CPAC is a waste of time, unless we address the illegitimate election
Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight
Enough talking about 2022 and 2024, American Patriots don't want to hear it.
Elitist conservatives and republicans (in name only) want to move on and prepare for future elections. That secures their self interest at the cost of our freedom. These yellow-bellies do not understand that over half of Americans do not recognize the Usurper Biden, and want this coup resolved now.
Where are their backbones? Our Founding fathers risked their necks (literally by hanging) to fight tyranny, usurpation of power, and financial usury, while these men forfeit nothing.
The line of succession continues through Donald J. Trump, the lawfully, constitutionally, and duly re-elected President of the United States. Election fraud cannot change that; the violation of state election laws cannot change that; foreign interference in ballot tabulation cannot change that; and the unconstitutional certification of an unlawful election cannot change that. Fact is fact, truth is truth, and this illegitimate election is null and void.
By justice's sake, there cannot be a 2022 and 2024 without President Donald J. Trump and the correct composition of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. The illegitimate election removes all authority and substance from those federal branches in Washington, D.C. Lines of succession are hereby broken, until lawfully and constitutionally restored.
Sen. Josh Hawley (MO) seems to be the only, conservative, other than Sen. Ted Cruz (TX), albeit more subtle, determined to continue to fight for election integrity. He received a standing ovation, in a clear illustration of voter priorities, at CPAC for leading the charge in objecting to the Electoral College certification on January 6th.
Rep. Jim Jordan (OH), Rep. Matt Gaetz (FL), and freshman like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA) and Rep. Lauren Boebert, continue to exemplify their resolve to fight for the will of the American voter.
President Donald J. Trump is expected to be the keynote speaker on Sunday at CPAC, his first public appearance since leaving the White House.
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