President Donald J. Trump has fired Mark Esper as the Secretary of Defense. He is being replaced by Christopher Miller, Director of the National Counterterrorism Center.
This action has been expected since June, when during the height of domestic terrorist violence and destruction in some American cities, Trump considered enacting the Insurrection Act.
The Act would allow the President to use active-duty military for law enforcement in containing the violent protests.
Esper publicly stated at the time that Trump shouldn’t invoke it because it’s for “only in the most urgent and dire of situations. We are not in one of those situations now.”
There is speculation FBI Director Christopher Wray and even CIA Director Gina Haspel could be next to be terminated.
President Trump has known for months about Leftist plans to engage in massive riots throughout America in the event of his reelection.
He has the right and responsibility to use U.S. military in defending this Republic against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Trump has been preparing for the attempted overthrow and coup d’etat of his presidency and the U.S. for months, but has kept his cards hidden.
We know the three Supreme Court Justices appointed during his first term, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett, were attorneys who successfully won the Bush vs. Gore election fight of 2000.
Justice Clarence Thomas was treated with disrespect and lies from Joe Biden during his own Senate hearing before his confirmation in 1991.
Trump knows this is his last stand to defeat the corrupt, criminal Deep State Democrats (and RINOs) or we lose this country forever.
Is Trump about to launch a counter attack? If he does, he has at least
two options which involve deploying the military:
Option 1 is invoking the Insurrection Act and declare the Democrats’ blatant attempts at illegally stealing the election with vote rigging and planning riots to be a “rebellion” against the United States of America.
As Commander in Chief, he can order military police to arrest high-level traitors who tried to carry out a communist-influenced coup against the United States.
Option 2 is invoking Sec. 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment, which calls for the President to strip Electoral College votes from all states engaged in acts of rebellion against the United States, which includes rigged election theft and vote fraud.
Both of these options could require deploying elements of the military in Democratic controlled cities where left wing terrorists are gearing up to riot. This could also include the arrest of traitors in election fraud. He could use the military to protect law abiding citizens while he maintains the rule of law against left-wing terrorism.
We already know the Defense Department has drafted contingency plans for deploying active-duty military if needed.
These plans include calling in soldiers from an Army division to protect the White House and other federal buildings if needed.
If the security situation in Washington D.C. were to deteriorate and the National Guard could not secure the facilities, Defense Secretary Miller would support Trump’s orders.
The movement of several active duty Army units near the capital are authorized and prepared if needed to quell violent protests and activities.
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