FREE TEXAS! Protest at the Governor’s Mansion

FREE TEXAS! Protest in Austin

Free Texas protest scheduled for Saturday, October 10, 2020 from 11am to 1pm at the Governor’s Mansion on 1010 Colorado St. in Austin, Texas.

Tired of King Abbott’s lock down? Tired of masks and HIS control? THIS TYRANNY MUST END NOW. The unprecedented attacks on liberty and our lives are 100% from Abbott. Is Texas Free…or will we lose Texas because of Abbott? If he wants our liberty…he will have to come right to our doors and take it himself. We can no longer allow him to steal our freedoms.

Are you a business owner or employee whose livelihood is being destroyed by the ongoing restrictions imposed and allowed by Abbott?

Are you a bar owner or employee who has entirely been put out of business by Abbott’s modern day prohibition?

Are you a gym or salon owner or employee whose dreams and enterprises are now crushed by a self-promoted dictator who collects his full paycheck while living comfortably in the Governor’s Mansion with no worries about paying his own bills?

Are you a parent or child who is frustrated because Abbott stole your choice about homeschooling or on campus education?

Are you sick and tired of this ridiculous public mask mandate, and the Governor’s dictatorial control over our lives?

Join us at Free Texas – a protest at the Governor’s Mansion. Tell King Abbott that the time is now to reopen Texas and make Texas great again!!!! Free!

We need a TEXAS-SIZED citizen effort to Save Texas! You Have the Power. Use your voice and your freedom—WHILE YOU STILL HAVE SOME–and join every major conservative, liberty-loving organization to protest Abbott’s tyranny and to protect what’s left of our freedoms.

When: Saturday, Oct. 10 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Where: Governor’s Mansion 1010 Colorado St., Austin, TX

Attendees will include, Lt. Col. Allen West, Sid Miller, Julie McCarty, Don Huffines, Matt Rinaldi, Michael Quinn Sullivan, JoAnn Fleming, Konni Burton, Bob Hall, Mark Meckler, and others.

Bring your homemade signs, patriotism, and a good attitude. Be ready to be loud and raucous.

No violence or threatening behavior will be tolerated.

Sponsored by: The somewhat-still free citizens of Texas

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