The enemy is in yet another checkmate - there was another executive order and SCOTUS assignments to circuit courts

Posted by DC on Fri, 11/20/2020 - 10:26

Another brilliant thread from Rex at Quodverum.  This one highlights the second executive order from President Trump in 2018, as well as supervisory assignments of circuit courts to the Associate Justices.

This week, we were reminded of executive order 13848 regarding sanctions over foreign interference in our elections.  It was more evidence of the President’s anticipation of the attempted heist of our elections, along with the creation of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency shortly after the 2018 midterms.

If you’re still skeptical that President Trump didn’t anticipate the current fiasco with our voting systems, here’s a tweet from 2012:



Rex’s thread from today highlights another executive order that was executed one week after the previous: executive order 13849.  This one deals with cutting off the money.



A glance through the order shows how strict it is.  A target of this XO won't even have access to change in their car's ash tray. 



The cherry on top is the shuffling of supervisory assignments of the associate justices over the circuit courts.  Georgia falls under Thomas, Wisconsin falls under Kavanaugh, Pennsylvania under Alito, Minnesota under Gorsuch, and Virginia under Roberts.



While the propagandists in the media are clinging to hope that Rudy’s hair dye running down his face will help them somehow, they were already defeated, at least since 2018.



I know some are nervous and mentally susceptible to the fake news that it’s Trump who’s against the clock, but that’s not true.  Time is on our side.  The enemy wanted a quick concession, but instead, the President is making cabinet changes for his second term in their face; changes that scares the enemy.

Enjoy what's happening.


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