It is customary the leaving President leaves a letter to the next, at the oval office.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as a civilian posted this at CloutHub Social Networking.


Most likely Mike Pompeo is also in MeWe, Gab…will look for him.

Just finished setting up the RED WAVE USA group at CloutHub. Search Groups.





As always, I like to verify the events, before posting. Facebook will be restricting or eliminating the MAGA groups – we will be sharing in different platforms until seeing which have more acceptance and easier for you to engage.

Our nation needs us, take a rest and see what part can you help to restore our nation.


Remarks by President Trump In Farewell Address to the Nation

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The White House

THE PRESIDENT: My fellow Americans: Four years ago, we launched a great national effort to rebuild our country, to renew its spirit, and to restore the allegiance of this government to its citizens. In short, we embarked on a mission to make America great again — for all Americans.

As I conclude my term as the 45th President of the United States, I stand before you truly proud of what we have achieved together. We did what we came here to do — and so much more.

This week, we inaugurate a new administration and pray for its success in keeping America safe and prosperous. We extend our best wishes, and we also want them to have luck — a very important word.

I’d like to begin by thanking just a few of the amazing people who made our remarkable journey possible.

First, let me express my overwhelming gratitude for the love and support of our spectacular First Lady, Melania. Let me also share my deepest appreciation to my daughter Ivanka, my son-in-law Jared, and to Barron, Don, Eric, Tiffany, and Lara. You fill my world with light and with joy.

I also want to thank Vice President Mike Pence, his wonderful wife Karen, and the entire Pence family.

Thank you as well to my Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows; the dedicated members of the White House Staff and the Cabinet; and all the incredible people across our administration who poured out their heart and soul to fight for America.

I also want to take a moment to thank a truly exceptional group of people: the United States Secret Service. My family and I will forever be in your debt. My profound gratitude as well to everyone in the White House Military Office, the teams of Marine One and Air Force One, every member of the Armed Forces, and state and local law enforcement all across our country.

Most of all, I want to thank the American people. To serve as your President has been an honor beyond description. Thank you for this extraordinary privilege. And that’s what it is — a great privilege and a great honor.

We must never forget that while Americans will always have our disagreements, we are a nation of incredible, decent, faithful, and peace-loving citizens who all want our country to thrive and flourish and be very, very successful and good. We are a truly magnificent nation.

All Americans were horrified by the assault on our Capitol. Political violence is an attack on everything we cherish as Americans. It can never be tolerated.

Now more than ever, we must unify around our shared values and rise above the partisan rancor, and forge our common destiny.

Four years ago, I came to Washington as the only true outsider ever to win the presidency. I had not spent my career as a politician, but as a builder looking at open skylines and imagining infinite possibilities. I ran for President because I knew there were towering new summits for America just waiting to be scaled. I knew the potential for our nation was boundless as long as we put America first.

So I left behind my former life and stepped into a very difficult arena, but an arena nevertheless, with all sorts of potential if properly done. America had given me so much, and I wanted to give something back.

Together with millions of hardworking patriots across this land, we built the greatest political movement in the history of our country. We also built the greatest economy in the history of the world. It was about “America First” because we all wanted to make America great again. We restored the principle that a nation exists to serve its citizens. Our agenda was not about right or left, it wasn’t about Republican or Democrat, but about the good of a nation, and that means the whole nation.

With the support and prayers of the American people, we achieved more than anyone thought possible. Nobody thought we could even come close.

We passed the largest package of tax cuts and reforms in American history. We slashed more job-killing regulations than any administration had ever done before. We fixed our broken trade deals, withdrew from the horrible Trans-Pacific Partnership and the impossible Paris Climate Accord, renegotiated the one-sided South Korea deal, and we replaced NAFTA with the groundbreaking USMCA — that’s Mexico and Canada — a deal that’s worked out very, very well.

Also, and very importantly, we imposed historic and monumental tariffs on China; made a great new deal with China. But before the ink was even dry, we and the whole world got hit with the China virus. Our trade relationship was rapidly changing, billions and billions of dollars were pouring into the U.S., but the virus forced us to go in a different direction.

The whole world suffered, but America outperformed other countries economically because of our incredible economy and the economy that we built. Without the foundations and footings, it wouldn’t have worked out this way. We wouldn’t have some of the best numbers we’ve ever had.

