President Donald J. Trump on Sunday said he would swiftly return to power after learning that the U.S. military was nearing completion on a comprehensive investigation into the illegitimacy of the 2020 presidential election, a probe which–absurd as it sounds—began back on November 3.

On Sunday afternoon, Trump and his most trustworthy advisors convened a clandestine meeting at his Mar-a-Lago command center, a makeshift bunker and digital metropolis from where the businessman-turned-president has been working alongside military adjuncts to either prove or disprove claims of election fraud. As reported by RRN earlier this year, the military had taken notice of election irregularities during the late-night hours of November 3, as Trump’s commanding lead in battleground states seemed to magically evaporate at 3:00 a.m., after polling stations across the country had closed and it was assumed tallying would resume the following morning.

“Votes for Trump disappeared, and votes for Biden appeared from nowhere. We found this highly irregular and highly suspicious, but we had no authority at that time to act on it,” Command Sergeant Major William M. Rinehart of the U.S. Army’s Intelligence and Security Command told Real Raw News.

He added, “INSCOM has monitored presidential elections for a long time. I can’t reveal exactly when we began. Typically, we track and that’s all; we have no power to refute or invalidate results except under special circumstances, meaning there is clear and present evidence of election fraud, and the sitting president activates the Insurrection Act of 1807, which grants the U.S. military agency to supersede civilian authority.”

Trump Vows “Swift Return” as Military Completes Election Fraud Investigation

Trump Vows “Swift Return” as Military Completes Election Fraud Investigation

President Donald J. Trump on Sunday said he would swiftly return to power after learning that the U.S. military was nearing completion on a comprehensive investigation into the illegitimacy of the 2020 presidential election, a probe which–absurd as it sounds—began back on November 3.

On Sunday afternoon, Trump and his most trustworthy advisors convened a clandestine meeting at his Mar-a-Lago command center, a makeshift bunker and digital metropolis from where the businessman-turned-president has been working alongside military adjuncts to either prove or disprove claims of election fraud. As reported by RRN earlier this year, the military had taken notice of election irregularities during the late-night hours of November 3, as Trump’s commanding lead in battleground states seemed to magically evaporate at 3:00 a.m., after polling stations across the country had closed and it was assumed tallying would resume the following morning.

“Votes for Trump disappeared, and votes for Biden appeared from nowhere. We found this highly irregular and highly suspicious, but we had no authority at that time to act on it,” Command Sergeant Major William M. Rinehart of the U.S. Army’s Intelligence and Security Command told Real Raw News.

He added, “INSCOM has monitored presidential elections for a long time. I can’t reveal exactly when we began. Typically, we track and that’s all; we have no power to refute or invalidate results except under special circumstances, meaning there is clear and present evidence of election fraud, and the sitting president activates the Insurrection Act of 1807, which grants the U.S. military agency to supersede civilian authority.”

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