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On yesterday, Monday, February 29, 2016, RagingElephantsRadio.com reported that SREC Committee Member Chris McDonald (SD6) purposefully put precinct chairs on alert that elements of the LM (liberty movement) would be attempting to “takeover” their conventions Tuesday night, March 1, all across Texas. He made the comments at precinct convention training session that was held in Houston on February 23, 2016.
A video has now surfaced of the comments made by McDonald.
Of the five organizations mentioned in the video clip, the Texas Nationalist Movement certainly got folks more than a t…Continued here: https://www.ragingelephantsradio.com/rerfirst-video-surfaces-srec-member-warning-of-tx-nationalists-convention-takeover/
Dr. Tom Oliverson is a candidate for Texas State Representative, House District 130. The district lies within north Harris County. His lone opponent in the race is liberty candidate, Kay Smith, a former Vice President of the Harris County Board of Education.
During a candidates’ forum at the Cypress Republican Women’s Club monthly meeting, Tuesday, February 9, 2016, the two candidates were asked if they would vote for or against Texas Speaker Joe Straus for an unprecedented 5th term when the 85th Texas Legislature convenes in January of 2017.
Straus, the most polarizing figure in Texas politics, election cycle after election cycle is a point of contention. Who will vote for him, and who will vote against him? Whether a voter is supportive of the LM (liberty movement) or the GOP Establishment (maintain the status quo and power structure), a candidate’s position on Straus has become the ultimate litmus test. A candidate that…Continued here: https://www.ragingelephantsradio.com/rerfirst-hd130-candidate-oliverson-says-straus-is-king-video/
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