Virginia GOP candidate for governor says 'Trump should declare martial law' in election fight

Virginia GOP candidate for governor says 'Trump should
declare martial law' in election fight 1

Virginia gubernatorial candidate and Republican state Sen.
Amanda Chase says President Donald Trump “should declare martial
law” as his challenge continues in the wake of the Electoral
College officially voting to affirm Joe Biden as

What are the details?

In a Facebook
reacting to the news of Biden’s electoral victory, Chase
wrote, in part:

“Not my President and never will be. The American people aren’t
fools. We know you cheated to win and we’ll never accept these
results. Fair elections we can accept but cheating to win; never.
It’s not over yet. So thankful President Trump has a backbone and
refuses to concede. President Trump should declare martial law as
recommended by General Flynn.”

On Dec. 1, former national security adviser Gen. Michael Flynn
— who was recently
by Trump — tweeted an apparent endorsement of a

news release
from the We The People Convention, which

“Tom Zawistowski, President of the TEA Party affiliated
We the People Convention (WTPC) and Executive Director of the
Portage County TEA Party, published a full page ad in the
Washington Times newspaper demanding that President Trump Invoke
limited Martial law in order to allow the U.S. Military to oversee
a new free and fair federal election if Legislators, Courts and the
Congress do not follow the Constitution.”

#WeThePeople @SidneyPowell1 @LLinWood @DanScavino @LouDobbs
@MariaBartiromo @marklevinshow @lofly727 Free…

— General Flynn (@General Flynn)1606865428.0

The Washington Post

In an interview Tuesday, Chase said she was holding out
hope that Trump somehow would be declared the winner when the
electoral college ballots are formally counted during a joint
session of Congress on Jan. 6 — an all-but-impossible outcome,
especially as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on
Tuesday publicly acknowledged Biden’s victory for the first time
since the election. Barring that extremely unlikely turn of events,
Chase thinks martial law is in order.

Under martial law, she said, troops would “go and seize these
[voting] machines and voting equipment to find the voter fraud.
There needs to be a national audit.”

What else?

Del. Kirk Cox, Chase’s GOP primary rival in the governor’s race,
condemned her message, saying in a written statement, “Senator
Chase’s suggestion that martial law be imposed is absurd and

The retired teacher continued, “I taught government for 30 years
and have great respect for our constitutional republic. Per that
system and the Electoral College vote yesterday, Joe Biden will be
the next President.”

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