Very fine person and general store owner Representative Kyle Biederman [R-HD73] has filed a bill to allow the people of Texas to vote on something. The bill is being heralded by experts as the pure embodiment of democracy.
Critics have falsely claimed without evidence that Biederman’s bill would lead to something called “secession.” The widely discredited secession conspiracy theory has been condemned by experts as “dangerous.”
Biederman, who wears his mask in the #resist fashion on the floor of the Texas House, appears to be resolute in his determinination to allow democracy to continue and will push ahead with the HB1359.
Despite claims by seditionist, anti-democracy activists who want to stop democracy from happening, Texas can in fact declare independence if the conditions of Union membership outlined in the Texas constitution are found to have been violated.
Biederman says that Texas independence is not a “left or right political issue” because after it passes, there won’t be a political left in Texas anymore, as it will have been outlawed.
The push for independence has widespread support, with only hardline federal supremacists opposing Texas independence.
The Commission on Peaceful Texan Existence Free from Shitlibs told Current Revolt that recent report suggests that federal supremacists, frustrated by misinformation and false narratives that Joe Biden won the presidency through legitimate means, as well as other perceived grievances and idealogical causes fueled by daddy-related issues, could motivate a broad range of feminists and beta males to incite or commit violence.
Beiderman has reportedly said that “haters gonna hate” and that he “ain’t worried bout a thang.”
The most hotly contested question within the independence movement is deciding which flag will be adopted as the “Texas battle flag.”
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