REDPILLED January 16, 2021 Leave a Comment on UPDATE: IT’S CONFIRMED! USMC DEPLOYED TO DC! Sources in the US Marine Corps Confirm that President Trump Deployed Them to DC Following Martial Law Meeting With Mike Lindell! (VIDEO EVIDENCE)
Earlier today, we reported that following President Trump’s explosive interview with MyPillow CEO and founder Mike Lindell concerning Martial Law and the Insurrection Act, he deployed the US Marine Corps to Washington, DC in direct opposition to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser.
Late yesterday, Washington Post reporter Jabin Botsford broke the news on Twitter that MyPillow CEO and founder Mike Lindell met … Continue reading BREAKING: President Trump Deploys US Marine Corps to DC Right After Reports Indicate He is Considering Martial Law — USMC Twitter Goes Dark! (DC UNDER TOTAL LOCKDOWN)
This breaking bombshell exclusively reported by REDPILLED Media is currently sending shockwaves throughout Washington and across the United States.
In addition to photographic and reported evidence, REDPILLED Media has now obtained evidence from members within the USMC confirming what we first reported: The military is being mobilized to Washington, DC in a strong show of allegiance to our rightful president, Donald Trump, and against the wishes of every establishment politician current holding national office.
From our previous reporting:
Late yesterday, Washington Post reporter Jabin Botsford broke the news on Twitter that MyPillow CEO and founder Mike Lindell met with President Trump at the White House to discuss plans for Martial Law.
The media was on edge all day about it.
@MyPillowUSA CEO Michael Lindell shows off his notes before going into the West Wing at the White House on Friday, Jan 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. pic.twitter.com/AY6AyJNSyE
— Jabin Botsford (@jabinbotsford) January 15, 2021
Right below the call for martial law in his notes, there is a mysterious two-line long blacked out section.
No one knows what it’s about.
Hours after Mike Lindell left the White House, Trump supporters on social media reported seeing US Marine Corps helicopters over the area and landing near the White House.
This proves that the military is till behind President Trump even if some around the president are actively sabotaging him.
So who called in the Marines?
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has said unequivocally that she does not want any federal law enforcement entering the city for the inauguration, and that she demands to be consulted before any troops are deployed.
This clearly didn’t happen.
An outlet called ‘Real Raw News’ ran an unverified claim positing that the Marine Corps rebuked Nancy Pelosi’s orders to stand down.
Snopes quickly reported that Pelosi’s office never made such a demand.
So neither the mayor of DC nor the US Congress called in the US Marine Corps.
That leaves one man left.
Now it’s beginning to make sense why virtually every single street in Washington DC is completely shut down.
Something big is about to happen.
And now it makes sense why the usually prolific USMC Twitter account hasn’t tweeted for weeks and has gone completely dark.
Reports and photographic evidence are coming in from sources on the ground confirming President Trump’s imminent deployment of the USMC to the streets of Washington, DC.
The intel source even posted a package of DoD beef patties, along with equipment, ammunition, and backup.
This is the real deal.
We even have video evidence of multiple US Military Osprey aircraft flying into Washington, DC!
Get ready for a wild ride.
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I cry for happy for the world! This new path that we have been shown by the President of the United States Donald J. Trump, is a path we must hold hard and fast to because it’s the righteous one! Peace is attainable, even in our time! Never stop praying for #PEACE
The work of this administration must NEVER go to waste because the only ones who will lose are future Americans as well as humanity. Teach your children well! Never stop praying for #Peace
America is and will remain a bastion of hope, freedom, with an unwavering commitment to remain one nation under God, to be humble but stand forever fervent in our Creator’s light, for ALL living things.
Last month, the deadly shooting at a Pensacola, Florida Naval Air Station called attention to the Saudi servicemen training at US military installations. Several Saudi trainees at the Pensacola base were confined to their quarters after the shooting. The FBI began an investigation into the tragedy as a possible terror attack. The Pentagon also initiated a review of all 850 Saudi military trainees in the US.
