Reported By Adam Casalino |July 20, 2020
The 2020 Election is shaping up to be one of the most crucial in our history. As Trump fits to save the economy and way of life, Democrats are embracing radical activists, defunding of police, and the destruction of our national identity. Joe Biden is on board with all of it—and much more. Sen. Ted Cruz is sounding a warning. Democrats are working to flip the long-red state of Texas blue. And if they do, it might be all over:
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said in a video posted on Sunday that if the Democrats take Texas and its 38 electoral votes it would be “all over” for the Republican Party in national politics.
“Texas is the single biggest target for the left in 2020, politically speaking,” Cruz said… “Texas is the key for national domination for years to come. If Democrats win Texas, it’s all over.”
Democrats keep trying to flip red states blue, fighting to gain a slim lead in national elections. But they might have their work cut out of for them, as Texas Republicans just scored a big win:
Following a tumultuous convention, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Allen West has been elected Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. He will immediately resume the responsibilities of the role and begin to implement his strategy to hold Texas.
Allen West is a strong, uncompromising conservative that is on board with Trump’s America First agenda. As an outspoken leader, he can help guide the state to big victories in the coming election.
West promised to hold true to the “conservative policies that made Texas strong.” He is also promising to drive voter outreach across the state.
He has vowed to let the grassroots movement of the GOP to thrive, free from “water-down conservatism” of the D.C. swamp.
His rival in the state for the 2020 Election is Robert “Beto” O’Rourke, failed presidential candidate and failed senator candidate. O’Rourke is rallying behind Joe Biden, trying to get Texans to vote for the increasingly left-wing Democrat.
Allen West has the opportunity to connect with new and fresh conservative voices in the state. He is a noted writer, who can also take advantage of online platforms and social media effectively. His team will no doubt push a strong drive to bring out voters in November.