Texas Nationalist Movement President Comes to Tyler

Tylerites and East Texans from the surrounding area had the opportunity to meet with four of the National Team members of the Texas Nationalist Movement last Friday.

President Daniel Miller was present on this March 11th gathering, along with Cara Miller (TNM Director of Operations), Nate Smith (TNM Executive Director), and Don Teer (TNM Field Director), all hosted by Team Tyler to talk about upcoming events and developments and to answer questions.

Some of the topics covered in this talk were the accomplishments of the Precinct Project and the state convention; why a bill calling for a vote on independence wasn’t going to be filed this session and the reasons why, and also discussion on plans looking forward to the 2019 legislative session, including the plan to field candidates who will support a referendum on independence.

If your group would like to hold a similar meeting with Daniel Miller or others of the national team, please contact Cara Miller at 800-662-1836 to arrange date and time.

  • I want to be president can we take turns

  • Not that kind of President, LOL!

    • Darkmans_Shadow1

      I think there is a misconception among non-TNM-member readers who think
      that Daniel Miller is supposed to be the President of Texas or intends
      to be so after Independence. That happens not to be the case. He is the
      president of our organization the TNM. Our organization is interested
      in pushing the Legislature to give Texans a referendum vote on Texas
      Independence. Once that is done and we are independent, it is up to
      Texans to come up with a constitution, determine the new kind of
      government for Texas, how that will be set up and what the hierarchy of
      offices/officers will be (Pres, VP, King/Queen, dictator, grovelling
      slug or what) that they want them to be. This does not mean that Daniel
      automatically becomes the chief executive of Texas upon Independence,
      It does not work that way Ryan Thorson and

      Stephen Clay. Of course that does not preclude his ability to run for whatever office that the new constitution should institute. Or yourselves for that matter.