Sunday, December 20, 2020

Executive Order 13848 and the Stolen Election

The fate of Western Civilization, some three thousand years in the making, now hangs by a slender thread. That thread is Executive Order 13848 signed on September 12, 2018.  The background to this is that the US President can make law. As Obama said, he had a “pen and a phone” and that was all he needed to remake the United States.

In the beginning there was Obama’s Executive Order 13694 signed on April 1, 2015. The Executive Order states that there is a national emergency due to malicious cyber-enabled activities originating from outside the United States that “constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States.”

Section 1 of that Executive Order deals with blocking assets. Section 7 states that no notice has to be given in the blocking of assets under Section 1. It appears that blocking of assets has the same meaning as seizing of assets. Executive Order 13694 was not rescinded by President Trump and remains in effect. So assets can be seized without notice.

Executive Order 13757 followed on December 28, 2016. This Executive Order appears to be just one of Obama’s contributions to the Russia hysteria resulting from Hillary Clinton’s loss of the 2016 election. It names five Russian entities and four individual Russians that were sanctioned. The list is a token effort in that it did not affect business between the Obama regime and Russian entities that they wanted to do business with, e.g., Hunter Biden was able to be paid $3.5 million by the wife of the mayor of Moscow.

But it does have wording in it that is very useful in our current circumstances. Part (ii) (E) of Section 1 of that Executive Order directs the seizing of assets of any persons:

“tampering with, altering, or causing a misappropriation of information with the purpose or effect of interfering with or undermining election processes or institutions”

Executive Order 13694 had not mentioned elections.

Part (iii) (B), Section 1 directs the seizing of assets of persons who “materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or in support of, any activity described” in part (ii). Under Section 1, the Secretary of the Treasury in consultation with the Attorney General and the Secretary of State determines who is complicit for electoral cyber-crimes.

Executive Order 13757 was not rescinded by President Trump, remains in effect and is sufficient to reverse the fraud in the recent presidential election.    ........To Read More......

 
 

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