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Devolution Part 4
A Wartime President
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How can this be real?
When January 20th came and Trump boarded AF1 leaving Biden as the president, I was devastated. Everybody knew the election was fraudulent. There was no possible way Trump was just going to walk away from a stolen election.
Then he did.
I honestly couldn’t comprehend what had happened. Like many of you, I could feel it in my bones that this couldn’t be how the story ends. I started searching for answers. The devolution theory was one of the only plausible scenarios I could see playing out but I always ran into the same question.
Devolution isn’t meant to be permanent and certainly wouldn’t be able to last for 4 years. How does President Trump come back before 2024?
The reality is, I don’t think he ever “left”.
Throughout his presidency, Trump has often spoken of our nations founding. Here are parts his September 17th, 2020 remarks from the White House Conference on American History *I removed some paragraphs*.
“Our mission is to defend the legacy of America’s founding, the virtue of America’s heroes, and the nobility of the American character. We must clear away the twisted web of lies in our schools and classrooms, and teach our children the magnificent truth about our country. We want our sons and daughters to know that they are the citizens of the most exceptional nation in the history of the world.
To grow up in America is to live in a land where anything is possible, where anyone can rise, and where any dream can come true — all because of the immortal principles our nation’s founders inscribed nearly two and a half centuries ago.
That’s why we have come to the National Archives, the sacred home of our national memory. In this great chamber, we preserve our glorious inheritance: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights.
On this very day in 1787, our Founding Fathers signed the Constitution at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. It was the fulfillment of a thousand years of Western civilization. Our Constitution was the product of centuries of tradition, wisdom, and experience. No political document has done more to advance the human condition or propel the engine of progress.
We are here today to declare that we will never submit to tyranny. We will reclaim our history and our country for citizens of every race, color, religion, and creed.
America’s founding set in motion the unstoppable chain of events that abolished slavery, secured civil rights, defeated communism and fascism, and built the most fair, equal, and prosperous nation in human history.
The narratives about America being pushed by the far-left and being chanted in the streets bear a striking resemblance to the anti-American propaganda of our adversaries — because both groups want to see America weakened, derided, and totally diminished.
The only path to national unity is through our shared identity as Americans. That is why it is so urgent that we finally restore patriotic education to our schools.
From Washington to Lincoln, from Jefferson to King, America has been home to some of the most incredible people who have ever lived. With the help of everyone here today, the legacy of 1776 will never be erased. Our heroes will never be forgotten. Our youth will be taught to love America with all of their heart and all of their soul.
We will save this cherished inheritance for our children, for their children, and for every generation to come.”
This speech is just one of many examples, but you can clearly see that President Trump cherishes our nations founding, honors its founders and revere’s its legacy. This is relevant to my theory for two reasons. First, a man that feels like this about his country would do anything and everything he could to defend it and protect it from those who seek to destroy it. Second, he would do so in a way that would be justified by the very legacy he is trying to defend.
The constitution has no method for rectifying a stolen election once the electoral college certifies its votes and a new president is inaugurated, yet everybody seems to be hung up by the thought that we need to decertify each state as the audits come out. The audits have their role, but I don’t think it will be to decertify anything.
We need to be thinking bigger.
What I haven’t seen anybody discussing yet is what if President Trump rectified the stolen election BEFORE the electoral college certified their votes. President Trump wouldn’t leave the fate of our nation to something he couldn’t control. He is courageous but he isn’t stupid. Once he is no longer President, the viable options available to him become greatly diminished. We have already seen governors, judges, and election officials obstruct the audit process. There is no saying what else could go wrong.
Leaving everything to hinge on post election actions of others involves far too much risk considering what is at stake. Donald Trump is too calculated for that. I firmly believe he initiated Devolution prior to leaving office so it only makes sense to me that he also cemented his “return” prior to leaving office. The two go hand-in-hand.
Sometime between December 7th (When Trump issued executive order 13961: Governance and Integration of Federal Mission Resilience) and January 6th, 2021, President Donald Trump used a Presidential Emergency Action Document (PEAD) to suspend the counting of the electoral college votes.
