Texit


Armstrong Economics Blog/North America Re-Posted Nov 12, 2021 by Martin Armstrong

Senator Ted Cruz sympathized with Texans wishing to secede from the US as the future seems hopeless under Democratic injustice. Cruz is not currently supporting a secession or “Texit,” and said he hopes that his voters can help the US from spiraling into a Marxist utopia. “If the Democrats end the filibuster, if they fundamentally destroy the country, if they pack the Supreme Court if they make D.C. a state, if they federalize elections, if they massively expand voter fraud, there may come a point where it’s hopeless,” Cruz stated this past Monday.

There is currently a petition by the Texas National Movement to separate from the US that has been supported by 422,238 people at the time of this writing. The website declares:

“TEXIT means that Texans determine our own laws and not 2.5 million unelected bureaucrats in Washington. It means that we get a government that begins and ends at the borders of Texas. It means an end to the giant sucking sound of $103-$160 billion dollars per year being siphoned from the pockets of Texas taxpayers. Most importantly, it means that for the first time in our lives we control our own destiny.”

This growing movement is being propelled by people who simply feel that their voice is being muted by the Biden Administration. Cruz is also currently fighting against vaccine mandates for children. Yes, children. People are scared and with good reason. There is a term being used that we are entering “junior year of COVID,” as these mandates and rules continue to control every aspect of our lives.

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