President Trump’s 2018 Executive Order On Election Interference – Was It Created For Elections Such As 2020?
Many people are pointing to President Donald Trump’s 2018 executive order on election interference as some sort of magic bullet for dealing with election fraud in the united States. That may well be the case.
First, Mike Adams at Natural News writes:
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This story begins with the little-known executive order signed into existence on September 12, 2018, by President Donald J. Trump. That order, available at Whitehouse.gov, is entitled, “Executive Order on Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election.”
In that executive order, which almost no one has covered since the day it was signed, President Trump declares a national emergency. That emergency is still in play to this day, and the 2020 election was conducted under this state of emergency, which is a crucial point to understand what’s coming next.
“Unauthorized accessing of election infrastructure”
In the EO, the President also states that people and organizations located, in part, outside the United States are known to be able to, “interfere in or undermine public confidence in United States elections, including through the unauthorized accessing of election and campaign infrastructure or the covert distribution of propaganda and disinformation.”
If you’re starting to see how this ties in to CNN, the NY Times, the Washington Post and MSNBC, you’re not alone. All those organizations, as you’ll soon see, have been caught under this emergency declaration of “foreign interference” in U.S. elections, aided by complicit corporations on U.S. soil.
The EO further states that this foreign interference in U.S. elections, “constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States.”
Why is this relevant to anything we’re seeing right now with the massive election fraud carried out by the Democrats and the deep state? Because Dominion Voting Systems is a Canadian company. And Scytl is run out of Spain.
That’s right. Dominion is a foreign-owned company, which makes Dominion-based election theft a “foreign interference issue.”
Scytl, by the way, is connected to George Soros and the Democrats, and according to TGP (see below), “Bill Gates also own stock in Scytl.”
Others are pointing to this as well, including Trump’s own attorney.
Did you know a foreign company,DOMINION,was counting our vote in Michigan, Arizona and Georgia and other states.
But it was a front for SMARTMATIC, who was really doing the computing.
Look up SMARTMATIC and tweet me what you think?
It will all come out.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) November 14, 2020
• Dominion is a foreign company.
• Trump signed EO 9/12/18 forbidding foreign election interference.
• 30 States’ votes were counted in Spain and Germany.
• DNI, SOS, SOD, AG and SOT per EO are to determine whether a person(s), outside the US interfered in US election. pic.twitter.com/dIFeAdC3yI
— I’m Your Huckleberry (@RossFairchild) November 18, 2020
Yet, it appears that another Us company with ties to Israel Intelligence has been involved in our elections too, which no one is calling out but investigative journalist Whitney Webb, who has written several articles on Cybereason, which is a tech firm with ties to Israeli Intelligence.
- Cybereason: Why A Shadowy Tech Firm With Ties To Israeli Intelligence Is Running Doomsday Election Simulations
- How Israeli Spy-Linked Tech Firm Gained Access to US Government’s Most Classified Networks
- Election Special: Pre-Planned 2020 Election Chaos and the “New 9/11”
- Meet The Israeli Intelligence-Linked Firm Using AI To Profile Americans & Guide US Lockdown Policy
- How Government & Media Are Prepping America for a Failed 2020 Election
Much of the rhetoric since the last presidential election in 2016 has focused on the issue of foreign meddling by U.S. rival states like Russia, while China has emerged as the new “meddler” of choice in American corporate media as the 2020 election approaches. Though time has revealed that many of the post-2016 election meddling claims were not as significant as initially claimed, the constant media discussion of foreign threats to U.S. democracy and electoral processes – whether real or imagined – has undeniably created a climate of fear.
Those fears have since been preyed upon by neoconservative groups and the U.S. military-industrial complex, both of which are hardly known for their love of democratic processes, to offer a series of ready-made solutions to these threats that actually undermine key pillars of American democracy, including independent reporting and voting machine software.
However, many of the very same media outlets and groups that frequently fretted about Russia, China or another rival state meddling in U.S. democracy have largely ignored the role of other nation states, such as Israel, in efforts to sway the last U.S. election in 2016 and meddle in numerous elections in Africa, Latin America and Asia in the years since.
As a consequence of this climate of fear, it should be hardly surprising that the corporate media lauded the recent 2020 election simulation that ended in an abysmal failure for U.S. officials, the cancellation of the U.S. election and the imposition of martial law. Yet, none of those reports on the exercise noted that the company that hosted the simulation, called Cybereason, is led by ex-members of Israel’s military intelligence unit 8200, advised by former top and current officials in both Israeli military intelligence and the CIA. In addition, it is funded by and partnered with top U.S. weapons manufacturer and government contractor Lockheed Martin and financial institutions with clear and direct ties to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and White House adviser and the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. Also left unmentioned in media reports on Cybereason’s election simulations is the fact that Cybereason’s CEO, Lior Div, has openly admitted that he views his work at Cybereason as a “continuation” of his service to Israel’s intelligence apparatus.
With Cybereason planning to host more simulations in cooperation with federal agencies as the U.S. election inches closer, a deeper exploration of this company, its ties to intelligence and military contractors in the U.S. and Israel and its financial ties to key Trump allies both domestically and abroad warrants further investigation.
Also notable is the fact that Cybereason itself has covertly become a major software provider to the U.S. government and military through its direct partnership with Lockheed Martin, which followed the defense company’s decision to open an office at the Israeli military’s new cyber operations hub in the Negev desert. In examining all of these interlocking pieces, a picture emerges of a potentially sinister motive for Cybereason’s simulations aimed at gauging how U.S. federal officials respond to crisis situations on Election Day.
So, it appears all sorts of “bad actors” have their hands in the cookie jar of the US’ election process and it also appears that we have a myriad of traitors, acting as representatives of the people, who are actually engaged in treason.
The big question now is: Since President Trump is still the president until at least January, unless the alleged voter fraud ends up forcing a recount or overturning the election, will he bring any justice in the matter? Given his track record, I think it’s safe to say that he will not, not in this term and not in a future term, which leaves it up to the people to deal with (Article 1, Section 8, Clause 15).
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media