Months of violent riots in the streets, arson, looting, gunfights, and out of control mayhem all add up to “insurrection.” Democrats may have given President Donald Trump exactly the excuse he needs to declare a state of emergency and assume full control of America.
What strongly appears to be a rigged election is the icing on the cake. Congress has already given him all the powers he needs and America is telling him that it’s time to use them.
Insurrection calls for special powers
Conservative Americans didn’t chose Donald J. Trump to be their President in 2016 because of his political skills. Conservative Americans hired a professional to get the raccoons out of the basement.
They intentionally chose a bold and powerful “nationalist” to put America first in the world negotiations and drain the swamp of corruption. Patriots had been fighting hard for years and making little headway.
They knew then that the creatures of the swamp would fight back and fight back hard. Democrats were no disappointment, and have provided more than ample evidence to justify calling their actions “insurrection.”
Insurrection is defined as “the act or instance of revolting, especially violently, against civil or political authority or against an established government. Democrats have been in full blown revolution for months, if not years.
Civil and political authority has been standing back and watching anarchists burn America to the ground, and steal what they want from the stores which they burglarize and destroy just for fun. At this point, it seems that the federal government is in breach of the constitutional contract to provide law and order.
It was no surprise to learn that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice are both infested with criminals, more interested in an illegal conspiracy to remove a sitting president from office than actually enforcing any of our nation’s laws.
The past four years have been been one verified incident of insurrection and sedition after another and it’s time to do something about it. Fortunately, President Donald Trump has a powerful arsenal of legal weapons at his disposal.
Entirely up to President Trump
The decision to declare a federal state of emergency is entirely up to president Trump and nobody can legally stop him. He can set aside virtually all the laws and there are no “legal limits on his authority.”
The only thing that matters is an insurrection or equivalent emergency is required to justify his actions. While normally Congress and the courts provide checks and balances to the administrative branch, all of that goes out the window in a crisis. Changing laws and waiting for court decisions takes time that isn’t available in an emergency.
It’s up to the top administrator to make the decisions. The process is meant to be temporary, until the crisis is past. There is every indication that if and when President Trump decides to use his authority, he will use it sparingly, thoughtfully, and relinquish control after his mission to drain the swamp is accomplished.
Even without declaring a federal state of emergency, President Trump can order out the troops any moment to “subdue domestic unrest.” After formally declaring an emergency, “more than 100 special provisions become available to him.”
At that point the president can do virtually anything he wants. For instance, “the president can, with the flick of his pen, activate laws allowing him to shut down many kinds of electronic communications inside the United States,” The Atlantic writes.
During an insurrection, the president can freeze Americans’ bank accounts, even the one belonging to George Soros. People can be put in jail and held without bail or access. Including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, James Comey, Christopher Wray, and the rest of the Obamagate plumbers.
“Presidents can also rely on a cornucopia of powers provided by Congress, which has historically been the principal source of emergency authority for the executive branch.” In an insurrection situation, “Congress legislated powers that would lie dormant until the president activated them by declaring a national emergency.
These statutory authorities began to pile up — and because presidents had little incentive to terminate states of emergency once declared, these piled up too.”