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Is President Trump Preparing To Invoke The Insurrection Act Of 1807?
This would authorize the deployment of land and naval forces on US soil to stop the insurrection or obstruction of the laws of the United States and the individual states.
The President could call forth the militia for the purpose of suppressing such insurrection or of causing the laws to be duly executed.
President Trump has already provided legal precedent to use the insurrection act: He also wrote:
“Swing States that have found massive VOTER FRAUD, which is all of them, CANNOT LEGALLY CERTIFY these votes as complete & correct without committing a severely punishable crime,” President Trump said.
The states certified fraudulent vote tabulations anyway.
“Everybody knows that dead people, below age people, illegal immigrants, fake signatures, prisoners, and many others voted illegally,” he continued.
“Also, machine ‘glitches’ (another word for FRAUD), ballot harvesting, non-resident voters, fake ballots, ‘stuffing the ballot box,’ votes for pay, roughed up Republican Poll Watchers, and sometimes even more votes than people voting, took place in Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere.”
“In all Swing State cases, there are far more votes than are necessary to win the State, and the Election itself,” President Trump concluded.
“Therefore, VOTES CANNOT BE CERTIFIED. THIS ELECTION IS UNDER PROTEST!”
The gloves are coming off.
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) December 17, 2020
The Hill: “Republican NC state senator: Trump should ‘invoke the Insurrection Act'”
Trump at the Rubicon
How the Insurrection Act and Militia Act Empower Trump to
Cast the Die
In the closing days of 50 BC, the Roman Senate declared that
Julius Caesar’s term as a provincial governor was finished.
Roman law afforded its magistrates immunity to prosecution,
but this immunity would end with Caesar’s term. As the
leader of the populares faction, Caesar had many enemies
among the elite optimates, and as soon as he left office,
these enemies planned to bury him in litigation. Caesar knew
he would lose everything: property, liberty, even his life.
Caesar decided it was better to fight for victory than
accept certain defeat. In January 49 BC, he crossed the
Rubicon River with his army, in violation of sacred Roman
law, and begin a civil war. “Alea iacta est,” said Caesar:
The die is cast.
Like Caesar, Trump now must fight for victory or lose
everything. Come January 2021, will Donald Trump decide to
cast the die and cross the Rubicon? He might.
The same people who warned us that Trump is worse than
Hitler will now scoff: “Donald Trump is no Caesar!” That’s
true. Trump is in a much better position than Caesar was.
Unlike Caesar, Trump can cross the Rubicon legally. He
need violate no sacred law. He has all of the legal power
he needs to act and win. Congress has given it to him. All
he needs to do is invoke the Insurrection Act.
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