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Late Night Coffee Talk: TEXIT Bill, Defamation Lawsuit & Q&A

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Join Daniel Miller, President of the Texas Nationalist Movement, for this week’s Late Night Coffee Talk livestream. In tonight’s episode, Miller will discuss the current status of the TEXIT bill, the recent lawsuit filed against State Representative Jeff Leach for defaming TEXIT supporters, and will be taking viewer questions. Grab your favorite cup of coffee and tune in to engage with the TNM community and stay informed about the latest developments in the movement.


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