This month we are bringing in an organization that provides threat-focused strategic and operational consultation, education, and training for federal, state, and local leadership and agencies in government, the private sector, and for private citizens. The presenter will be equipping us to defend ourselves from forces that come against America’s laws and founding principles. It is the duty of all citizens to fight against the enemies of liberty to maintain our nation for the sake of the liberty of future generations. No effort can be exerted which goes too far in defending America and what it represents.
We will also be hearing from Kelly Neidert, the founder of a new organization called Protect Texas Kids.
True Texas Project
Intro Speaker: Kelly Neidert
Date: Tuesday, October 18
Location: Kecseg Training Room,
1501 Leander Dr. Leander, TX
5:30pm – Prayer meeting
5:45pm – $5 pizza (while supplies last)
6:30-8:00pm – meeting
No dues. No fees. No memberships. No RSVPs
About Kelly Neidert:
Kelly Neidert is a recent graduate of the University of North Texas who led her school’s chapter of the Young Conservatives of Texas. While at UNT, she gained national media attention for the backlash that she faced being openly conservative on her college campus. On many occasions, she had to be evacuated from campus by police due to the presence of antifa and even had her apartment door spray painted because of her viewpoints.
Since graduating college, Kelly has started a nonprofit organization called “Protect Texas Kids” that seeks to protect K-12 children from the leftist indoctrination being forced on them from every direction. PTK is very involved with the education side of things, helping to expose the CRT, gender theory, and sexually explicit books being pushed on kids in the state of Texas. Since starting the organization at the end of April, Protect Texas Kids has also led several protests against children’s drag events and has even been mentioned on Tucker. You can find more information about Kelly and her organization at protectTXkids.org!