Invoking The Insurrection Act
“Don’t be fooled by the media’s claim of ‘mostly peaceful’ protests. This is an insurrection, and it needs to end,” Fitton stated in last week’s Weekly Update.
The unabating insurrections across America’s cities are doing little to reassure Americans of a secure election day this year, according to Fitton. As the Judicial Watch President explains, “I’m concerned that the violence will seep into election day.… the president has to step in if the governors refuse to end the violence.”
The insurrectionist-led attacks on innocent Americans in our cities, starting with Washington, D.C. – have shown that the “violence is deadly, the violence is real.” The mob-like attacks, such as those on guests of the president’s White House RNC Convention Speech have highlighted how District residents “can’t trust the left wing politicians running the DC Police,” which in Fitton’s words, did little to contain or stop the violent extremists surrounding the White House complex two weeks ago. Just weeks before the RNC Convention, when the threat of insurrectionists forced the president into his bunker, Fitton argues that absent the “the president intervening to call in authorities, who knows, they could have lost the city!”
All of this serves to highlight what Fitton describes as a growing danger to our Republic. “It is not safe if politicians are not going to confront and disrupt the leftist insurrectionists trying to overthrown our Republic.” The president, as Fitton explains, “could be all that stands between the rule of law and the end of the Constitutional Republic.” Moreover, he states “the president should be encouraged to invoke the Insurrection Act in Portland and Seattle – and federalize the DC police.”
“This is deadly serious, and we have to think about how it is we protect the Republic under law… don’t be fooled by the media’s claim of ‘mostly peaceful’ protests. This is an insurrection, and it needs to end.”
If you’re concerned about your security on election day, contact your local officials and/or representatives today, and encourage them to end the violence now!