I have considered that he may have actually suspended the constitution altogether. We don’t know what that would look like but I believe it would involve a form of martial law, something I don’t see currently. Congress is also still passing legislation which wouldn’t happen under a suspended constitution. Anybody who was fraudulently placed into congress will be removed but I think that happens after President Trump makes his reveal. That it why I think he solely suspended the counting of the electoral college votes. He is still President, and we’re in a state of devolution at the moment.
Don’t worry I brought...
This document from the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform has some great information on Presidential Emergency Action Documents (PEADs). It also discusses continuity of government (COG) and how PEADs play a role within COG planning. If you remember my Devolution part 3, you’ll know why COG planning is important. Here is a good explanation of PEADs:
One of the most interesting things I found in this document is an exchange between two members of congress, and Col. Oliver North that took place during the 1987 Iran-Contra hearings.
Here is the Miami Herald article from 1987 which was referenced above and a screenshot below.
So in 1982, nearly 40 years ago, a PEAD was written for President Reagan to suspend the constitution. PEADs have certainly developed over the years as we have adapted our continuity of government planning but I can assure you if there was a PEAD for suspension of the constitution in 1982, then there was one for suspending it in 2020 and there could just as easily be one for suspending solely the electoral college vote (which would be a less drastic measure than suspending the constitution completely). You cannot convince me that Trump didn’t have a PEAD prepared for this stolen election.
Sure they held a “vote” and an “inauguration” and right now Biden is in office. However none of it was real or constitutional. It was a charade. Just as Joe’s entire “presidency” has been. Look at this 48 second video from Trump’s CPAC speech.
Notice how he stresses and even points to the “w” and the “h” in white house and states that they are small letters. This is significant.
Trump is giving us an English language lesson by telling us that Joe Biden is not the president using capitalization. He explicitly draws attention to it. I can’t come to any other conclusion than Trump is still the President by issuing a suspension of the electoral college vote.
Let me dive into this even further.
Remember what I have been saying the entire Devolution series. We are at war. President Trump has told us that himself.
He said the attack was “the worst attack we’ve ever had.” “Worse than pearl harbor, this is worse than the World Trade Center.” That is a powerful statement but so important for my theory. Both the attacks on Pearl Harbor and the World Trade Center were responded to by Congress declaring war:
Campbell v. Clinton
Campbell v. Clinton, 203 F.3d 19 (D.C. Cir. 2000) was a case holding that members of Congress could not sue President Bill Clinton for alleged violations of the War Powers Resolution in his handling of the war in Yugoslavia. It’s certainly an interesting case but what I found most intriguing was this concurring opinion by D.C. Circuit Judge Laurence H. Silberman:
If our election was attacked and our presidency about to be hijacked, President Trump was bound by his oath of office to meet the crisis with whatever degree of force the crisis demanded.
Why didn’t he say anything prior to leaving office? I think there are a multitude of reasons. If you haven’t noticed, we seem to be approaching a political boiling point. Think of all the different situations that appear to be coming to a head.
Results from the Arizona forensic audit (and other Audits getting started)
Big tech lawsuit
The failed policies of the Biden administration (Economy)
Trump has clearly started ramping up his public statements and he’s not mincing his words. Trump left office and let Biden play pretend because we the American people needed to wake up and take a stand to the corruption that has become the status quo. We needed to see for ourselves the infestation that has taken hold of our government. Not just us MAGA Republicans, but our nation as a whole. I personally think when the AZ audit is revealed, the dam breaks and Trump announces what he did.
There is a brilliant article written by James M. McPherson entitled Any Measure Which May Best Subdue The Enemy. It covers how during the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln assumed numerous presidential powers now specified in the U.S. Constitution. It’s worth a full read but here are the highlights. I know it’s quite a few screen shots but it’s too powerful and relevant not to include.
Trump often compared himself to Lincoln. Like Abe Lincoln, Trump was left to determine “what degree of force the crisis demanded.” He acknowledged a war that was already underway, and he used his allotted war powers to fight back. I believe Trump used a PEAD as a way to “[avail himself] of the broader powers conferred by the Constitution in cases of insurrection.” The comparison of Trump and Lincoln will only grow stronger. Both did what they had to for the sake of the nation they loved.
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