We also unlocked our energy resources and became the world’s number-one producer of oil and natural gas by far. Powered by these policies, we built the greatest economy in the history of the world. We reignited America’s job creation and achieved record-low unemployment for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, women — almost everyone.

Incomes soared, wages boomed, the American Dream was restored, and millions were lifted from poverty in just a few short years. It was a miracle. The stock market set one record after another, with 148 stock market highs during this short period of time, and boosted the retirements and pensions of hardworking citizens all across our nation. 401(k)s are at a level they’ve never been at before. We’ve never seen numbers like we’ve seen, and that’s before the pandemic and after the pandemic.

We rebuilt the American manufacturing base, opened up thousands of new factories, and brought back the beautiful phrase: “Made in the USA.”

To make life better for working families, we doubled the child tax credit and signed the largest-ever expansion of funding for childcare and development. We joined with the private sector to secure commitments to train more than 16 million American workers for the jobs of tomorrow.

When our nation was hit with the terrible pandemic, we produced not one, but two vaccines with record-breaking speed, and more will quickly follow. They said it couldn’t be done but we did it. They call it a “medical miracle,” and that’s what they’re calling it right now: a “medical miracle.”

Another administration would have taken 3, 4, 5, maybe even up to 10 years to develop a vaccine. We did in nine months.

We grieve for every life lost, and we pledge in their memory to wipe out this horrible pandemic once and for all.

When the virus took its brutal toll on the world’s economy, we launched the fastest economic recovery our country has ever seen. We passed nearly $4 trillion in economic relief, saved or supported over 50 million jobs, and slashed the unemployment rate in half. These are numbers that our country has never seen before.

We created choice and transparency in healthcare, stood up to big pharma in so many ways, but especially in our effort to get favored-nations clauses added, which will give us the lowest prescription drug prices anywhere in the world.

We passed VA Choice, VA Accountability, Right to Try, and landmark criminal justice reform.

We confirmed three new justices of the United States Supreme Court. We appointed nearly 300 federal judges to interpret our Constitution as written.

For years, the American people pleaded with Washington to finally secure the nation’s borders. I am pleased to say we answered that plea and achieved the most secure border in U.S. history. We have given our brave border agents and heroic ICE officers the tools they need to do their jobs better than they have ever done before, and to enforce our laws and keep America safe.

We proudly leave the next administration with the strongest and most robust border security measures ever put into place. This includes historic agreements with Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, along with more than 450 miles of powerful new wall.

We restored American strength at home and American leadership abroad. The world respects us again. Please don’t lose that respect.

We reclaimed our sovereignty by standing up for America at the United Nations and withdrawing from the one-sided global deals that never served our interests. And NATO countries are now paying hundreds of billions of dollars more than when I arrived just a few years ago. It was very unfair. We were paying the cost for the world. Now the world is helping us.

And perhaps most importantly of all, with nearly $3 trillion, we fully rebuilt the American military — all made in the USA. We launched the first new branch of the United States Armed Forces in 75 years: the Space Force. And last spring, I stood at Kennedy Space Center in Florida and watched as American astronauts returned to space on American rockets for the first time in many, many years.

We revitalized our alliances and rallied the nations of the world to stand up to China like never before.

We obliterated the ISIS caliphate and ended the wretched life of its founder and leader, al Baghdadi. We stood up to the oppressive Iranian regime and killed the world’s top terrorist, Iranian butcher Qasem Soleimani.

We recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and recognized Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

As a result of our bold diplomacy and principled realism, we achieved a series of historic peace deals in the Middle East. Nobody believed it could happen. The Abraham Accords opened the doors to a future of peace and harmony, not violence and bloodshed. It is the dawn of a new Middle East, and we are bringing our soldiers home.

I am especially proud to be the first President in decades who has started no new wars.

Above all, we have reasserted the sacred idea that, in America, the government answers to the people. Our guiding light, our North Star, our unwavering conviction has been that we are here to serve the noble everyday citizens of America. Our allegiance is not to the special interests, corporations, or global entities; it’s to our children, our citizens, and to our nation itself.

As President, my top priority, my constant concern, has always been the best interests of American workers and American families. I did not seek the easiest course; by far, it was actually the most difficult. I did not seek the path that would get the least criticism. I took on the tough battles, the hardest fights, the most difficult choices because that’s what you elected me to do. Your needs were my first and last unyielding focus.

