The Republican Convention, TEXIT, and a Mainstream Media Meltdown

Following the Texas Republican Convention where 9,000 delegates embraced two planks calling for an independence referendum, TEXIT is everywhere. What does it all mean?

Join Daniel Miller, President of the Texas Nationalist Movement as he dedicates the entire hour of his weekly livestream, Late Night Coffee Talk, to unpacking the convention, what happened, what it means, why the mainstream media is pushing more lies than truth about TEXIT, and how this fits into our overall strategy.

The livestream will start on Wednesday (6/22) at 9:30PM which you can watch above, on any of our streaming platforms, or on the TNM’s Roku channel. You can send your questions to [email protected] and join the chat on any of the streaming platforms that support it (YouTube | Facebook).

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