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The Insurrection Act of 1807 was first enacted by the 10th Congress during Thomas Jefferson’s term. The move was made to protect the nation against Aaron Burr, who killed Alexander Hamilton and ended up ruining his political career.
The act was signed into federal law to give any US president the power to deploy the US military and National Guard troops to contain any insurrection, rebellion, or civil disorder.
Section 252 of the Insurrection Act of 1807 reads:
“Whenever the President considers that unlawful obstructions, combinations, or assemblages, or rebellion against the authority of the United States, make it impracticable to enforce the laws of the United States in any State by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings, he may call into Federal service such of the militia of any State, and use such of the armed forces, as he considers necessary to enforce those laws or to suppress the rebellion.”
The legal battles in the courts helped President Trump discover the lawbreakers. Tomorrow is December 14th, and here are some pieces we have remaining on the chessboard:— Scott Fishman (@ScottFishman) December 13, 2020
♟National Emergency Executive Order
♟Executive Directive 51#WeWillWin
The battle for the ongoing election fraud continues. “Unlawful obstructions” are made in verifying ballots, and “insurrection” in general applies to the questionable acts and illegal actions that strip US citizens of the right to have an election with integrity.
Troops can be deployed to take charge of monitoring the voting machines and ballots instead of suppressing civilians who engage in riots.
What needs to be clear is that the Insurrection Act is not martial law, as no suspension of the Constitution is carried out. Instead, troops need to be deployed for law enforcement.
Some can’t believe President Trump will actually use the Insurrection Act. Or they think he shouldn’t, as if it was illegal or excessive. But the Act has been used before by Lincoln, Kennedy, and even Clinton. It is absolutely legal, and it is his right and duty to invoke it.— President Elect Sean Kehoe 🇬🇧 (@SeanAKehoe) December 12, 2020
Numerous cases of fraud were recorded, as can be observed in the shift of votes that happened a day after the US presidential elections. President Trump won six swing states and the next morning, a huge spike in mailed-in ballots favored Joe Biden.
BREAKING: Republican electors in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona all said they voted for Trump.https://t.co/R17T1TjDRG— Bowen Xiao (@BowenXiao_) December 14, 2020
Sworn affidavits by different citizens across multiple states prove that there were discrepancies and fraudulent acts that took place during the elections.
Courts should be responsible for enacting the law, but the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania is one of the examples that show how the Pennsylvania Legislature that is GOP-controlled was overridden.
Even the Department of Justice is of not much help, as Attorney General William Barr has informed the Associated Press that the Justice Department found no large-scale evidence that will prove election fraud.
Head of the Trump legal team, Atty. Rudy Giuliani, has stated that the FBI is “missing in action.”
The mainstream media has always been biased, as shown in the clocked hours of coverage during the presidential campaign that paints President Trump in a bad light. Mainstream media polls before the elections were also rigged, making people think that Biden is the winner.
"President Trump has been betrayed at every step of the way ... he needs to invoke the Insurrection Act and suppress this insurrection." pic.twitter.com/rt3FjNEzVK— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 12, 2020
The integrity of the US elections has been compromised. The US holds the greatest democracy globally but its glory is crumbled to ashes as many turn a blind eye against the real issues that need to be addressed.