This, I hope, will be our greatest legacy: Together, we put the American people back in charge of our country. We restored self-government. We restored the idea that in America no one is forgotten, because everyone matters and everyone has a voice. We fought for the principle that every citizen is entitled to equal dignity, equal treatment, and equal rights because we are all made equal by God. Everyone is entitled to be treated with respect, to have their voice heard, and to have their government listen. You are loyal to your country, and my administration was always loyal to you.

We worked to build a country in which every citizen could find a great job and support their wonderful families. We fought for the communities where every American could be safe and schools where every child could learn. We promoted a culture where our laws would be upheld, our heroes honored, our history preserved, and law-abiding citizens are never taken for granted. Americans should take tremendous satisfaction in all that we have achieved together. It’s incredible.

Now, as I leave the White House, I have been reflecting on the dangers that threaten the priceless inheritance we all share. As the world’s most powerful nation, America faces constant threats and challenges from abroad. But the greatest danger we face is a loss of confidence in ourselves, a loss of confidence in our national greatness. A nation is only as strong as its spirit. We are only as dynamic as our pride. We are only as vibrant as the faith that beats in the hearts of our people.

No nation can long thrive that loses faith in its own values, history, and heroes, for these are the very sources of our unity and our vitality.

What has always allowed America to prevail and triumph over the great challenges of the past has been an unyielding and unashamed conviction in the nobility of our country and its unique purpose in history. We must never lose this conviction. We must never forsake our belief in America.

The key to national greatness lies in sustaining and instilling our shared national identity. That means focusing on what we have in common: the heritage that we all share.

At the center of this heritage is also a robust belief in free expression, free speech, and open debate. Only if we forget who we are, and how we got here, could we ever allow political censorship and blacklisting to take place in America. It’s not even thinkable. Shutting down free and open debate violates our core values and most enduring traditions.
In America, we don’t insist on absolute conformity or enforce rigid orthodoxies and punitive speech codes. We just don’t do that. America is not a timid nation of tame souls who need to be sheltered and protected from those with whom we disagree. That’s not who we are. It will never be who we are.

For nearly 250 years, in the face of every challenge, Americans have always summoned our unmatched courage, confidence, and fierce independence. These are the miraculous traits that once led millions of everyday citizens to set out across a wild continent and carve out a new life in the great West. It was the same profound love of our God-given freedom that willed our soldiers into battle and our astronauts into space.

As I think back on the past four years, one image rises in my mind above all others. Whenever I traveled all along the motorcade route, there were thousands and thousands of people. They came out with their families so that they could stand as we passed, and proudly wave our great American flag. It never failed to deeply move me. I knew that they did not just come out to show their support of me; they came out to show me their support and love for our country.

This is a republic of proud citizens who are united by our common conviction that America is the greatest nation in all of history. We are, and must always be, a land of hope, of light, and of glory to all the world. This is the precious inheritance that we must safeguard at every single turn.

For the past four years, I have worked to do just that. From a great hall of Muslim leaders in Riyadh to a great square of Polish people in Warsaw; from the floor of the Korean Assembly to the podium at the United Nations General Assembly; and from the Forbidden City in Beijing to the shadow of Mount Rushmore, I fought for you, I fought for your family, I fought for our country. Above all, I fought for America and all it stands for — and that is safe, strong, proud, and free.

Now, as I prepare to hand power over to a new administration at noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning. There’s never been anything like it. The belief that a nation must serve its citizens will not dwindle but instead only grow stronger by the day.

As long as the American people hold in their hearts deep and devoted love of country, then there is nothing that this nation cannot achieve. Our communities will flourish. Our people will be prosperous. Our traditions will be cherished. Our faith will be strong. And our future will be brighter than ever before.

I go from this majestic place with a loyal and joyful heart, an optimistic spirit, and a supreme confidence that for our country and for our children, the best is yet to come.

Thank you, and farewell. God bless you. God bless the United States of America.

Citizens Investigative Report

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Truth. Transparency. Equal Justice.

Memorandum on Declassification of Certain Materials Related to the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane Investigation.

The White House.

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SUBJECT:    Declassification of Certain Materials Related to the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane Investigation

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, I hereby direct the following:

Section 1Declassification and Release.    At my request, on December 30, 2020, the Department of Justice provided the White House with a binder of materials related to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation.  Portions of the documents in the binder have remained classified and have not been released to the Congress or the public.  I requested the documents so that a declassification review could be performed and so I could determine to what extent materials in the binder should be released in unclassified form.