According to CNN, about one dozen Saudi trainees will be expelled from the US after the review. The expelled Saudi trainees aren’t accused of assisting the Saudi Air Force second lieutenant who killed three American sailors. CNN sources say some of the Saudis have connections to extremist movements.
A spokesman for the Department of Defense Lt. Col. Robert Carver:
“In the wake of the Pensacola tragedy, the Department of Defense restricted to classroom training programs foreign military students from Saudi Arabia while we conducted a review and enhancement of our foreign student vetting procedures. That training pause is still in place while we implement new screening and security measures.”
THE PREVIOUS REPORT ON THE DECEMBER SHOOTING:
Yesterday, at 6:30 am CT, an attack took place on the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida.
The shooter who opened fire, killing three people and injuring several others, has been identified as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani.
The AP reported that the Florida Naval station shooting suspect was an aviation officer in the Saudi Air Force, U.S. officials said Friday, as the FBI and other authorities began investigating the incident to determine if it was terrorism-related.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation, said the suspect was a second lieutenant attending the aviation school at the base. Military from around the globe attends the Naval Air Station in Pensacola for flight training.
The shooter was killed after local Escambia County Police Officers responded. Two heroic police officers were shot during their attempt to stop the shooter but are expected to recover.
BREAKING: Rep. Matt Gaetz just announced to ABC News: “This was not a murder. This was an act of terror.”
This was not a murder. This was an act of terrorism. pic.twitter.com/AJfTQOOE68
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) December 6, 2019
The style of the #Pensacolashooting doesn’t necessarily resemble one group over another. However, given that ISIS has very little to lose at this point, it wouldn’t be surprising if it claimed the attack, regardless of the attacker’s potential allegiances.
BREAKING: Tweet by #Pensacola attacker Alshamrani suggests terrorist motive. Does not claim allegiance to any group, but echos Bin Laden: “The security is a shared destiny…You will not be safe until we live it as reality in [Palestine], and American troops get out of our land.”
BREAKING: Tweet by #Pensacola attacker Alshamrani suggests terrorist motive. Does not claim allegiance to any group, but echos Bin Laden: “The security is a shared destiny…You will not be safe until we live it as reality in [Palestine], and American troops get out of our land.” pic.twitter.com/KALH4PXYKy
— Rita Katz (@Rita_Katz) December 7, 2019
The Gateway Pundit reports – According to Laura Ingraham, three Saudi nationals were filming the terrorist attack today at the Pensacola base.
Six Saudi nationals were arrested following the terrorist attack.
by Matt Palumbo Posted: February 5, 2020
It’s another month, another blowout jobs report, and this one comes to start out the year.
As CNBC reports, the economy kicked off 2020 in grand fashion, adding 291,000 in private payrolls for the best monthly gain since May 2015, according to a report Wednesday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.
That was well above the 150,000 estimate from economists surveyed by Dow Jones The total also was a sharp gain from the 199,000 in December.
Some critics argue that there is a “luck” factor in January due to weather. Leisure and hospitality and construction are both weather-sensitive and got boosts from the higher than normal temperatures and low precipitation. Taking that into effect, economist Mark Zandi said the underlying trend for monthly job gains is about half of the January report, or around 150,000, still enough to maintain the unemployment rate. In other words, even assuming Zandi is 100% correct, the addition in jobs would’ve still been enough to maintain the lowest unemployment rate since 1969.
From a size standpoint, the expansion was concentrated in businesses that have 50 to 499 employees, with growth of 128,000. Small companies added 94,000 while large industries grew by 69,000.
That’s not bad news to start out a day for President Trump that will be concluded with his acquittal in the Senate.
The unemployment rate is already below what the Federal Reserve defines as “full employment.” As such, most new jobs are coming from outside of the labor force. According to HiringLab: Workers who are outside the labor force have been the majority of people moving into jobs since the Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking these flows. For example, recent graduates entering the job market and caretakers returning to paid work skip unemployment and move right into employment. What’s notable is how high this share of flows into employment has gotten. At the peaks of the economic expansions in 2000 and 2007, the share of flows into employment from outside the labor force only briefly got close to 70%. As of November 2019, it has moved all the way up to 74.3%.
