Michael Flynn Tweets Petition Calling For Martial Law, National Re-Vote

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Former national security adviser Michael Flynn tweeted out a link to a petition calling for martial law and a re-vote of the 2020 election on Tuesday.

“Limited Martial Law is clearly a better option than Civil War!” The We The People Convention ad promoting the petition claims.

“Freedom never kneels except for God,” Flynn tweeted above the link.

 

The We The People Convention is a non-profit organization out of Ohio. The organization's website asks people to sign the petition to “save the Union.”

Without full confidence that our courts or Congress will indeed follow the 12th Amendment of the Constitution and defend our electoral process, the ad calls upon President Trump, like Lincoln, to exercise the Extraordinary Powers of his office and declare limited Martial Law to temporarily suspend the Constitution and civilian control of these federal elections in order to have the military implement a national re-vote that reflects the true will of the people. Federal candidates only. Paper ballots. No computers. Hand-counted with both parties watching every vote. Only registered voters. Photo ID to prove residence. Conducted safely with everyone wearing masks and six feet apart, just like we did in Ohio.

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