TEXIT Banner Buzzes Capitol During Governor’s Inauguration

The Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) made a bold statement during the inauguration of Governor Greg Abbott by flying a banner over the Texas Capitol that read, “WE WANT A VOTE ON TEXIT”. The banner, which was flown during the live broadcast of the event, drew the attention of Fox 7 in Austin who covered the story.

This video is a clip from the news story, which shows the banner in action. The TNM believes that the right to self-government and self-determination is a fundamental principle, and we will continue to fight for the right of Texans to vote on TEXIT. Watch the video and join the movement for TEXIT today!

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