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Military Blocks Insurrection

By Wayne Jett © January 23, 2021

This is a time of extraordinary stress for many Americans, but the stress is caused by lack of vital information – not by true facts on the ground in the historic conflict now underway. Most Americans are unaware that the U. S. military high command has been investigating a criminal insurrection aimed at subverting the November 3 federal elections. With that knowledge in hand, the outlook for Americans and the future of their constitutional republic is much improved, and potentially may become the best since its founding.

Most Americans and many more worldwide remain disconsolate. Political wounds inflicted by fraudulent vote-counting practices in the November 3 presidential election and the January 5 Georgia run-off elections for U. S. Senate seats are still raw. More wounds were inflicted by Vice President Mike Pence. He failed to perform his constitutional duties to resolve vital issues raised by competing electors in multiple states where vote-counting fraud was rampant.

Then most recently we were shown the portrayed inauguration of Joe Biden as president. With major media insisting it is so, most observers including many Trump supporters assume (or fear) the Biden presidency is permanent and irreversible. Not so.

The Insurrection Act Is Invoked

The proper place to begin understanding where the nation and the presidency stands now is the Insurrection Act of 1807. That early statute authorized the president to call upon land and naval forces to defend against and to defeat any attempt to take control of federal, state or local government by unlawful means. In mid-2018, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to detect, protect against and prevent any attempt to subvert free and fair elections on November 3, 2020.

Provisions of the order included advance assignment of duties by intelligence agencies to investigate and protect against any foreign interference in the elections. The order included specified time schedule for precautions and surveillance to be in place, for investigations and reporting by federal intelligence agencies of any instances of unlawful conduct to the Director of National Intelligence. The DNI was directed to compile his summary report of findings and deliver it to the president.

Though delayed from the original schedule set by President Trump, the DNI report to the president determined that numerous unlawful actions – including interference and collusion by foreign governments in concert with American citizens – did, in fact, occur. In summary, the president was officially notified that identified foreign governments colluded with American actors to subvert and compromise the federal elections of November 3.

Based upon the DNI report and related intelligence, President Trump invoked the Insurrection Act placing authority and responsibility upon U. S. military commands to proceed with their statutory duties to defeat the insurrection and preserve constitutional government. Foreign governments reported to be involved with American nationals included United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Vatican and China.

This is the context within which a reported 25,000 National Guard troops were called to duty and deployed at stations within Washington, D.C., during the days leading to and including the widely broadcast swearing in of Joe Biden as president on January 20. The military deployment was ordered by the Pentagon, not by Congress, the Senate or the president.

This is the factual context within which armed military forces took up positions around the U. S. Capitol and the White House. The Pentagon is reported to have a corps of 800 high-ranking officers focused upon defeating the insurrection involving collusion with foreign governments described above. Those officers are taking the precautions necessary to protect the nation, preserve and defend the Constitution, and defeat the insurrection.

The Plan and The Delay

      A source believed to be reliable ( at 5:00 et seq.) says Pentagon officials were prepared to arrest Joe Biden and numerous others on January 20 at the time of the scheduled inauguration, but were deterred from doing so by an undisclosed consideration (perhaps threatened use of a weapon of mass destruction).

Military officials reportedly sought guidance from President Trump regarding the threat and ultimately determined to defer arrests until the threat is fully debunked. Arrests have been deferred until the threat is dealt with, which may be within a matter of days, weeks or as long as about two months.

Likely Prospects

If these described circumstances of January 20 are true, almost certainly Biden will be treated by law as never having become president. Indeed, he is likely to be treated as one who has conspired and acted to seize the presidency by treasonous means.

Biden is reported already to have been denied access to classified information requested from the Pentagon, and has been instructed not to come to the Pentagon or to send his staff there. These reports, if accurate, indicate the military command has concluded that Biden was declared the winner of the presidential election due to a criminal insurrection as proven by convincing evidence.

If this is indeed the case, Biden’s orders and actions in the White House are null, void and additional criminal acts. While military officials complete their work in defeating the reported insurrection, President Donald Trump remains on the sidelines, to be consulted as military officials see fit.

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DC National Guard members on January 7.

