3 Star General calls Election Tampering an act of treason

Lt. General McInerney

 

“When you coordinate six to ten states using using cyber warfare, it changes the outcome of the election in favor of whomever you want.
These are treasonous acts. These are not just fraudulent acts, they are treasonous acts” ~ 3-Star Lieutenant General McInerney

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“The President has got to declare a national emergency. And that emergency needs to be based upon his executive order, dated September 12th, 2018 – a little over two years ago – in which he declared a national emergency if there was foreign influence in our elections. And he also should use the Insurrection Act, because we have an insurrection building in this country right now when you look at BLM and Antifa, plus other groups

“He has got to declare a national emergency …He should also use the Insurrection Act because we have an insurrection right now in this country when you look at Antifa and BLM, plus other groups. He must suspend habeas corpus as President Lincoln did in 1861 and Franklin Roosevelt did in 1942 when World War II started.”

In reference to the overwhelming reports of massive, fradulently created ballots, McInerney asserts:

“It’s a printing press operation. And yet we have judges that are challenging that, saying that’s not enough. And so that’s why it’s so important that this national emergency be declared and the president start arresting these people right away.” And then he added,

“This is a national emergency. I would declare martial law.”

If you agree, contact the Whitehouse. Encourage the President to demand a recount or do whatever is necessary to take back the stolen votes.

UPS claims Biden documents simply vanished.

 

“They rarely lose anything, that’s why we use them in the first place. And yet they lost our Biden documents. How? UPS won’t tell us how”

UPS, a mail service routinely used by high end professionals to ensure timely delivery of sensitve materials, claim that Tucker Carlson’s Biden documents simply disappeared. Carlson claims

“Tuesday morning we received word from the shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing. The documents had disappeared.” 

What is so interesting is that after this story broke out on the news, lo and behold, UPS suddenly found the missing flashdrive.  Explanation? Crickets

“They claim that the flash drive was found on Monday night by an hourly employee at the UPS building on 43rd Street in Manhattan. They suggested it might have been sitting on the floor there. They couldn’t prove that because remarkably, in a room where millions of high-value packages are handled, there are no security cameras. That’s just what they told us. UPS says the employee who found our flash drive simply dropped it on top of the supervisor’s desk. Our documents sat there undiscovered for more than 24 hours until we announced on television that they were missing. That’s their story”.

Should Conservatives trust or use UPS?

 

Church—no go. Protestors? Free Pass. Learn why Americans everywhere are signing the petition for religious freedom during the Pandemic

  • New Zealand: 10 people, max, may go to a worship service at one time,  while 100 people at a time, can go to restaurants, shopping centers, and movie theaters and other public places.
  • France, Businesses given partial reopening while public Worship suspended indefinitely
  • Alberta, Canada, new guidance seeks to forbid Holy Communion by prohibiting the “sharing of communal items (e.g. communion chalice).”
  • In the U.S. states of Illinois and California, the governments will continue to restrict church services at the same time as it begins to reopen manufacturing, schools, child care facilities, and offices.

Click on the form to fill out the petition

petition for religios freedom for those who want to attend church

To: World Leaders, US State Governors, and Canadian Premiers
We, the undersigned, call on you to reject anti-religious discrimination and use the same standard for churches reopening as you would any other similar gathering place.
We want to go back to church!
And, while we will adhere to safety advice on preventing further spread of the coronavirus, we must insist that churches and church-goers be treated even-handedly when you decide on policy to reopen society.
Churches are no more inherently contagion-prone than schools, manufacturing plants, restaurants, movie theatres, or public transport. And yet, some jurisdictions are making policy to exclude church openings while allowing other similar venues to open, or partially reopen.
Even when…it could be argued that churches provide the most essential service of all.
Whether this is accidental, or whether it is by design, the situation needs to change so that churches are, at minimum, treated equally to other venues where the general public congregates.
Thank you for rejecting anti-religious discrimination, and thank you for reopening the churches with the rest of society.

Paul Johnson, the Tennessee grandfather who was forbidden to read his Bible in the public square without a permit, has received a response from the municipality that banned him.

 

“Thank you for your email/letters to the City of Sweetwater, its mayor, recorder and attorney regarding Paul Johnson’s exercise of his first amendment right to freely express his religious beliefs on public ways in Sweetwater, Tennessee,” wrote City Attorney John Cleveland, Sr., in a letter dated last Friday.

“You may accept this letter as your requested written assurance that the City of Sweetwater, Tennessee, will allow Mr. Johnson to peacefully share his religious beliefs in Sweetwater without requiring him to apply for or obtain any permit pursuant to Ordinance 16-110 of the Municipal Code of the City of Sweetwater, Tennessee,” he continued.

Johnson’s attorneys threatened to pursue legal action if the city did not send him a letter of assurance that his religious liberties would be respected the next time he chose to read from his Bible on the sidewalk. In addition to granting his request, the City of Sweetwater actually encouraged his feedback.

“The City appreciates your bringing to its attention the constitutional infirmities in the ordinance identified in your correspondence. We would appreciate any suggestions you might have regarding potential amendments to or replacement of Ordinance 16-110 that would meet your perceived constitutional requirements.”

City Recorder Jessica Morgan provided this statement to the press:

“As discussed, The City of Sweetwater appreciates the rights of free speech. We have never banned anyone from reading any book in public on a sidewalk.

Liberty Deputy General Counsel Jeremy Dys responded to the statement, saying it “indicates significant progress toward a positive resolution.”

This story illustrates the effective change which is brought about as the result of all Americans speaking out in defense of free speech.