Millions Of U.S. Voters Could Soon Be Able To Send Obama's D.C. The Ultimate Wake-Up Call Click to Tweet

“There’s been a big groundswell of Texans that are getting into the Texas independence issue,” she said. “I believe conservatives in Texas should have a choice to voice their opinion.”

One secession supporter told KYTX that she believes a split from the union would allow Texans to govern according to the will of its citizens.

“A lot of the people in Texas aren’t for a lot of the stuff that the U.S. government is trying to push on us,” Farrah Fincke opined, “and it would give us the freedom to not have to do that.”

Though there is little real chance Texas will once again form its own nation any time soon, a 2014 study showed that more than a third of all residents across the Southwest – including Texas – are “open to secession.” Texas, as you may know, became its own country, called the Republic of Texas, from 1836 until it agreed to join the United States in 1845…

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