Texas Republicans met at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston this week to set the party’s agenda for the 2022 election and to discuss the issues of the day, such as election integrity, immigration, gun control, and the economy.

The more conservative grassroots set the tone for the convention, rebuking Senator John Cornyn (R-Tx.) for his stance on gun control and taking a significant stand on the 2020 election, where convention attendees passed a resolution saying that Joe Biden was not ‘legitimately elected.’

The Texas Tribune Reports

Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tx.) being booed at the Republican Convention


Cornyn was met with boos after he took took the stage to justify his support of gun control legislation that would expand background checks for gun owners younger than 21 and provide funds to “red flag” laws that currently exist in 19 states.

The convention also passed a pro-life resolution that would require Texas students to learn about the “humanity of the preborn child” and teach that life begins at fertilization.

A resolution that calls for the abolition of the Federal Reserve was also passed at the convention.

The agenda was a massive victory for grassroots conservatives in Texas who have long believed the Republican Party is too moderate on immigration and social issues, among other things.

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