Late Night Coffee Talk: TEXIT Bill Progress, AG on Facebook Lawsuit, & Rally News

This week on TNM’s Late Night Coffee Talk with Daniel Miller, we’ll discuss the latest developments in the movement for Texas independence. We’ll dive into the impact of TNM’s banner flyover during the Governor’s inauguration and what it means for the legislative session. The Texas Attorney General has also officially weighed in on TNM’s lawsuit against Facebook, and Daniel will be breaking down the details. We’ll also be giving an update on the Rally Against Censorship and the progress being made in the fight against censorship of TEXIT content. As always, we’ll be taking your questions live, so email your questions to [email protected] or drop them in the chat during the live stream. Tune in for a crash course on Texas politics and the fight for self-determination.

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