Daniel Miller Speaking Events

Daniel Miller Speaking Events

Howdy Texans wanted to let you know that there are two opportunities to see Daniel Miller next week . First, on the list, Daniel Miller, President of the Texas Nationalist Movement, will be speaking in Bryan/College Station to supporters, members, and community activists at the Museum of the American G.I. He will be presenting the causes of and the case for TEXIT followed by Questions and Answers from the attendees time permitting.  Join fellow TNM members and supporters at 6:30 pm.  You are encouraged to bring guests to learn more about an independent Texas, the TNM, and the fulfillment of the TNM mission and sign the TEXIT petition.

Click here for more information https://tnm.me/event/daniel-miller-speaking-college-station/

The second Event next week is the following

Join us as we participate in a celebration of the independent author family hosted by Defiance Press, the publisher of TNM President Daniel Miller’s book TEXIT: Why & How Texas Will Leave The Union. Speakers include Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Robert Bernhoft, Daniel Miller, and others. Many other Defiance Press authors will be there and all will be signing their books. Additionally, the TNM will have Certified Petition Circulators on hand to get your signature on the TEXIT petition. Drinks, hors d’oeuvres & special guest speakers! Stay tuned for special VIP status and guest speakers! Come meet Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Daniel Miller, and other great authors and get your picture with them!

Click here for more information https://tnm.me/event/rally-against-censorship/

I hope to see yall next week if you are able to come out to the college station event! If you haven’t signed the petition yet email me so we can get you signed up, in the meantime, you have a great rest of your week. God Bless Yall And May God Bless Texas!!!

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