Are you tired of Hollywood and the MSM telling you what you should be outraged by? Does it seem like the finger is constantly being pointed in not only the wrong direction, but the opposite direction of where it should be? Some people are so afraid of cancel culture that they aren’t willing to stand up and call out the hypocrisy that they see, but not this month’s speaker – Evan Sayet! True Texas Project is happy to welcome this well-known author, comedian, and activist! He has the ability to provide both comedic relief and simultaneously inspiration to pursue and protect the good of this country. After years of working in the entertainment industry, and living in California, Evan is well-versed in the tactics of the Left, so come and listen to what he has to share about fighting back!
We will also have Mark Middleton speaking to us about his experience being arrested for attending the Capitol protest on January 6th.
True Texas Project
Speaker: Evan Sayet
Secondary Speaker: Mark Middleton
Tuesday, January 11
Location: Arena of Life Church
8827 Fm to Mkt Rd. 1541 Amarillo, TX 79118
5:30pm-Optional Prayer Meeting
5:45pm-$5 Dinner (While Supplies Last)
All patriots are welcome. No RSVP Needed.
About Evan Sayet:
Evan Sayet burst on the political scene with his legendary 2007 talk to the Heritage Foundation. That talk, which Andrew Breitbart called “One of the five most important conservative speeches ever given” (and which remains, some 14-years later, the single most viewed lecture in Heritage Foundation’s history) was later expanded into his bestselling book, The KinderGarden of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks. Evan’s new work, The Woke Supremacy, details the founding and rise to power of the Woke movement and the dangers of leaving a supremacist movement unchecked. Evan was also an advisor to the Ted Cruz for President campaign and has written four speeches for first candidate and then President Trump.
About Mark Middleton:
Mark is a full-blooded Texan who has been married to his high school sweetheart for 31 years. Together, Mark and his wife have three children and two grandchildren. The couple grew up in Arlington, Texas and moved to Cooke County in 2008 to live on his wife’s family-farm.