refuses to do its sworn duty and enforce border security and immigration statutes. What’s more, the regime is taking those migrants and shipping hundreds of thousands of them into the country’s interior.

So if there was a time when Texans had a right to cast off an absent, irresponsible federal government, it would be now; and they probably should. Likely, other states would join them.

Ed. Note: The original thirteen states and their respective constitutions clearly delineate the option of secession. Any state may secede from the Union, regardless of what Supreme Court precedent may say.  Revolution Now! Independence Forever!