I determined that the materials in that binder should be declassified to the maximum extent possible.  In response, and as part of the iterative process of the declassification review, under a cover letter dated January 17, 2021, the Federal Bureau of Investigation noted its continuing objection to any further declassification of the materials in the binder and also, on the basis of a review that included Intelligence Community equities, identified the passages that it believed it was most crucial to keep from public disclosure.  I have determined to accept the redactions proposed for continued classification by the FBI in that January 17 submission.

I hereby declassify the remaining materials in the binder.  This is my final determination under the declassification review and I have directed the Attorney General to implement the redactions proposed in the FBI’s January 17 submission and return to the White House an appropriately redacted copy.

My decision to declassify materials within the binder is subject to the limits identified above and does not extend to materials that must be protected from disclosure pursuant to orders of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and does not require the disclosure of certain personally identifiable information or any other materials that must be protected from disclosure under applicable law.  Accordingly, at my direction, the Attorney General has conducted an appropriate review to ensure that materials provided in the binder may be disclosed by the White House in accordance with applicable law.

Sec. 2.  General Provisions.   (a)  Nothing in this memorandum shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i)   the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or

(ii)  the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b)  This memorandum shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.

(c)  This memorandum is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.

(d)  The Attorney General is authorized and directed to publish this memorandum in the Federal Register.

DONALD J. TRUMP President of the United Sates

BREAKING: Trump Releases Farewell Video




Parler CEO Gives Inside Scoop on Big Tech’s War on Free Speech  See Video

You Are Free TV the latests

In Brighton, You Are Free TV uncensored.



In YouTube, You Are Free TV could be removed.


“I prefer dangerous freedom, over peaceful slavery” T. Jefferson

January 18 2021

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted, some said carries messages from the President Trump to the people…


In November, @StateDept celebrated the opening of the Harry S. Truman building’s D Street entrance after being closed to employees for 12 years! Thank you, Carrie Cabelka. #WeGetResults

We improved housing for America’s diplomats and families through our Diplomatic Residential Initiative. 3 build-to-lease residential projects are underway at hardship posts, with another five in planning or design. #TakingCareofOurPeople

Security also means secure facilities. Our new embassies are top-of-the-line. Resilient. Efficient. Water and energy-saving technologies…the next generation of U.S. embassies will be models for the world.

When terrorists attacked the DusitD2 Hotel in Nairobi in 2019, Kenyan law enforcement units responded, including those trained by the @StateDeptDSS
Antiterrorism Assistance program. Officers saved at least 700 people and >70 U.S. citizens. #UnsungHeroes


When violent protestors attacked
on New Year’s Eve 2019,
special agents defended the compound against the mob for more than 40 hours, with no loss of life or serious injuries. #UnsungHeroes

When a U.S. Embassy or Consulate closes, members of the
regional security office are the last to leave. They stayed to secure the mission and information at Embassy Caracas in 2019, and U.S. Consulate Chengdu in 2020. #UnsungHeroes

We’ve worked hard to ensure our diplomats and locally employed staff are safe and secure.

has the largest global reach of any U.S. gov’t law enforcement agency in the world. Deepest thanks to all the agents who served on the Secretary’s detail—and to these two agents in particular, who led the detail during my tenure: Lon Fairchild and Roy Stillman.

Thank you to the men and women who have kept me, my family and our team safe these past four years. At both CIA and State, the professionals that do the work, plan security, and execute the mission are true warriors and heroes.

And, speaking of our great servicemen and women… no diplomat can succeed without the raw power and professionalism of a great military. Blessings to each of you and your families. Your excellence gave me and my team strength. From a veteran… Thank you.

I will never stop fighting for America First, even after my time as Secretary of State. There is always more work to be done and I look forward to continuing to share and engage with you on what’s next. If you haven’t already, please be sure to follow me

Strong U.S. leadership is building a future of peace, coexistence, and religious freedom.
has signed another historic MoU in the Arab world to combat all forms of anti-Semitism, including anti-Zionism and the delegitimization of Israel.

Since March, we have virtually onboarded and welcomed more than 400 Civil Service and 414 Foreign Service colleagues to our team, surpassing our overall Foreign Service hiring goals.

We streamlined the Civil Service hiring process, resulting in a net gain of 500 Civil Service hires for the
, getting the right talent into the right positions to serve the American people.

