President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he’s cutting his Christmas vacation short and heading back to the office. His guests for the New Year’s Eve gala are disappointed but understand that the gravity of the situation in Washington demands the president’s full attention.
Trump returns to White House
Millions of Americans are convinced that the fate of our nation hangs in the balance of what happens in the next 3 weeks. President Trump won the election but Democrats are still trying to pull off the heist of the century.
Democrats are trying to steal an entire government right in front of everyone, like some David Copperfield now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t-illusion. Only this isn’t just for fun. The consequences are deadly serious.
The one year anniversary of the assassination of Iran’s top terrorist is coming up and chatter indicates that the Ayatollah might be up to something sneaky but that’s only one of the reasons that Trump needs to be in the White House. Millions of patriots are expected to flock to our nation’s capitol in a show of support for their Commander in Chief.
After spending an anxious Christmas in Florida with First Lady Melania, at his sprawling Mar-a-Lago estate, in West Palm Beach, President Trump decided to return to Washington a few days earlier than previously planned.
New Year’s Eve in the Oval Office
The press corps made the announcement Wednesday that Trump would not be attending the typically lavish New Year’s Eve party at Mar-a-Lago.
Instead he’s scheduled to leave Florida at 11 a.m. and will ring in the New Year from the White House. Along with the need to be on hand if the Ayatollah might require a slap down, the president is preparing for a brewing showdown on Capitol Hill this coming Wednesday, January 6. A date destined to be recorded in history.
The president’s legal team is still working around the clock to litigate the election fraud but everyone’s eyes are on Congress. On January 6, Congress will hold a special session to certify the election.
What is normally a routine ceremony will take on new meaning this time. President Trump has “yuge” hope that they will do the right and proper thing by upholding America’s constitution.
Trump and First Lady leaving Mar-a-Lago a day early — heading back to the White House tomorrow at 11a, missing the New Year’s Eve party that hundreds bought tickets for.
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) December 31, 2020
This session could declare the results of seven key states invalid, in light of all the solid evidence which has been presented. The move requires one House member and one Senator to object to the certification process, then they can fight it out for a few hours.
Senator Josh Hawley boldly stood up to the Deep State corruption and declared on the record that he can’t wait to object on Wednesday. Americans are watching all of the lawmakers closely and taking notes on how they vote.
Just a gesture?
Americans on both sides of the aisle are watching the news closely and standing proudly behind President Trump. As part of his announcement that he was returning to Washington, he made a controversial hand gesture which patriots are taking as a sign of encouragement.
Back when America was still great, connecting the thumb and forefinger in a circle and holding the other fingers straight “?” was the signal for the word “okay.”
Now the gesture is classified by the Anti-Defamation League as hate speech along with “Pepe the Frog.”
Patriots quickly embraced the gesture, flashing it every chance they get, in an attempt to annoy liberals. President Trump may have been sending his deplorable followers a symbol of hope. Then again, it might have just been a hand gesture. We’ll find out for sure, one way or the other, soon enough.