“I think the case has been made,” President Trump told reporters regarding election fraud. “And now we find out what we can do about it. But you’ll see a lot of big things happening over the next couple of days.”
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Former Green Beret, now Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller[/caption] Never bet against The Donald, and never underestimate him. Here are some of the possible big things. 1. State legislators act.
The Constitution gives
them the right to direct the manner in which electors will be chosen in their states, Adam Mill writes
. In 2000, the Supreme Court noted that, “the state legislature’s power to select the manner for appointing electors is plenary,” and that, “it may, if it so chooses, select the electors itself.” Plenary means absolute. 2. The Supreme Court acts.
Elections undecided by midnight are void
and preempted by federal law. The voters vote. The officials count. These combined actions form “the election,” and the election must be decided on the day
Foster v. Love, 522 U.S. 67, 71-72 (1997). States that failed to make a final selection of officeholder by midnight after Election Day have violated the statute, subjecting the nation at large to the very evils Congressionally mandated deadlines were drafted to prevent. Suspend disbelief. I’m not stretching on that headline. I honestly do not believe the Supreme Court can avoid nullifying the Presidential Election… if
President Trump, and some of you too, will plead this in court. 3. Mike Pence acts.
Two law professors argue that the U.S. Constitution's 12th Amendment could empower Vice President Mike Pence to reject
contested electors and pave the way for the U.S. House to re-elect President Trump under what's known as a contingent election. John Yoo, a law professor at the University of California-Berkeley, and Robert J. Delahunty, a law professor at St. Thomas University, argue that Pence, as presiding officer of the joint congressional session on electors, can refuse to "count" the electoral votes from disputed states. 4. The military acts.
In 2018 President Trump issued an executive order
that describes remedies for foreign interference in U.S. elections. Its title is “Executive Order on Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election.” That emergency is still in play, and the 2020 election was conducted under this state of emergency, which is a crucial point to understand what’s coming next. A theory advanced by bloggers Theodore Beale
and Mike Adams
is that the President can act under his order and instruct the military to intervene. "What we now know with absolute certainty," Beale writes, "is that Trump, Miller, Cohen-Watnick and other key players put the cyber warfare infrastructure in place in 2018 that would allow them to unleash a domestic military response to arrest, detain and prosecute all those who were complicit in the attack on America." Christopher C. Miller is the Acting Secretary of Defense, appointed Nov. 9, 2020
. Ezra Cohen-Watnick became Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security on Nov. 10, 2020
. This would explain one curiosity: Trump's December 2 speech. It was recorded. Have you ever seen Trump deliver a recorded
speech? No. Beale and Adams note that in the specch Trump used very specific language that clearly references his executive order that describes remedies for foreign interference in U.S. elections. Here’s what Trump says in the speech:
The only conceivable reason why you would block commonsense measures to verify legal eligibility for voting, is you are trying to encourage, enable, solicit or carry out fraud.
Thus, Adams writes
, Trump just invoked the 2018 EO and sent an undeniable signal to Chris Miller at the DoD (as well as many other groups) that the Democrats, the treasonous media and the complicit Big Tech giants have all engaged in concealing, advocating or supporting “foreign interference” in the U.S. election. It's a lot easier on the brain to dismiss this theory. Occam's Razor and all that. But here are a couple of things Trump has said
over the years.
“As long as you are going to be thinking anyway, think big.”
“When you are wronged repeatedly, the worst thing you can do is continue taking it--fight back!”
“My motto is: Always get even. When somebody screws you, screw them back in spades.”
“Anyone who thinks my story is anywhere near over is sadly mistaken.”