Lin Wood, an attorney, based in Georgia, is calling on President Trump to order a new election after declaring “martial law.” He called out to Trump to “declare martial law” in a tweet on Monday.
His post contained the press release from the group called We The People Foundation, which basically made the same recommendation as he did.
The press release reads that the Ad “compares the Extraordinary Executive actions implemented by President Abraham Lincoln in his efforts to save the Union during the Civil War and the literal civil war that is dividing our nation today.”
“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 to have the military implement a national re-vote that reflects the true will of the people,” the press release reads.
According to the press release, the recommendations after the limited Martial Law is declared would be “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.”
As Zawistowski said, “We wanted to express our concerns to the President, to the legislators, courts, and Congress that We the People will NOT cede our exclusive Constitutional right to elect our Representatives to judges, lawyers, courts, Governors, Secretary’s of State, Congress, corrupt election officials and local politicians, the corrupt media – or Leftist threats of violence! It is OUR EXCLUSIVE RIGHT to elect our President. That sacred right has been infringed by the massive, planned, illegal election fraud conducted by corrupt Democrat/Socialist Party operatives across our nation to steal our vote. We will NOT stand for it.”