DEEP STATE Succession from the Union

Emcomus

<~Knights of Malta
“Prudence, indeed, will dictate (which) Evils are sufferable. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations under absolute Despotism, it’s Americans duty to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.”

US Constitution Preamble


Have we reached the point of unbridled despotism?
 

Ku Commando

Veteran Member
suc·ces·sion
/səkˈseSHən/

noun

  1. 1.
    a number of people or things sharing a specified characteristic and following one after the other.
    "she had been secretary to a succession of board directors"
  2. 2.
    the action or process of inheriting a title, office, property, etc.
    "the new king was already elderly at the time of his succession"
 

Ku Commando

Veteran Member
Texas GOP floats secession after Supreme Court defeat
by Anthony Leonardi, Breaking News Reporter

| December 11, 2020 08:24 PM

The Texas Republican Party chairman released a statement that all but calls for the state to secede from the Union immediately.

The statement was released after the Supreme Court rejected a Texas challenge to President-elect Joe Biden's wins in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

"The Supreme Court, in tossing the Texas lawsuit that was joined by seventeen states and 106 US congressmen, have decreed that a state can take unconstitutional actions and violate its own election law. Resulting in damaging effects on other states that abide by the law, while the guilty state suffers no consequences. This decision establishes a precedent that says states can violate the US constitution and not be held accountable," the statement reads.

"This decision will have far reaching ramifications for the future of our constitutional republic. Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution," the statement continues.

It ends with a sentence that says the "Texas GOP will always stand for the Constitution and for the rule of law even while others don't."




The decision means all Trump-nominated justices on the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett, sided against the president's case. The Electoral College will meet to vote Monday to make Biden the next president of the United States.

The lawsuit all but ends President Trump's chances at overturning the results of the election in key swing states.
 

Jeff B.

What is left when honor is lost?
Just remember this.

"No standing".

That's what you say when they say "you can't do that because...".

They have no standing with us.

Jeff B.
 

Emcomus

<~Knights of Malta
No standing “on Texas determining how another State runs it elections”? Yet that wasn’t the complaint it was that those 4 States didn’t follow Article II of the US Constitution during the election while other States did, creating diluted results.
 

Tundra Gypsy

Veteran Member
If this should be attempted; we could see UN troops on the ground and Chinese troops pouring in from Canada and Mexico. Bad Idea!!
 

Charmer153

Contributing Member
My fear on this is that if the states do secede then the people in those state would no longer be under the Constitution.
I am sure another would be written quickly, but who would be trusted to write it, and in the currant 'woke' mentality, how many currant rights would disappear, and how many perversions would become rights?
Would marriage be a man and woman, or would people 'have the right' to marry anyone, or anything?
Would people still be allowed guns, or would that be limited to the police and military?
Would people still have freedom of religion, or would we all have to become atheists?
Would people again have the right of ex post facto, would that just be forgotten, since it is so ignored now?
You get the idea..
 

RememberGoliad

Contributing Member
As for Texas, we'd run under our existing Constitution of 1876 and amend as needed. I have no idea what the other states might do, or how encompassing their constitution and state government structure is.

For more information on what's going down here, visit the TNM website's Texit page.
 

RememberGoliad

Contributing Member
We are attending a meeting where David Miller is speaking this week.
Should be interesting.
You mean Daniel, and the thing going on in San Marcos? Should be a good one. It's not far from me but I can't get shook loose in time to get there. Love to see him get to Kerrville or Fredericksburg, close enough where it's not too long on my wife's behind in her wheelchair, we'd be there in a heartbeat....but 4hr of driving on top of the event, just too much :/
 

RememberGoliad

Contributing Member
My fear on this is that if the states do secede then the people in those state would no longer be under the Constitution.
I am sure another would be written quickly, but who would be trusted to write it, and in the currant 'woke' mentality, how many currant rights would disappear, and how many perversions would become rights?
Would marriage be a man and woman, or would people 'have the right' to marry anyone, or anything?
Would people still be allowed guns, or would that be limited to the police and military?
Would people still have freedom of religion, or would we all have to become atheists?
Would people again have the right of ex post facto, would that just be forgotten, since it is so ignored now?
You get the idea..
Charmer, the process has begun in Texas. Rep. Kyle Biedermann (Fredericksburg) has filed a bill in the House to put a referendum on a ballot this November asking if Texas should reassert its independence.
 

SusieSunshine

Veteran Member
It was Great!
Several hundred patriots attended.
The venue indicated that masks were necessary to enter. That did not happen, only the employees of the venue wore a mask.
Both Rep. Kyle Biedermann and Daniel Miller had informative discussions.
Texas has a detailed process to go through to become the Republic of Texas.
20 other states have inquired on the process.
The TEXIT lawn signs are now available.
 

RememberGoliad

Contributing Member
I can guess on some of them. Wyoming, Oklahoma, one or both of the Dakotas, Mississippi, Louisiana.... of course these are guesses, I have no knowledge of anything concrete.
 

SusieSunshine

Veteran Member
If anyone is interested.

TEXIT Virtual Town Hall with State Representative Kyle Biedermann & TNM President Daniel Miller
You've heard the spin from the mainstream media on TEXIT. Now you have an opportunity to the real story.

State Representative Kyle Biedermann and Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller are scheduled to participate in a virtual town hall meeting on TEXIT this Thursday. The hosts have agreed to open the event to the general public.

If you want to hear what's happening with the TEXIT legislation that will give Texans a vote on independence, then register today. If you know others who are interested, be sure to plug them into this event.

The event is on January 21st from 7pm to 8pm. Registration is required, so be sure to click the button below to get signed up ASAP.
 
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