In a shocking turn of events, Jan Halper-Hayes, a prominent member of the Task Force at the Department of Defense, has made startling claims about former President Donald Trump’s potential response to recent criminal charges. According to Halper-Hayes, the legal misstep taken by authorities may have inadvertently given Trump the power to subpoena critical evidence and open a Pandora’s box of revelations surrounding the 2020 election.
Halper-Hayes begins by expressing her belief that the charges against Trump may not be as ironclad as some anticipated. “They’ve made a HUGE mistake with this one,” she asserts. While they might have intended to go after Trump for treason or sedition, the decision to bring criminal charges has provided him with due process, empowering him to call upon witnesses and evidence in his defense.
Listen carefully: Trump is about to play an ace card. I don't think the two interviewing Jan Halper-Hayes understand the clever manoeuvring of the Trump team.— Jim Ferguson (@JimFergusonUK) August 4, 2023
He can subpoena and call witnesses. Its all about to all come out. "Trump has got the goods" He has the evidence of it… pic.twitter.com/faFpJn8p9A
The conversation then takes an unexpected turn as Halper-Hayes delves into the contested 2020 election. She acknowledges President Joe Biden as the legitimate president but drops a bombshell, stating that he presides over what she refers to as the “BANKRUPT US CORPORATION.” This, she claims, traces back to a treaty in 1871 and an Executive Order, numbered EO 13848, which Trump issued on September 12, 2018. That executive order foresaw potential foreign or domestic interference in future elections, specifically targeting the 2020 election.
Amid the speculative tone, Halper-Hayes raises eyebrows with her insinuation that Trump had foreknowledge of certain events that transpired during the 2020 election. She asks, “How did he know some of these things were going to happen?” and suggests that this has opened the door for Trump to present his case.
The focus then shifts to the Department of Defense and its Space Force. Halper-Hayes passionately defends their capabilities, stating, “if you think that they don’t have the actual real results from the election, then you’re fooling yourself.” According to her, these entities possess information akin to what Edward Snowden had and are privy to the genuine election results.
Halper-Hayes also touches on the numerous court cases that emerged following the election. Contrary to media reports, she claims that there were 60 court cases, not 60,000, and that 57 of them were never heard due to lack of standing. She asserts that Trump won two of the three cases that were heard.
In her closing statements, Halper-Hayes reveals her role on a task force at the Department of Defense and her knowledge of the “goods.” Trump’s decision not to present evidence early on, she claims, was a strategic move to prevent potential civil unrest and allow the public to comprehend the gravity of the situation.
While the veracity of these claims remains to be substantiated, Halper-Hayes’ words have sparked intense interest and speculation. As the political landscape continues to shift, the nation awaits with bated breath to see what this newfound “subpoena power” might reveal and how it could potentially impact the post-2020 election discourse.
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