This is the second county club to exit
Although I strongly disagree with Matt Rinaldi on his support of “money follows the child” school choice, I have heart that the the people who decided to withdraw from the partnership are known to support blm. It would be helpful to get some more information about what caused this issue and what the young republicans organization is doing/not doing for these issues to arise. I also agree that the Republican establishment is not typically standing for conservative values on a consistent and principles basis and for that reason, I cannot in good conscience, call myself a Republican. I vote that way, but being conservative no longer equals being a Republican from what I’ve seen.
There is controversy on all sides from the leadership in the Texas GOP to the young Republican groups in Texas. Each of them has their malevolent tendencies.
To distill all this down to several points: First any club that is a republican club that is "federated" is under republican rules and regs. The RNC always tries to take over clubs so they can mold them. Second, federations of Repub women's c;lubs across the nation are historically not very conservative as in TFRW, and all the other federated women's clubs in the US. I could go on and on about all this but this is an example. Looks like this Rockwall bunch got tired of being under the federated liberal thumb. I would say very liberal if they liked BLM.
My young Texans are right wing all the way. Brought up right in every way that matters. They also did not go to public schools. Just sayin'.
Here is the head of National YR's (who is from Tx) and his support for BLM. https://youtu.be/BdAtuIh43fE?si=NEX7Okz_26bGAX0X
Maybe someone should give him a history lesson around the Republican Party and civil rights.