When all is said and done, and the chaos has subsided, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in for his second term as the 19th President of the United States. Hold on, now. He was inaugurated as our 45th President in January 2016, so wouldn’t he be sworn in as POTUS 45 once again?
Not according to an analysis by writer David Robinson in the American Patriots Email Report. If all goes according to plan, Robinson writes, Trump will be sworn in for his second term as our 19th POTUS on March 4, not Jan. 20, because the United States of America has not functioned or been operational as a nation for 150 years, thanks to the Act of 1871, when it became a corporation owned by the city of London. In fact, every time you see an American flag with gold fringe and tassels attached to it, this represents the corporation, not the country.
Preston explains that if fake President-elect Joe Biden, VP-elect Kamala Harris, VP Mike Pence and Speaker Nancy Pelosi are arrested for their crimes, there will be no one to assume the Presidency. And since Trump was not certified the winner of the Nov. 3 election by Congress, he cannot remain President. In this scenario, with no President, the corporation known as the United States of America will be dissolved and the military will become guardians of the nation. When an ensuing probe reveals that there was massive fraud surrounding the election and that Trump actually won in a landslide, he will be sworn in as the 19th POTUS, following our 18th Commander in Chief, Ulysses S. Grant, the last President elected before the U.S. became a corporation. Here’s more with Martin Brodel.