President Donald Trump spent Christmas with his family in Florida at Mar-a-Lago, but cut his scheduled holiday vacation short several days early to return to the White House in Washington D.C.
While in Florida, he continued to see to the business of the nation and signed several legislative bills on Wednesday.
The president extended visa sanctions for nations that have delayed the acceptance of their citizens back into their countries from the United States during the pandemic.
President Trump stated that this poses “unacceptable public health risks for Americans” and that the U.S. “must be able to effectuate the repatriation of foreign nationals who violate the laws of the United States.”
The Trump Campaign and legal team are presenting evidence of fraud at hearings in many states across the country. They are encouraging these states to call SPECIAL SESSIONS immediately.
“Contact your legislators – demand they ACT NOW!”
The president also signed bills that include extending overtime pay for the Secret Service, establishing the locations of certain clinics, testing facilities, and post offices, as well as the Indian Community Economic Enhancement Act of 2020 which promotes Native American business development.
Back at the White House, on Wednesday and Thursday, President Trump, in his personal capacity as candidate for re-election, filed an appeal in the United States Supreme Court seeking to ensure election integrity in Wisconsin.
The lawsuit asks the Supreme Court to declare the Wisconsin election unconstitutional and void as a result of the multiple violations of law, and order the Wisconsin state legislature to appoint electors consistent with Article II, Sec 1.2 of the United States Constitution.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals specifically held that if the Trump Campaign proved its case, it could void the election as “failed”, and order decertification of the Biden electors, requiring the Wisconsin legislature to appoint electors.
The Seventh Circuit Court affirmed a dismissal of the challenge to the November 3, 2020 election based on the doctrine of “laches” – essentially saying the campaign should have filed suit before the election – even though the scope of illegal absentee ballots and the results of the election were as yet unknown and the changes in law and administration of the election in violation of the U.S. Constitution happened on the eve and day of the election.
The Trump campaign issued the following statements:
“In Wisconsin, guardrails against fraud were repeatedly lowered by unelected bureaucrats who changed the rules on the eve of the election without authority to do so. We are asking the Court to find these last-minute changes unconstitutional and conclude that they make it impossible to determine which candidate received the most valid votes.
“Nothing is more important to our national fabric and our future than integrity in our electoral process. This lawsuit is one step in the direction of fairer, more transparent, more professional, and ultimately more reliable elections in America.”
— Bill Bock, Counsel of Record for Donald J. Trump in Wisconsin federal court lawsuit
“President Trump continues to fight for the American people and election integrity. We have to restore integrity to our process through every legal and constitutionally viable mechanism. America has seen the extent of corruption in this election and is demanding swift resolution. We hope that state legislatures in Wisconsin and the five other states will not wait on a court order but exercise their plenary constitutional authority and we continue to appeal to them as well as seek judicial remedy.”
— Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis, attorneys for President Trump
AS THE LORD LEADS, PRAY WITH US…
- For President Trump to be discerning in the actions he takes.
- For the bills the president signs and the decisions he makes to increase the wellbeing of Americans.
- For the State and Treasury Departments as they determine and implement sanctions.
- For God’s mercies and blessings for America.