The Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) is proud to announce the appointment of Dallas-based attorney Brent Gleason as our new General Counsel. As General Counsel for the TNM, Mr. Gleason will be working on all legal issues for the organization and will serve as our Chief Legal Advisor.
“I believe that it is my duty as a father, Texan, and an Attorney to preserve and defend Texas traditions, history, culture, and fellow Texans from the tyrannical control of the political class in Washington, D.C. I am excited to bring my passion to work hard to make Texas an independent, self-governing nation-state.” said Mr. Gleason.”
Mr. Gleason is a licensed attorney in the State of Texas. He earned his J.D. from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and began his legal career as a white-collar criminal defense attorney in Orange County, California. He moved back to Texas in 2014 to take a position as an Environmental Prosecutor in the Dallas City Attorney’s office. He is currently in private practice as a solo practitioner.
“We are proud to add Brent and his expertise to our team. He is committed to seeing the TNM achieve its mission and he is, more importantly, committed to Texas,” said Daniel Miller, president of the TNM.
Since 2005, the TNM has worked hard to secure and protect the political, cultural and economic independence of the nation of Texas and to restore and protect a constitutional Republic and the inherent rights of the people of Texas. Since its inception, the TNM has connected with hundreds of thousands of Texans, conducted thousands of media interviews, participated in international conferences on self-determination, and grown the movement for Texas independence into one of the largest in the world.
“There are many issues that Brent will be working on for the TNM that cover a broad range. Obviously, in addition to the bread-and-butter issues that someone in his position will handle, we are most looking forward to addressing issues of defamation against our organization and supporters in the media, as well as the legal issues leading up to getting and winning a referendum on Texit,” said Miller.