AUSTIN, Texas — It’s the night of May 15, 2021.
At 6:45 p.m., the party is in the middle of a big rally and the crowd is packed.
A group of conservative leaders is leading the charge.
A man who calls himself ‘the new Jim Crow’ is the star of the show.
He’s wearing a cowboy hat and a white shirt with the words “Stand up for Jim Crow!” across the front.
He leads the rally with his hands up in a Nazi salute.
He speaks with an accent that makes it hard to tell where he’s from.
His message is clear: Republicans need to fight for Jim Jones.
He is not the leader of the rally, but he is the one that has the megaphone and the microphone.
He calls on the crowd to “come together, unite, and defeat” Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections.
He has a megaphonet.
His speech has become one of the most watched political speeches of the year.
But in the days leading up to his speech, the man has been on a mission to prove he’s a white supremacist.
He doesn’t speak about race.
He just says he hates blacks and Hispanics.
He says that Hispanics and blacks are “super predators” who want to “take our land.”
The man says that when he was growing up, he and his family were kicked out of the White House, but that he’s been kicked out for his views on race.
But now, after having lived for more than two decades in this country, he’s an advocate for white supremacy.
“We are the most racist people on earth,” the man says at one point.
The crowd responds.
He shouts, “I am not a racist!”
“This is the last straw for me.
I will not stand for this,” he says.
But he’s not done yet.
He walks to the stage and takes the microphone back.
He begins to speak.
“I’m going to tell you something that I’m afraid of,” he tells the crowd.
“And I’m not going to lie to you, it hurts.
I am afraid.”
The crowd erupts.
The man starts to yell.
“You people are not my people!” he yells.
“The people I am fighting for are the people I was born to fight against.
And if I can stand up for you, and I can tell you who the people are that I am going to fight to defeat, then I will be a better man.”
The Republican National Committee is in Dallas to host a gathering of Republican activists for the 2020 midterm elections in a state that has long been known as the country’s swing state.
This year, Texas is a key battleground state.
The state, which has more than a quarter-million residents, has been in Democratic hands for nearly 40 years.
But it’s a swing state where Democrats can still pick up seats in the House of Representatives and Senate.
But with so many conservatives in the state, many Republicans believe that the party has lost touch with the voters.
“A lot of Republicans in Texas believe that this is their state and they want to take it back,” said Dan Holliday, a political consultant and Republican strategist.
“If the party was going to grow and be more inclusive, if they were going to be more like the party that is now, it would be with a much better turnout.”
This year in Texas, Republicans will be voting for the first time since 1948.
It’s a milestone in the history of the state.
But Holliday says the GOP has been losing the voters in Texas for a while now.
The party’s popularity is plummeting in the Lone Star State.
According to the most recent Pew Research Center poll, just 37 percent of Texans approve of the job the party does, while 46 percent disapprove.
The survey showed that even though Trump won the state by a huge margin, he still trailed Clinton by 3.5 points in the latest polls.
It also showed that while the state has had its fair share of scandals, there was no political scandal that took down Trump or led to a change in the outcome of the presidential election.
But these polls do not tell the full story.
A poll conducted by the Austin American-Statesman and Texas Public Policy Foundation showed that in the last three weeks, the Republican Party lost 8 percent of its support.
Holliday believes that the Trump factor is one of several factors that have contributed to the loss of the GOP’s support in Texas.
“It’s not just Trump,” Holliday said.
“They have been losing voters for decades and decades.
This is the first election since 1948 where the Republican vote went from 47 percent to 42 percent.
They have been trying to be inclusive and inclusive of all the different groups of voters.
But that’s been a huge problem.
That’s a huge weakness in the Republican party.”
In an interview with the Austin Chronicle in 2017, Texas Republican Party