Petition Growing For President To Trump To TAKE CHARGE Of Fraud Investigation!

Oen of the things that people need to realize is that sometimes to correct a terrible wrong that drastic measures need to be taken.

At the end of the day, things need to be done right and if for some reason that they aren’t done the right way, steps need to be taken.

As harrowing as it might sounds, right now President Trump is the only one that can fix this whole mess.

On Tuesday, General Mike Flynn retweeted a petition, directed to President Donald J. Trump, for a national federal revote of the 2020 Presidential election, that had been addressed earlier in the day by Attorney Lin Wood, and which started discussions among different groups over the Presidential authority used 68 other times in US History, to declare military law or “martial law.”

“I knew that the left would start using fearful images of tanks in the street with the use of the words Martial Law,” the author told me saying that he felt it would show their mindset on the topic.  “I am not talking about making the United States a military zone, or about President Trump installing himself, I am talking about a re-vote under the control of the US military, and that is actually their job,” Tom Zawistowski, President We the People Convention, told me.

Flynn’s retweet of the petition, according to Zawistowski, can be seen as an encouragement, “I spoke with General Flynn since he has been pardoned to check some facts with him about what the military can do,” Zawistowski said.

In his press release, WTPC Calls for President to Invoke Limited Martial Law to Hold New Election and Protect our Vote, in Full Page Washington Times Ad, if Legislators, Courts and Congress Do Not Follow the Constitution, Zawistowski talks in detail about his motivation to examine the use of martial law during the Civil War period, when Americans were deeply divided over National Issues.

“In the months following the start of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln struggled to preserve the Union. Many objected to Lincoln’s extraordinary use of Presidential authority, in particular, his suspension of the right of “Habeas Corpus”. Zawistowski wrote.

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