January 13, 2022
6:30pm - 8pm
Mercury One Studios
6301 Riverside Dr.
Irving, TX 75039

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 be featuring Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne, who represents the 24th district of Texas in the US House of Representatives.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Evan Sayet
Secondary Speaker: Beth Van Duyne
Thursday, January 13
Mercury Studios
6301 Riverside Dr, Irving, TX 75039
5:30-6:00pm – prayer meeting (open to all)

6:30-8:00pm – meeting
All patriots are welcome. Come as you are!
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs.

For FREE childcare register at least 48 hours in advance by emailing
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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 Beth Van Duyne:

Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne proudly represents the 24th Congressional District of Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives, which includes portions of Tarrant, Denton, and Dallas counties. Prior to being elected to Congress, Beth served as Regional Administrator for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Mayor of Irving, Irving City Council Member, and a businesswoman.

In 2017, Beth was appointed to serve as the Regional Administrator for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Southwest Region. Working under Secretary Ben Carson, Beth was tasked with overseeing HUD programs and operations in the Region’s five states of Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, where she worked on many of the Trump Administration’s proudest economic successes, such as opportunity zones, and led HUD’s disaster recovery efforts at the southwest border in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

Before being named Administrator, Beth was the first woman elected to serve as the Mayor of Irving from 2011 to 2017 after beginning her career in public service as an Irving City Council Representative from 2004 to 2010. Under her leadership, the City of Irving witnessed unprecedented economic growth and development with an added 40,000 jobs and an estimated $3 billion in growth and new developments while also being named the fifth safest city in America.

During her tenure as Mayor, Beth represented the city on a number of boards, including the U.S. Conference of Mayors, National League of Cities and Texas Municipal League. Beth also served as Texas Chair of Community Leaders of America. As a Board Member for the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport, Beth oversaw operations at the busiest airport in the United States, ensuring safe and efficient travel for millions of Americans flying through DFW each year.

Throughout Beth’s career, she has worked with small startup companies, mid-size private companies and Fortune 500 corporations alike. Beth also ran a consulting business where she helped executives develop strategic business plans as well as negotiation strategies, grassroots coalition building and federal and state legislative policy strategies.

After graduating magna cum laude from Cornell University, Beth moved to Irving, Texas, which has been her home for over 30 years. Single mother to Katie and Pearce, Beth was only the second Republican woman from Texas to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.