Could not have traveled to 82 countries without you Howard! You brought excellence to every logistical detail. Thank you. #WhereIsTheStairBridge

You can’t make good policy without good people. #PersonnelIsPolicy

Honored to speak with
about the unbreakable bond between our two countries and reviewing all that we have accomplished. The U.S.-Australia Alliance has never been stronger and will continue to grow in importance as we work to build a free and open Indo-Pacific.

Read the Ethos here: https://go.usa.gov/xAUcQ

I tasked Counselor Brechbuhl with crafting a Professional Ethos Statement for the Department. A clear, concise enunciation of how we champion American Diplomacy.

Getting the culture right matters.

I’ve read over and over that the State Department has been decimated. Really? We’ve built a culture driven by an ethos statement for the first time ever. There are nearly as many Foreign Service Officers today as there were in January 2017.

Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. devoted his life to upholding the unalienable rights of all Americans. Today we honor his work in advancing social justice and equality in the United States by serving our communities and country.

Deeply troubled by Russia’s decision to arrest Aleksey Navalny. Confident political leaders do not fear competing voices, nor see the need to commit violence against or wrongfully detain, political opponents.

The CCP is the central threat of our time. CCP authoritarianism isn’t the future the free world wants … but it’s the future we’ll have if we let our guard down again.


President Trump continue working for all Americans

News from The White House link

A Farewell Message from First Lady Melania Trump

(FB is blocking comments already, in YouTube video) Transcript.


My fellow Americans,

It has been the greatest honor of my life to serve as First Lady of the United States.

I have been inspired by incredible Americans across our country who lift up our communities through their kindness and courage, goodness and grace.

The past four years have been unforgettable. As Donald and I conclude our time in the White House, I think of all the people I have taken home in my heart and their incredible stories of love, patriotism, and determination.

I see the faces of brave young soldiers who have told me with pride in their eyes how much they love serving this country. To every service member and to our incredible military families: You are heroes, and you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.


I think of all the members of law enforcement who greet us wherever we go. At every hour of every day, they stand guard to keep our communities safe, and we are forever in their debt.

I have been moved by children I have visited in hospitals and foster care centers. Even as they fight difficult illnesses or face challenges, they bring such a joy to everyone they meet.

I remember the mothers who have battled the disease of Opioid addiction, and have overcome incredible hardships for love of their children.

I have been inspired by the devoted caregivers for babies born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, and communities that give these children the support and care they need to grow.

When I think about these meaningful experiences, I am humbled to have had the opportunity to represent a nation with such kind and generous people.

As the world continues to confront the COVID-19 pandemic, I thank all the nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals, manufacturing workers, truck drivers, and so many others who are working to save lives.

We grieve for the families who have lost a loved one due to the pandemic. Every life is precious, and I ask all Americans to use caution and common sense to protect the vulnerable as millions of vaccines are now being delivered.

In the midst of this hardship, we have seen the best of America shine through. Students have made cards and delivered groceries to our Senior Citizens. Teachers have worked twice as hard to keep our children learning.

Families have come together to provide meals, supplies, comfort and friendship to those in need.

Be passionate in everything you do but always remember that violence is never the answer and will never be justified.

When I came to the White House, I reflected on the responsibility I have always felt as a mother to encourage, give strength, and teach values of kindness. It is our duty as adults and parents to ensure that children have the best opportunities to lead fulfilling and healthy lives.

The passion for helping children succeed would drive my policy initiative as First Lady.

I launched Be Best to ensure that we as Americans are doing everything we can to take care of the next generation. Be Best has concentrated on three pillars: well-being, online safety, and opioid abuse.

In a few short years, I have raised awareness of how to keep children safe online; we have made incredible progress on our nation’s drug epidemic and how it impacts the lives of newborns and families, and we have given a voice to our most vulnerable children in the foster care system.

Internationally, Be Best has evolved into a platform that encourages world leaders to discuss issues impacting the lives of children and allows them to share solutions. It has been an honor to represent the American people abroad. I treasure each of my experiences and the inspiring people I have met along the way.

As I say farewell to my role as First Lady, it is my sincere hope that every American will do their part to teach our children what it means to Be Best. I ask parents to educate your children about the courageous and selfless heroes who worked and sacrificed to make this country the land of the free. And to lead by example and care for others in your community.

The promise of this Nation belongs to all of us. Do not lose sight of your integrity and values. Use every opportunity to show consideration for another person and build good habits into your daily lives.

