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I Pledge Allegiance Tour Comes to Myrtle Beach Friday Night

For Immediate Release
Some of the most trusted conservative voices in America today are set to descend on Myrtle Beach on October 29th for the I Pledge Allegiance Tour.
The celebration of liberty and traditional American values will be at the John T Rhodes Myrtle Beach sport center, Friday October 29, 2021, with doors set to open at 5 PM.
Event organizer and host of the Dad Talk Today podcast, Eric Carroll, said he is excited for the lineup to share their messages with a local audience.
“It’s a veritable lineup of American voices that are not afraid to tell the truth, and I’m anticipating an amazingly supportive crowd,” Carroll said. “People have had enough and are ready to stand up for what this country was built on. This diverse lineup of patriots that will champion the cause of freedom.
“After this event, I’m sure it will be clear how many of us are united together that want to see America return to its full glory,” Carroll said.
This show will feature Conservative scions Diamond and Silk, A&E’s Duck Dynasty star, Uncle Si, along with many others.
“Even hearing one or two of these amazing talents would be rewarding enough, but we have created a full program that highlights a diverse group of conservative voices”, Carroll said.
Congressional candidate Sandy Smith, Kim Klacik, Melissa Isaak, Whey Jennings grandson of legend Waylon Jennings for a musical performance, Pastor Mark Burns and many more are set to round at the evening.
“I am very proud and humbled by the lineup” Carroll said. “It’s going to be a fantastic evening, celebrating what makes this country great. I can’t wait to see everyone there.”
For more information on this event visit IPledgeAllegianceTour.com

Old Guard Out at HCGOP

A new day dawned Saturday for the Horry County Republican Party when the ‘Old Guard’, ‘establishment’ or whatever you want to call it was swept out of power at the party’s biennial convention.
The three top offices in the HCGOP were won by relative newcomers to the local party – Roger Slagle-Chairman, Jeremy Halpin-Vice Chairman and Tracy Beanz Diaz-State Executive Committee member (pictured above).
The feeling that change was needed in the local party has been building for a while, but accelerated over the last month. Two years ago, there were approximately 206 voting delegates at the convention. This year that number increased to approximately 370.
The increased surge in participation can be at least partially linked to two events this week at which approximately 400 people attended each time. Both events were hosted by local Republican Patriot activist Chad Caton. Caton has battled with members of the ‘Old Guard’ for the past two years about how the local party was being run.
Wednesday night saw an event in Aynor to introduce Tracy Beanz Diaz to delegates and the general public. The highlight of the night for many of the attendees was a speech given by former President Donald Trump’s first National Security Adviser, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, in support of his friend Diaz. Horry County Treasurer Angie Jones also spoke in support of Diaz’ candidacy and additionally worked hard at helping to organize the event.
Friday night saw an event in Myrtle Beach where Slagle, Halpin and Diaz all spoke to the crowd about their vision for a new Republican Party in Horry County. The main speaker, however, was Lin Wood, attorney for President Trump and a candidate for the South Carolina Republican Party Chairman post at next month’s state party convention. Wood also mingled with the crowd at the Aynor event talking and taking photos with the attendees.
Change is building in the state. Many people who have become active Republicans in the last five years are disgusted with the ‘good ole boy’ system that has run Republican Party politics in the state since the party became a majority among South Carolina voters.
State party Chairman Drew McKissick is running for reelection to his post. However, if Horry County and other recent county conventions are any indicator, Lin Wood could well oust McKissick from office.
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