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Martial Law? These 3 Photos Are Why Everyone Thinks Something BIG is Coming!


Do you hear that?

The rumors of Martial Law or the Insurrection Act are reaching fever pitch…

But why?

Eagle-eyed observers claim that unmistakeable hints are coming from the White House itself.

Specifically, Dan Scavino posted a series of 3 images on Twitter.

Who is Dan Scavino?

Well, he is the White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Director of Social Media.

He is one of President Trump’s most trusted and loyal aides.

And he posted the following 3 images on Twitter:

These 3 photos were published on Twitter after President Trump held a raucous meeting in the Oval Office.

We now know that prominent people like General Flynn and Sidney Powell were in attendance.


What’s the big deal?

Why are these pictures so important?


They all have to do with history: stolen elections, martial law, and the insurrection act.


Possibly… but these photos were intentionally posted on Twitter by Dan Scavino right in a row.

Most people believe that a message is being sent.

Take this photo, for example:

That’s a nice photo of Andrew Jackson in the background.

And yes… the election was stolen from Andrew Jackson in 1824!

According to PJ Media:

Newt Gingrich tweeted Friday: “The more data comes out on vote anomalies that clearly are not legitimate the more it looks like 2020 may be the biggest Presidential theft since Adams and Clay robbed Andrew Jackson in 1824. State legislatures should demand recounts.” He was right, except for one detail: the stolen election of 2020 is shaping up to be much worse than that of 1824.

Rating America’s Presidents explains that by that year, the Democratic-Republican Party, which was the party of the previous three presidents, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe, now included virtually every politician of significance and had split into factions of its own. The congressional caucus that had chosen Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe bypassed the candidate whom many considered to be Monroe’s heir apparent, Secretary of State John Quincy Adams. Instead, the caucus picked a candidate who stood for the old Republican principles of strict adherence to the Constitution and a weak federal government: William Crawford, who had been a senator from Georgia, minister to France, and secretary of war and secretary of the treasury in the Monroe administration.

The caucus, however, didn’t have the influence in 1824 that it had enjoyed in previous years. Those who favored the positions that had initially been identified with the moribund opposition party, the Federalists, including a strong federal government that funded internal improvements, a centralized Bank of the United States, and high tariffs to protect American industry, were Adams and the speaker of the House, Henry Clay of Kentucky. Then there was General Andrew Jackson, the hero of the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812 and, more recently, a senator from Tennessee. Jackson had genuine popular support, which was increasingly important, as more and more states were choosing electors by popular vote.

No one, however, knew exactly where Jackson stood on the issues. Adams, whom Jackson would soon count among his bitterest political enemies, actually supported him for vice president, albeit with a quip about Jackson’s volatile character: “The Vice-Presidency was a station in which the General could hang no one, and in which he would need to quarrel with no one.”

One reason why 2020 is worse than 1824 is that everyone in that race, like everyone for the first century and a half of the republic, had an America-first agenda. So there was nothing like the modern-day division of candidates on that score, and voters didn’t have to ask themselves which candidate was less likely to sell America’s interests to the highest international bidder.

Ok… so that’s just one example.

But what about the other pictures?

Well, as calls have risen for President Trump to declare Martial Law, Scavino posted a photo of Trump with Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln, of course, declared Martial Law during the Civil War…

And yes, the declaration did impact elections!

Newsweek has more details on the calls for Martial Law to hold special elections:

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn—controversially pardoned by President Donald Trump last week—on Tuesday retweeted a call for the White House to declare martial law and re-run last month’s presidential election.

The appeal—made by the Ohio non-profit We The People Convention in a Washington Times advert Tuesday—urged the president to declare “limited martial law” in order to hold a new election.

The advert cited President Abraham Lincoln’s suspension of Habeas Corpus during the Civil War as precedent, adding: “Then, as now, a President with courage and determination was needed to preserve the Union.”

WTPC claimed the “threat to our United States by the international and domestic socialist/communist left is much more serious than anything Lincoln or our nation has faced in its history—including the civil war.”

The organization’s President Tom Zawistowski released a statement claiming “massive, planned, illegal election fraud conducted by corrupt Democrat/Socialist Party operatives across our nation to steal our vote.”

Last but not least, Scavino published a photo of President Trump looking Winston Churchill straight in the eye.

Churchill famously said:

We shall not fail or falter. We shall not weaken or tire. Neither the sudden shock of battle nor the long-drawn trials of vigilance and exertion will wear us down. Give us the tools and we will finish the job.

This photo comes just moments after President Trump declared that he will NEVER stop fighting for us!

Quitting is not an option.

The swamp must be drained.

And corruption must be exposed.

The fabric of our society and democratic republic depend on it!

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