Source: NwoReport

TRUMP ‘DRAFT EXECUTIVE ORDER’ CAME FROM OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE. Last week, I wrote about Resistance excitement over a claim that Republicans “forged” phony Electoral College documents in an attempt to fool the world into thinking President Donald Trump won the 2020 election. It turned out there was much less to the story than met the eye. Now there is another seemingly sensational story about the period when Trump was still in office and refusing to accept the results of the election.

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Last Friday, Politico published an article headlined, “Read the never-issued Trump order that would have seized voting machines.” The piece included the text of a White House “draft executive order,” dated Dec. 16, 2020, that “would have directed the defense secretary to seize voting machines.”

There’s no doubt it was an outrageous, dangerous, terrible, beyond-bad idea. Among all the bad ideas that floated around the Trump circle in the period between the Nov. 3, 2020, election and the Jan. 20, 2021, inauguration, it was perhaps the worst. But where did it come from? And was it taken seriously by Trump and his top aides?

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