It’s hosted by Steven Hotze, who you may know as the guy that hired a private detective who ran an innocent person off the road, pointed a gun at their head, and accused them of election fraud.
He’s probably learned his lesson, right?
No, of course not. Look at what the proceeds will be used for.
One of the speakers, Jarred Woodfill, is actually representing Hotze in the Lopez assault suit.
TX attorney general Ken Paxton is speaking
ASOG’s Russ Ramsland has crawled out of his shell and will also be making an appearance.
The fact that this is benefiting Liberty Center is pretty surprising to me. I assumed they were pretty much done operating. They only updated their site once in 2021 and their Facebook only shared a handful of boomer memes through the first quarter of 2021
What’s not surprising is that Ramsland is making an appearance. Liberty Center and ASOG both worked together to create an organization called “Every Legal Vote” after the 2020 election.
One common link is J. Keet Lewis, who’s held roles at all 3 entities.
The fact that Paxton is speaking there implies he co-signing their operation.