In all circumstances, I ask every American to be an ambassador of Be Best. To focus on what unites us. To rise above what divides us. To always choose love over hatred, peace over violence, and others before yourself.

Together, as one national family, we can continue to be the light of hope for future generations and carry on America’s legacy of raising our nation to greater heights through our spirit of courage, goodness and faith.

No words can express the depth of my gratitude for the privilege of having served as your First Lady.

To all the people of this country: You will be in my heart forever.

Thank you. God bless you, and God bless the United States of America.

President Trump takes a hit for the MAGA. What a love for all Americans!

A fighter like no other.

PRESIDENT Trump to issue dozens of pardons and commutations before departing the White House.
NEW: WH sends out invitations for Pres. Trump’s farewell military ceremony, set for 8am Wednesday. Each invitee gets **5** RSVPs. At the Joint Base Andrews.

NEW: President Trump signs a new executive order with a long list of names for his “National Garden of American Heroes.” “Each individual has been chosen for embodying the American spirit of daring and defiance, excellence and adventure, courage and confidence, loyalty and love.”

First Lady Melania Trump wrote: Today, we honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. & his fearless dedication to the civil rights movement. Dr. King’s pursuit of freedom & equal opportunity ensured a brighter, more prosperous future for generations to come.

Continuity of Goverment…what many Americans don’t know.

Shared at We the Media in Telegram.

As all eyes are on Washington D.C. the fire was reported as a homeless spot under the bridge.

Over 20,000 have been deployed.

Black panthers are protesting – Why? Using guns and violence, blame it on President’s Trump supporters – given Democrats excuses to confiscate guns.

President Trump makes the Wall his Alamo

Simon Parkes broadcast from Britain. Censored, but not silent. He receives information and shares it.

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In Telegram https://t.me/simon_parkes


Simon said he spoke with Q once.

He believes President Trump will go to Texas and not Mar A Lago.


YouTube Channel remove many of its 600,000 subscribers.


Former VP Dick Cheney himself had long harboured misgivings over President Trump, but remained silent in deference to the political career of his daughter, a Republican congresswoman who may join senators to impeach President.

A source close to Mr Cheney says that he was tipped over the edge on December 26th, when David Ignatius, a well-connected columnist for the Washington Post, reported that government officials were increasingly concerned that Mr Trump might exploit public disorder to deploy the armed forces against opponents.

Then Cheney wrote the LETTER

January 3rd 2021 “Efforts to involve the US armed forces in resolving election disputes would take us into dangerous, unlawful and unconstitutional territory,” they warned. “Civilian and military officials who direct or carry out such measures would be accountable, including potentially facing criminal penalties, for the grave consequences of their actions on our republic.”




Former Defense Secretaries and the Arm Forces Change alliance against President Trump

They justify these concerns were not purely hypothetical. On December 17th Michael Flynn, a former general who served briefly as President Trump’s first national security adviser, had mused on Newsmax, a right-wing television station, that the president could “if he wanted to, he could take military capabilities and basically re-run an election in each of those [swing] states”.

James Mattis, President Trump’s first defence secretary, and Mark Esper, who was removed in November, were more reluctant to sign on, according to people involved in the process. Mr Mattis, a former general, remains subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which forbids “contemptuous words against the president”.

Mr Esper worried about reprisals against officials associated with his tenure still serving in the Pentagon. Both eventually signed. Mr Mattis had already excoriated President Trump’s leadership in June.


Mr Esper had witnessed troubling behaviour by President Trump’s appointees in the Pentagon. “They saw that it was exceptional circumstances,” says a person involved in the letter. “They all thought this guy [Trump] is unpredictable, mercurial and could take very dangerous steps.”

In some meetings, President Trump’s officials have refused outright to share information with their successors. “The generals and admirals are solidly on the side of the law,” says Eliot Cohen, the dean of SAIS and an academic expert on civil-military relations, “but the civilians have behaved in an extraordinarily dangerous way already in the transition, to include cutting off briefings to the new team.”

Mr Ignatius (Of the Washington Post)warned that “pro-Trump officials” in the Pentagon, which was purged in November, “might be mobilising to secure levers of power”, including taking control of intelligence agencies to declassify sensitive material for political gain. According to one former official, some political appointees have asked about the mechanics of troop movements.


Mr Cheney quickly persuaded Robert Gates, a defence secretary under both George W. Bush and Barack Obama, and Ashton Carter, who served under Mr Obama, to sign the admonitory letter.

