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Blue Texas? Don’t bet on it, Gov. Patrick told CPAC: “It should never be allowed.”

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Texas Lieutenant Gov. Dan Tricked himself on Friday, vowing never to allow the state to turn to the Democrats, calling himself the “last man” in the election against future Democratic presidential candidates.

“There are a lot of conservative and red states across the country, but if we fall, America will fall,” the trick said on the opening night of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CC) in Dallas. “The votes of voters in New York, California … combined, we can never elect a conservative Republican to the White House again.”

Texas has 38 votes, more than most trusted Republican states and second among all states near California, which is a trusted democratic state with 55 votes.

Texas last voted a Democrat in the 1976 presidential election, with Jimmy Carter defeating Gerald Ford.


But in the last election, the gap narrowed: in November 2020, former President Trump defeated Democrat Joe Biden by less than 6 percent, down from Trump’s 9-point lead over Hillary Clinton in 2016. The last four presidential elections before Texas were the two-time victories of Republican candidates.

Democrats spent millions of dollars in Texas last year in a failed attempt to overthrow the state (once again), hoping that Latin Americans and suburban voters would vote for Biden, but that never happened.

“I can tell you that as a lieutenant governor of this great state, which I am blessed and honored to have served, we will never allow this to happen,” the trickster said.

According to him, Texas is “ready to fight for everything you hold dear, no matter where you live in America,” and in 2024, “Trump will rise again!”

the trick praised Trump, who was speaking at a conference Sunday afternoon.

“His politics will live forever. He taught America to stand on its own two feet and fight for this nation, because it’s time, and make no mistake, it’s not just about Democrats and Republicans,” the trickster said.

When the Texas legislature drafted the controversial voting bill, supporters said it would make voting safer, but critics said it would have to suppress voters for minorities.

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