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With 38 electoral votes, it is no surprise liberals want to turn the state of Texas Democrat. With the help of the Marxist group Texas Organizing Project, that hope is growing more and more likely.
In tonight's In-Depth Report, Church Militant's Hunter Bradford exposes the China-friendly group mobilizing minorities for a blue wave down south.
Texas Organizing Project (or "TOP"), founded in 2009, organizes Black and Latino communities with the goal of transforming Texas into a state where working people of color have the power and representation they deserve.
A New Zealand author, speaker and political activist, has a different take.
Trevor Loudon; author, filmmaker, speaker: "They are trying to make use of minority populations of those big three centers to take over the school boards, the county commissions, the state representative positions and the congressional seats — all through those main areas."
TOP isn't stupid. Organizers don't need to win every city and county in the state of Texas to achieve their goals. In fact, they only need three counties.
Loudon: "Now the Texas Organizing Project works heavily in minority communities, almost exclusively in Dallas County, Harris County (which is, of course, Houston) and Bexar country (which is San Antonio)."
Nothing about TOP is innocent. The group is not interested in free and fair elections, not interested in freedom of speech, not interested in American values. How could they be? Their leaders are communists.
Loudon: "The two main leaders of Texas Organizing Project — Ginny Goldman and Michelle Tremillo. Michelle Tremillo trained at Stanford University. It's basically a communist training-school situated in the Bay Area."
Some critics even believe that Texas will turn Democrat within several election cycles, precisely because of groups like TOP. TOP is also helped out by radical immigration policies like Joe Biden's.
Loudon: "Think about this folks: You got 100,000 people coming across the border every year. Biden is going to give those people citizenship and voting rights — and guess which party they are going to vote for."
Needless to say there is a lot at stake. Loudon goes on to explain what it would mean for the United States and the world for Texas to go Democrat.
Loudon: "And when you lose Texas, we all lose America. And when we lose America, we lose the free world."
Texans have a history of defiance: Back in the 1830s, American colonists refused to give a cannon back to the Mexican Army, leading to the Battle of Gonzales. On a white flag in black lettering the words read "Come and take it."