The letter was drafted by Eliot Cohen, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, and Eric Edelman of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, a think-tank, both of whom served in the administration of George W. Bush.

William Perry, who led the Pentagon under Bill Clinton, followed suit. “President Trump is taking desperate actions to stay in office. He has a powerful tool that is built on the US military. And I’m concerned he may be tempted to use that tool,” says Mr Perry. “I just wanted to be sure that the senior military were alert to the danger and would not be stampeded into taking some illegal action.”

(Condense article from The Economist)

Many expected a Martial Law implemented, but President does not have the support of the Arm Forces.

A COUP d’etat

The removal of an existing government from power, usually through violent means keeps unfolding against President Trump.

As President Trump nature, he has the option to protect his right of the avalanche of fraud or to lead his 80 million supporters out of harms way. If he fights them will be chaos for the nation.

For the President the safeguard and welfare of Americans comes first.

This is the time we wait and support our President Donald J. Trump.

January 2021

No, President Trump Isn’t Guilty of Incitement

Inflaming emotions isn’t a crime. The president didn’t mention violence, much less provoke it.

House Democrats have drafted an article of impeachment that accuses President Trump of “incitement to insurrection.” Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said Thursday that his office is “looking at all actors here and anyone that had a role” in the Capitol riot.

Some reporters have construed that as including President Trump.
The president didn’t commit incitement or any other crime.

I should know. As a Washington prosecutor I earned the nickname “protester prosecutor” from the antiwar group CodePink. In one trial, I convicted 31 protesters who disrupted congressional traffic by obstructing the Capitol Crypt. In another, I convicted a CodePink activist who smeared her hands with fake blood, charged at then-Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in a House hearing room, and incited the audience to seize the secretary of state physically. In other cases, I dropped charges when the facts fell short of the legal standard for incitement. One such defendant was the antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan.

Hostile journalists and lawmakers have suggested President Trump incited the riot when he told a rally that Republicans need to “fight much harder.” Mr. Trump suggested the crowd walk to the Capitol: “We’re going to cheer on brave senators and congressmen and -women, and we’re probably not going to be cheering so much for some of them. Because you’ll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength and you have to be strong.”

the District of Columbia, it’s a crime to “intentionally or recklessly act in such a manner to cause another person to be in reasonable fear” and to “incite or provoke violence where there is a likelihood that such violence will ensue.”

This language is based on Brandenburg v. Ohio (1969), in which the Supreme Court set the standard for speech that could be prosecuted without violating the First Amendment. The justices held that a Ku Klux Klan leader’s calls for violence against blacks and Jews were protected speech. The court found that Clarence Brandenburg’s comments were “mere advocacy” of violence, not “directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action . . . likely to incite or produce such action.”
The president didn’t mention violence on Wednesday, much less provoke or incite it. He said, “I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”
District law defines a riot as “a public disturbance . . . which by tumultuous and violent conduct or the threat thereof creates grave danger of damage or injury to property or persons.” When Mr. Trump spoke, there was no “public disturbance,” only a rally. The “disturbance” came later at the Capitol by a small minority who entered the perimeter and broke the law. They should be prosecuted.
The president’s critics want him charged for inflaming the emotions of angry Americans. That alone does not satisfy the elements of any criminal offense, and therefore his speech is protected by the Constitution that members of Congress are sworn to support and defend.

Mr. Jeffrey Scott Shapiro served as an assistant attorney general of the District of Columbia, 2007-09. He is a White House appointed official at the U.S. Agency for Global Media.

The Two Presidents Prophecy - Kim Clement

Donne Clement Petruska daughter of Kim Clement “A couple of weeks ago I saw this video of Kim Clement prophesying about America having two Presidents. I feel it’s relevant, and believe others would appreciate it.

I have edited the video into a shorter version for” Facebook.

Full version on YouTube


Take this prophesy to our Lord and ask for understanding, rather than make it fit in our brain, His ways are higher than ours, and His plans marvelous

For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord.
For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. Isaiah 55:8-9

January 12, 2021

Remarks by President Trump Before Air Force One Departure | Joint Base Andrews, MD.

Joint Base Andrews
Prince George’s County, Maryland

10:27 A.M. EST

THE PRESIDENT: I think that big tech is doing a horrible thing for our country and to our country. And I believe it’s going to be a catastrophic mistake for them. They’re dividing and divisive, and they’re showing something that I’ve been predicting for a long time. I’ve been predicting it for a long time, and people didn’t act on it.