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  • The Pentagon placed major restrictions on the DC National Guard leading up to Wednesday’s insurrection, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
  • Officials curtailed the ability of DC guardsmen to deploy troops, receive ammo and riot gear, engage with protesters, share equipment with local police, and use surveillance without explicit approval from President Trump’s acting defense secretary, Christopher Miller, according to The Post.
  • Guardsmen didn’t arrive to support US Capitol Police — who were ill-prepared and quickly overrun — until more than two hours after its chief called for them, according to the Post.
  • The muted approach was said to be intended to avoid backlash that followed an aggressive response to Black Lives Matter protests over the summer, but the response has drawn sharp criticism from Democratic lawmakers, activists, and even some law-enforcement experts for being insufficient.
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In the days before Trump supporters’ insurrection, the Department of Defense placed major limitations on the tactics, equipment, and resources the DC National Guard could make use of in dealing with rioters, The Washington Post reported Thursday.

Pentagon officials sent memos on January 4 and 5 barring DC guardsmen from receiving ammo and riot gear, engaging with protesters (except for self-defense), sharing equipment with local police, and using surveillance or air assets without explicit approval from President Donald Trump’s acting Defense Secretary, Christopher Miller, according to The Post.

The additional bureaucratic hurdle delayed the DC National Guard’s response after US Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund asked on Wednesday for 200 guardsmen to provide backup — with guardsmen not arriving until 2 1/2 hours later — according to The Post.

Read more: Secret Service experts are speculating in group chats about how Trump might be hauled out of the White House if he won’t budge on Inauguration Day

Five deaths, including one law-enforcement officer, in connection with Wednesday’s violence have been confirmed.

The Capitol Police, who had planned only for peaceful protests — despite numerous indicators suggesting protesters may turn violent — were massively vastly outnumbered by the rioters and quickly overrun.

Read more: There’s a reckoning coming for the congressional police force that allowed the worst breach of the US Capitol since the British burned the building down in 1814

It’s not clear how many officers were on duty Wednesday, but the Capitol Police has a total of 2,300 officers and civilian employees who patrol 16 acres of land and protect the 535 members of Congress and their staff.  By comparison, Minneapolis has about 840 uniformed officers who police 425,000 residents across a 6,000-acre area, according to The Associated Press.

DC guardsmen were not initially deployed to the US Capitol in large numbers, in part because city and Pentagon officials wanted to avoid the backlash that followed Trump’s aggressive use of federal law enforcement to attack peaceful protesters demonstrating against the killing of George Floyd, according to The Post.

The Capitol Police rejected multiple offers for help from federal law enforcement ahead of Wednesday’s events, and, according to The Post, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser had requested only 340 guardsmen, mostly to monitor traffic and public transit.

But DC guard troops answer to state governors, and since DC is not a state, Bowser had to request additional support on Wednesday from the Pentagon, which answers to Trump — a task that proved difficult and slow-moving.

Bowser and her staff, as well as lawmakers trapped in the Capitol, called on the governors of neighboring Maryland and Virginia, who themselves were initially ignored by the Pentagon when they asked military leaders to deploy additional guardsmen.

Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy, who effectively commands the DC guard, said at a press conference Thursday that 6,200 guardsmen would be deployed by the weekend and that a “non-scalable” 7-foot fence would be set up around the Capitol. He added military officials had planned for Wednesday assuming it would be like other recent protests and that not in their “wildest imagination” did they expect rioters to breach the Capitol.

But decisions by law enforcement —the Capitol Police as well as local and federal agencies — not to prepare for riots have drawn sharp criticism. Former Metropolitan Police Chief Charles Ramsey slammed the police response, telling CNN that “they need to be locking them up without question,” in regard to rioters inside the Capitol.

The Capitol Police “were not prepared for today,” Democratic Rep. Val Demings told The Baltimore Sun, adding: “I certainly thought that we would have had a stronger show of force.”

Activists also pointed to the disparity between law enforcement’s relatively passive response to violent protesters Wednesday and the mass arrests and aggression used against largely peaceful anti-racism protests.

Sund, the Capitol Police chief, and another high-ranking Capitol security officer have already announced their plans to resign, and more are expected to go.

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  1. Larry Baughman January 28th, 2021 at 6:48 am

    I’ll believe it when I see it.
    God help Us.