The labor force participation rate stood at 63.2% as of December (data isn’t available for January as of writing), and there is still room for growth. The economy headed into the 2008-09 financial crisis with 66% participation, and peaked in the 2000s at just over 67%. America’s unemployment rate is currently so low that it would have to nearly double to be on par with the European average.
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Each year for the past 28 years, two women have shared the spotlight as honorees at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Women of Distinction awards luncheon.
This year, that spotlight will be on only one.
PBAU has announced that first lady Melania Trump is its 2020 Woman of Distinction. She will be the sole honoree at the luncheon, which honors women who have made significant contributions to the community…
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Qatar is one of a few countries in the region that maintains a close relationship with Washington and Tehran.
On Sunday, Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani met Iranian president.
Iran on Sunday hinted de-escalation of tensions with the United States which were triggered nearly two weeks ago when top commander Qasem Soleimani was killed in a drone strike by Washington in Iraq.
On Sunday, Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani said that both countries agreed de-escalation is the “only solution” to the ongoing crisis after he met Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani in his visit to Iran.
(Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani (L) and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani | Photo Credit: AFP)
“This visit comes at a critical time in the region,” Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani said.
“We agreed… that the only solution to these crises is de-escalation from everyone and dialogue.”
Rouhani said: “We’ve decided to have more consultations and cooperation for the security of the entire region.”
(A woman shouts slogans as she gathers with people to show their sympathy to the victims of the crash of the Boeing 737-800 plane, flight PS 752, in Tehran, Iran | Photo Credit: Reuters)
Earlier today, Trump tweeted that US NSA suggested that “sanctions & protests have Iran choked off,” and will force the country to “negotiate”.
“Will be totally up to them but, no nuclear weapons and “don’t kill your protesters,” the tweet added.
National Security Adviser suggested today that sanctions & protests have Iran “choked off”, will force them to negotiate. Actually, I couldn’t care less if they negotiate. Will be totally up to them but, no nuclear weapons and “don’t kill your protesters.”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2020
The protests began on Saturday in Iran after Rouhani admitted that “human error” brought down the Boeing 737, which killed 176 people.
Hundreds of students also shouted “death to liars” at a memorial at Tehran’s Amir Kabir University on Saturday. Some protests in the Islamic Republic also demanded the resignation of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
On Sunday, heightened tensions were observed once again after security was beefed up near the iconic Azadi Square south of the centre in Tehran.
Riot police were deployed in Amir Kabir, Sharif and Tehran universities and Enqelab Square in the Iranian capital.
Earlier, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said that “Canada and the world still have many questions, questions that must be answered”. Trudeau also said it is necessary for Canada to participate in the investigation of the crashed aircraft in which 57 Canadians were killed.
Ukraine demanded that guilty of those responsible in the crash be brought to justice and asked for the payment of compensation to the victims’ family.
Nigel Farage is coming to Washington.
The arrival is a victory lap of sorts for the divisive British populist, who helped lead his country out of the European Union after years and turmoil and delay. Farage — who has become a cult figure among some American conservatives — says he had turned down multiple offers to relocate to the US to work as a radio host.
The British vote to leave the EU came just months before Trump’s upset triumph over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election and the pair are known to be chummy.
“Most of my interactions with Trump you never hear about,” he told the paper “He likes me because I don’t blab.”
From the outset, the ploy of Pelosi withholding the House impeachment articles was as implausible as it was hypocritical. There was no reason why Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would make concessions to get an impeachment that he loathed. More importantly, just a couple of days earlier, House leaders insisted that some of us were wrong to encourage them to wait on an impeachment vote to create a more complete record. Pelosi previously insisted that House committees could not pursue direct witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton because there was no time to delay in getting this impeachment to the Senate. She then waited a month and counting to send the articles over to the Senate.
The delay now seems largely driven by a desire to preserve the image of Pelosi as a master strategist despite a blunder of the first order. Senator Dianne Feinstein expressed the frustration of many members in saying, “The longer it goes on, the less urgent it becomes. So if it is serious and urgent, send them over. If it is not, do not send it over.” But she and other members were quickly pressured to “correct” their earlier statements by stating the exact opposite and praising the brilliant strategy of Pelosi.
