“The Texas Independence Referendum Act is a piece of proposed legislation that will give Texans the ability to vote on becoming an independent, self-governing, nation-state. The most comprehensive piece of self-determination legislation ever introduced in any State of the United States, it is modeled after the UK Referendum Act and the Scottish Referendum Act, as well as previous proposals submitted by the TNM.
There’s obviously a level of disbelief from some corners this has any chance of success, or what other states might do to follow. Below is a borrowed analysis. Regardless of perceived success, this is not a trivial issue nor one to be ignored.
Below is some analysis from a friend. Will other states follow suit? The previous Texas Lawsuit contesting election results to the Supreme Court was joined by 17 states.
Attorneys general of seventeen additional states — Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia — filed a joint brief on December 9 supporting Texas
RED — The Mississippi River Valley
There are really three sections to talk about here:
- Every state from Texas to West Virginia is safe to secede.
- Every state from Nebraska northward would go second.
- And finally Alberta would lead the way in leaving Canada.
Together, they would form a formidable nation — much stronger than the coasts combined.
YELLOW — The Free West
Everyone thinks these are swing states — they’re not. They are strongly conservative. Too conservative.
The issue in the yellow states is that they vote Libertarian. For example, in 2015 Clinton (allegedly) won Colorado by 8 %… but only because the Libertarian candidate won 9% of the vote. Libertarians stand for small government, low taxes, gun rights, and against censorship….when the…