Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Tuesday, March 21, 2023

    President Trump Declares Riots ‘Act of Terrorism:’ Deploys Military to Protect the United States

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    PRESIDENT Donald Trump declared he will take action against all rioters by deploying the United States Military to all regions that fail to protect its citizens, Your Content is first to report.

    “First we are ending the riots and lawlessness that has spread throughout our country. We will end it now. Today I have strongly recommended to every Governor to deploy the National Guard in sufficient numbers that we dominate the streets,” President Trump declared.

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    “If a city or state fails to take action I will deploy the United States Military and quickly solve the problem for them.”

    “I swore an Oath to uphold the laws of our nation. All Americans were rightly sickened and revolted by the brutal death of George Floyd. My administration is fully committed that for George and his family Justice will be served he cannot have died in vein”

    President Trump continued: “We cannot allow peaceful protesters to be drowned out by an angry mob. I am your President of law and order and an allies of all peaceful protesters.

    “But in recent days our nation has been gripped by lawlessness, looters, Antifa, rioters, and others. A number of state and local governments have failed to take proper safeguards to protect its citizens. Like the young man in Texas who was left dying in the street, or a woman viciously attack in New York by vicious thugs. New York’s finest have been hit in the face with bricks. Brave nurse who are battling the virus are afraid to leave their home.”

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    As Your Content readers know, Minneapolis killer cop Derek Chauvin was arrested and charged for the execution of George Floyd.

    What’s more, days before Chauvin’s arrest, President Trump instructed Attorney General Barr to take quick, swift and immediate action to end the lawlessness.

    “This goes all the way up to Washington,” said the individual briefed on the investigation into George Floyd’s death, who spoke to Your Content on condition of anonymity.

    “Barr, at Trump’s recommendation, has asked the US Attorney’s Office’s elite team in Minneapolis on standby and ordered them to expedite the investigation as a matter of national security.”

    “The President seems adamant on ending the threat against law enforcement for good by bringing everyone responsible to justice.”

    The source said officials at the federal level are fed up with the racial discourse and ‘brotherhood of secrecy’ that initially slowed the investigation down.

    “One officer is behaving very oddly. Anyone who invokes the Fifth Amendment is likely to get charged. Several officers have been playing the Minneapolis Police Department for years.”

    Your Content exclusively reported that President Trump had been briefed on the massive fire at the police department Thursday night, hinting he’d be sending ‘the cavalry’ in to assist.

    “There’s been one delay after another – and the hammer is about to fall. The president is playing this somewhat close to the vest.”

    “Washington said the officers’ savagery must be met with a commensurate response. A memo circulated noted: ‘Ferguson. History repeats itself and history is on our side in this fight!’”

    “Barr was told to ‘take charge, take action and indict immediately,’” the insider continued. “Arrests are coming. It’s a matter of time. And the clock never ticked faster.”

    On Thursday, multiple law enforcement sources exclusively told Your Content that charges should be expected within the next 96 hours.

    “There will be at least two arrests within the next 96 hours,” the insider said. “There is a 100 percent chance that two of the officers will be charged in that time-frame.”

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