Perhaps the most pathetic change was House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith, who correctly stated, “At the end of the day, just like we control it in the House, Mitch McConnell controls it in the Senate. It does not look like that is going to happen. I think it is time to send the impeachment to the Senate and let Mitch McConnell be responsible for the fairness of the trial. He ultimately is.” It took just a few hours for Pelosi to get Smith to say that he “misspoke” and praise her inspired strategy.
Now what started as a demand to guarantee Senate witnesses has been downgraded to a demand to “know the rules” while waiting for the Senate to take a vote that it indicated weeks ago. In the alternative, sympathetic media figures insisted that Pelosi succeeded in “forcing a discussion” of Senate witnesses despite the fact that we had the same discussion in the trial of Bill Clinton without the House deciding to withhold the articles.
The fact is that Pelosi played into the hands of McConnell by first rushing this impeachment forward with an incomplete record and now giving him the excuse to summarily change the rules, or even to dismiss the articles. Waiting for the House to submit a list of managers was always a courtesy extended by Senate rules and not a requirement of the Constitution. By inappropriately withholding the articles of impeachment and breaking with tradition, Pelosi simply gave McConnell ample reason to exercise the “nuclear option” and change the rules on both majority voting as well as the rule for the start of trials. That is a high price to pay for her vanity.
It could get even worse for the House case. I previously discussed that the Senate had an excuse to simply declare that a trial will start next week and either the House will appear with a team of managers or the case will be summarily dismissed. McConnell is now moving toward a summary vote in the Senate, in light of the House failing to comply with its own procedural obligations. That is what happens when prosecutors defy a court and fail to appear for a trial. It is known as “dismissal for want of prosecution.”
The Senate also is faced with two threshold problems that could create lasting damage to this process. First, the obstruction of Congress count, as I previously discussed, raises a troubling position that a president can be impeached for going to the courts rather than turning over evidence, even when the House set a ridiculously brief period for an investigation. The Senate could summarily reject that article as making the request for judicial review into a high crime and misdemeanor while allowing little time for deliberation. Second, if the Senate agrees to the Democratic demand for witnesses, it invites future rush impeachments where the House sends woefully incomplete and inadequate cases and demands witnesses it never bothered to subpoena, let alone compel to appear.
The Senate is, therefore, caught in a tough position of enabling the House in such slipshod impeachments or refusing to hear witnesses who, unlike the witnesses called by the House, could have direct evidence to share on the allegations. One possibility is that, as in a real court, the Senate could allow witnesses but give the House a set trial schedule. If the House wants to belatedly go to court to try to enforce a subpoena, the Senate will hear the testimony of witnesses like Bolton when that expedited litigation is complete. However, it will not extend the trial schedule of the Senate.
Trials will usually last a fraction of the time of an investigation, but few investigations are as hurried or heedless as the House investigation was. The House wasted four months after the whistleblower complaint without issuing a subpoena to Bolton or Rudy Giuliani or others. Had it sought to compel such subpoenas, it would have had rulings from the courts by now. Indeed, it took only three months for the appeal over the Watergate tapes to be ruled on by the Supreme Court in the case of Richard Nixon.
The Senate could set a generous period for the trial of three weeks. That is in addition to the four weeks the House wasted on the poorly conceived ploy by Pelosi. If the House is ready to present these witnesses, they can be heard. But if those witnesses are not ready to testify due to ongoing litigation, they will not be called and the Senate will proceed to its verdict. In that way, future Houses are now on notice that it is in their interest to complete their records before sending an impeachment to the Senate.
It would send a message for future impeachments, as the author Herman Wouk wrote, “Remember this, if you can. There is nothing more precious than time. You probably feel you have a measureless supply of it, but you have not. Wasted hours destroy your life just as surely at the beginning as at the end, only in the end it becomes more obvious.” It is now obvious.
Jonathan Turley is the Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law for George Washington University and served as the last lead counsel during a Senate impeachment trial. He testified as a witness expert in the House Judiciary Committee hearing during the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.