But I think big tech has made a terrible mistake, and very, very bad for our country. And that’s leading others to do the same thing, and it causes a lot of problems and a lot of danger. Big mistake. They shouldn’t be doing it. But there’s always a counter move when they do that. I’ve never seen such anger as I see right now, and that’s a terrible thing. Terrible thing.

And you have to always avoid violence. And we have — we have tremendous support.

Q What is your role, sir?

THE PRESIDENT: We have support probably like nobody has ever seen before. Always have to avoid violence.

Q Mr. President, what is your role in what happened at the Capitol? What is your personal responsibility?

THE PRESIDENT: So if you read my speech — and many people have done it, and I’ve seen it both in the papers and in the media, on television — it’s been analyzed, and people thought that what I said was totally appropriate.

And if you look at what other people have said — politicians at a high level — about the riots during the summer, the horrible riots in Portland and Seattle, in various other — other places, that was a real problem — what they said.

But they’ve analyzed my speech and words and my final paragraph, my final sentence, and everybody, to the T, thought it was totally appropriate.

Okay, thank you. Thank you.


Heading to the Supreme Court?

Conventional wisdom holds that technology companies are free to regulate content because they are private, and the First Amendment protects only against government censorship. That view is wrong: Google, Facebook and Twitter should be treated as state actors under existing legal doctrines. Using a combination of statutory inducements and regulatory threats, Congress has co-opted Silicon Valley to do through the back door what government cannot directly accomplish under the Constitution.

Facebook and Twitter banned President Trump and numerous supporters after last week’s disgraceful Capitol riot, and Google, Apple and Amazon blocked Twitter alternative Parler—all based on claims of “incitement to violence” and “hate speech.” Silicon Valley titans cite their ever-changing “terms of service,” but their selective enforcement suggests political motives.

The right answer is for courts to recognize what lawmakers did: suck the air out of the Constitution by dispatching big tech to do what they can’t. Now it’s up to judges to fill the vacuum, with sound legal precedents in hand.

Liberals should worry too. If big tech can shut down the president, what stops them from doing the same to Joe Biden if he backs antitrust suits against social-media companies?

Ordinary Americans understand the First Amendment better than the elites do. Users who say Facebook, Twitter and Google are violating their constitutional rights are right.



Mr. Ramaswamy is founder and CEO of Roivant Sciences and author of the forthcoming book “Woke Inc.” Mr. Rubenfeld, a constitutional scholar, has advised parties who are litigating or may litigate against Google and Facebook.

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January 11, 2021 “Republicans block House measure calling on Vice President Pence and Cabinet to remove Trump under the 25th Amendment, forcing House vote.” (WaPo)


This will further delay Dem schemes to use 25th amendment to remove President Trump, as well as make impeachment timeline near-impossible.

What is going on here, Nancy? Seems a little desperate.

There must be…other factors at play.

Lessons we may not have learned

Florida Student Wins

Florida high-school senior Tyler Maxwell has won a final victory in the lawsuit he brought to protect his First Amendment right to display his support for President Trump in his pickup truck.
In September, Maxwell drove to school with a new item in the bed of his pickup truck: a large red, white, and blue elephant statue emblazoned with the word “TRUMP” on the side. A school administrator pulled Maxwell out of his first-period class and ordered him to take the elephant home immediately. When he returned to school with the truck (and the elephant) the next day, Maxwell was met by a school official who demanded that he hand over his parking permit and told him that he couldn’t park at the school again unless he removed the elephant.

The judge declared that the school violated Maxwell’s First Amendment right to freedom of speech when it revoked his parking pass, and ordered the school to allow him to continue to bring the elephant to school, if he chooses, through the end of the school year.
Free speech…priceless.

How Close to Venezuelan Socialism is America?

An expanding welfare state. Rapidly increasing government spending. The silencing of speech. Could America be on the same track to a socialist future that has left Venezuela’s economy decimated, its people starving, and individual freedoms on the brink of eradication?

Jorge Galicia is a unique position to answer that question. Just 24 years old, Jorge, a native of Venezuela, experienced that nightmarish transformation firsthand in his home country. He escaped Venezuela and moved to the United States—and today, he’s a vocal advocate and activist for freedom, warning that the U.S. may be following down Venezuela’s tragic path.

See video.  People hope Socialism will live at the expense of the Government. They forgot is the Government that lives at the expense of the people.