Juan O. Savin says Joe Biden won’t be inaugurated President on January 20, but neither will President Donald Trump. Instead there will be an interim period while election fraud and other more serious charges, up to and including pedophilia, are addressed. Savin doesn’t expect a decision between Biden and Trump until much later in the spring, possibly in March, but perhaps as late as early April.
Savin doesn’t address these issues himself. Instead, he shared a filet mignon dinner with pundit and former CIA officer Robert David Steele. It is Steele who goes public with the analysis and observations. Here are other revelations coming from their dinner confab:
- John F. Kennedy Jr. is alive and well but will not be appointed Vice President by Donald Trump, should Trump win his fight for a second term. Steele hopes JFK Jr. will travel the country to help the American people heal after all of the anger, belligerence and fraud that marked the 2020 Presidential election, as well as this divisive aftermath.
- There will be some kind of use of the emergency alert system to explain factors tied to this disputed election. TV and radio networks will be required to air programming tied to this alert, or else face loss of their Federal Communications Commission licenses.
- There will be an Election Fraud Commission formed and there probably will be multiple individuals, from varying political parties, chairing the commission. One of them will likely be Cynthia McKinney, who is a six-term former U.S. Congresswoman, a Democrat from Georgia, who ran as the Green Party’s Presidential hopeful in 2016.