REUTERS: Voters say there’s ‘no way in hell’ Trump lost

Brett Fryar is a mid­dle-class Repub­li­can. A 50-year-old chi­ro­prac­tor in this west Texas town, he owns a small busi­ness. He has two under­grad­u­ate degrees and a master’s degree, in organ­ic chem­istry. He attends Southcrest Bap­tist Church in near­by Lubbock.

Fryar didn’t much like Don­ald Trump at first, dur­ing the U.S. president’s 2016 cam­paign. He vot­ed for Texas Sen­a­tor Ted Cruz in the Repub­li­can primaries.

Now, Fryar says he would go to war for Trump. He has joined the new­ly formed South Plains Patri­ots, a group of a few hun­dred mem­bers that includes a “reac­tionary” force of about three dozen — includ­ing Fryar and his son, Caleb — who con­duct firearms training.


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