Skip to comments.Trump should declare Marshall Law within 4 or 6 states where it has been proven that domestic and foreign people committed crimes against the voting systems in those states.
Posted on 12/11/2020 6:07:09 PM PST by mitchell001
Donald Trump should declare Marshall Law in the 4 or 6 states where there is convincing proof that election cheating resulted in the theft of Trump's victory in those states. The declaration should include the military conducting a new election in each of those 4 or 6 states with the goal of restoring integrity to our 2020 Presidential selection. If Trump doesn't declare Marshall Law, history will not record this huge crime against our Republic. History will just record that Joe Biden won while Donald Trump made frivolous accusations. Marshall Law will get everybody's attention with a warning for domestic and foreign criminals to stay out of our sacred democracy for our generation and generations to come.
martial. I stopped reading there.
Marshall Law? I would prefer Marsha law, or Marichal law. Yeah, lets bean them!
“history will not record this huge crime against our Republic. History will just record that Joe Biden won while Donald Trump made frivolous accusations.”
There is much truth to that statement. The winners and journalists of any conflict write the history books.
However martial law should be a last resort. We need to hear from DJT and his legal staff. There are going to be other things to do. I have faith that they have a plan.
You want to go all Matt Dillion?
When did people suddenly start completely misunderstanding and misspelling this action?!
Martial Law not Marshall Law
Mariachi law coming across the boArders.
Winners it appears are never judged by how.
they save that for the losers.
When do we learn this lesson.
When you own side can’t spell....
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