Breaking! Trump isn’t leaving the White House peacefully

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In the last seventy-two hours, as most of Tump’s legal battles failed, momentum has been building in the actual White House; Trump is not leaving peacefully.

We spoke with sources close to both Sidney Powell and Michael Flynn today, and the word amongst Trump’s inner circle is that he isn’t going anywhere. A meeting yesterday between Trump and Powell apparently ended with Trump vowing, at the urging of his associates, not to concede…ever, unless he is physically removed from office by force.

A permanent US delegate told us this morning that Trump will utilize the Executive Order he created in September of 2018 to remain in the White House.

The Executive order, on Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election, calls for a massive report to be compiled if foreign interference in the election is suspected, and it allows Trump to nullify anything that resulted from fraud.

Trump’s Dec 16 statement

This morning, Trump’s campaign released a statement that Trump will not be leaving office peacefully, and that he would need to be removed with force if anyone attempted to remove him prior to January 20th. Those in Powell’s legal circle state that before January 20th, Trump will invoke his order and refuse to leave office.

Today’s revelations confirm what many conservatives have maintained for weeks, that the President may have to be forcibly removed from office. This comes after hundreds of reserved soldiers in Colorado have been called to active duty in the coming months, and the Navy, Department of Defense, and 82nd airborne unit tweeting that “a storm is coming,” with the Navy also tweeting an upside-down picture of a helicopter, forming a green “Q” in the tweet.

The first month of 2020 is going to be very interesting.

The Colorado Herald