because SCOTUS is derelict and is not upholding the Constitution. However, a so-called Texit, or Texas exit from the union, is … A Texas state lawmaker has vowed to introduce legislation allowing a referendum for voters to cast their ballots on whether to secede from the United States. “I think we should allow states to secede so California can be California and Texas can be Texas.” Nationwide, interest in seceding is fairly strong. If Texas were independent, TestTube reckons that it would bank about $1.5 trillion per year, putting it between Australia and Spain in 13th place in terms of large economies. It’s a real possibility. You may have a difficult struggle at first, but I believe that you will ultimately prevail, and you will go on to reach new heights after the struggle ends in your favor. “All political power is inherent in the people, and all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their benefit,” that article reads. Every Texan born and raised in our great state has heard the old saying about Texas being the only state that can secede. Additionally, because Texas has 25 military bases and the only nuclear assembly plant in the United States in its borders, these could be used to advantage should secession become a real issue. Biedermann wrote that a move to secede “perfectly aligns” with Article 1 Section 2 of the Texas Constitution. Chair of Texas Republican Party Allen West. Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of a long-shot Texas lawsuit that challenged election results in several states where Donald Trump lost the popular vote, the head of the Texas Republican Party has already twice suggested that the Lone Star State should seek to secede from the United States of America. Here is the Washington Times: Texas Republican Party Chairman Allen West suggested Friday that secession might be the answer for pro-Trump states. For More Than 150 Years, Texas Has Had the Power to Secede…From Itself A quirk of a 19th-century Congressional resolution could allow Texas to split up into five states. Rep. Kyle Biedermann, R-Fredericksburg, said he will take action to secure a referendum on giving Texans the right to choose between remaining a state or becoming an independent nation. Do it soon. A Texas state representative plans to file legislation he hopes leads to secession from the United States. The United States are threatening to secede from CHOP et al. The states are not going to secede over Trump. And you will then give the rest of us the hope we desperately need. In short, there is a very credible case that Texas could secede unilaterally and legally from the United States should a majority (i.e., the 50+1 rule) of its residents choose that route. According to Sanford Levinson, a University of Texas government professor, the simple answer is that no, Texas cannot secede because states do not have that right. “Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of … No. So, Texas, I plead with you again: Please secede.