In the aftermath of what can only be called a disastrous 2022 Texas Primary, the Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM) has created a new task force focused on Texas election integrity. Apostle Claver T. Kamau-Imani has been appointed Director of the TNM Election Integrity Task Force.
Kamau-Imani’s recent post was as campaign manager for the 2022 Texas Lt. Governor candidacy of Daniel Miller. He currently serves on the TNM Advisory Board, is Chief Counsel to the President of the TNM, and chaplain.
The 420,000+ members and supporters of the TNM are outraged at the conduct of the just-concluded Texas primary and the organization’s leadership team is intent on expanding its activism to include the issue of Texas election integrity.
A Statement from Apostle Claver T. Kamau-Imani:
“It’s very humbling and an honor to have fellow Texas-first, liberty-driven patriots continue to call on me to play critical roles in our collective activism. I want to express my gratitude to the TNM brain trust for expressing such confidence in my leadership abilities.
“This is a daunting task. We must educate our members, supporters, and concerned Texans of all political stripes about the untrustworthiness of the Texas election system. The task force will achieve three objectives: continue investigation, build an election ground force through the establishment of a coalition, and construct the framework for 2023 election integrity legislation.
“As of now, Texas does not have a trustworthy election system. The electorate is full of doubt about election outcomes. Until a trustworthy election system is created in Texas, the legitimacy of the Texas government will remain in question.”
A statement from Daniel Miller, Founder and President of the TNM:
“Over the years Claver has become an important part of our team. Post-election he has already been working on this issue, and it was a natural choice to ask him to continue his current work of investigation into what happened in the 2022 Texas Primary, but also take the lead on establishing the ultimate solution to this most-crucial component of our state governance.”