January 17, 2023
6:30pm - 8pm
Kecseg Training Room
1501 Leander Dr.
Leander, TX

This month at True Texas Project – Williamson County, we are hearing from Alex Strenger, a man of many talents, who has an interesting take on how to deal with our current societal qualms. He will be sharing with us about the importance of “culture jamming” and using unconventional methods to fight against globalist tyranny. Sometimes holding up a mirror and imitating the left is the best way to expose everyday people to insane liberal policies. He is also going to touch on the lack of effort and creativity in the conservative movement, and where he believes we could be doing a better job at selling our ideals to the next generation. This is gonna be a fun and informative night, we can’t wait to see you there!

We will also be hearing from Chris Russo, founder and president of Texans for Strong Borders.

True Texas Project
Speaker: Alex Strenger
Intro: Chris Russo
Tuesday, January 17
Location: Kecseg Training Room,
1501 Leander Dr. Leander, TX
5:30pm – Prayer meeting
5:45pm – $5 dinner (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs

About Alex Strenger:

Alex Strenger is a pedicab driver who makes rap songs about conspiracy theories and trolls City Council Meetings in order to showcase how insane liberal policies are at face value. He has performed on stage with Sam Tripoli and Eddie Bravo at numerous venues in Texas, including the Paramount Stateside Theatre in Austin. He is the host of “Convos On The Pedicab”, where he talks to a wide variety of people on the problems we are facing at the local, state, national and international level in order to find common sense solutions on solving them. In 2018 he ran for Mayor of Austin on the promise to build a dome around the city in order to stop Californians from moving here.

About Chris Russo:

Chris Russo is the founder and President of Texans for Strong Borders PAC. TFSB exists to advance sane immigration policies in the best interests of citizens. We believe in stopping illegal immigration and a legal immigration system that serves the interests of Americans first. Chris founded TFSB in Spring 2022 after observing that although a host of special interest policy organizations were focused on a myriad of hot-button issues across the conservative spectrum, no group was organized and actively pushing for Texas First immigration policies at the state level.

TFSB’s focus for the upcoming elections in November will be to support candidates who are champions on border security and immigration policy in key races. Going forward into next legislative session in 2023, TFSB will push for 3 main policy proposals.
1. Declare an invasion through Article I, Section 10 of the US Constitution and deploy state resources to secure the border and return illegal aliens across the border directly.
2. Turn off the Magnets—crack down on state and local programs that make it possible for illegal aliens to live in Texas. Sanctuary cities, county health programs, and in-state tuition are just three examples of Texas policies that provide incentives for lawlessness that can be addressed directly by the legislature.
3. Mandate E-Verify for statewide
Before founding the PAC, Chris was an avid grassroots activist and participated in several campaigns around the state and served as the SD-11 GOP Resolutions Committee chair in 2020.
A Houston native, Chris grew up in Clear Lake before attending Texas A&M University, where he obtained bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering and served as Speaker of the Student Senate. He has worked in the aerospace industry since 2016.