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Bonkers 7-point plan to re-install Trump as president 'in days, not years' distributed at CPAC

The pamphlet made the rounds at the CPAC which was attended by top Republican leaders, including Donald Trump.

Image source: Left: Twitter/@AndrewSolender Right: Trump (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)
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Right-wing groups are refusing to accept that Donald Trump lost the presidential elections. A pamphlet, claiming he was going to be reinstated within days as president, was distributed among conservatives who convened for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), recently, in Dallas, Texas. It was one of the largest gatherings of conservative people in the country and included top leaders from the Republican party like former President Donald Trump, his son, Donald Trump Jr., and Congresswoman Lauren Boebert among others. Donald Trump has continued pushing conspiracy theories regarding the election and still contests that the election was stolen from him.

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It was the push of such conspiracy theories that led to the insurrection on the Capitol Building on January 6 earlier this year. The pamphlet, shared online, lays out a seven-point plan to put Trump back in the White House in "Days not Years." It targets Nancy Pelosi, Biden, and Harris as it details a plan to reinstate Trump as President. "Pull back the curtain on the horror show that is today's 'Democrat's Party.' Watch Pelosi melt, like the Wicked Witch of the West. See the Black Caucus and other key groups flip, unexpectedly, and watch the tables turn," reads the first point of the 7-point action plan.

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DALLAS, TEXAS - JULY 11: Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC held at the Hilton Anatole on July 11, 2021 in Dallas, Texas. CPAC began in 1974, and is a conference that brings together and hosts conservative organizations, activists, and world leaders in discussing current events and future political agendas. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)

 



 

 

The rest of the points take a similar line, with one point stating that a trusted Conservative elected as Speaker of the House would 'FINALLY reveal suppressed results of existing investigations into election racketeering,' and anoint Trump as the legitimate winner of the 2020 election. The pamphlet also claims that Trump should be elected speaker who then votes to impeach 'impostors' President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. All their actions in power until now are reversed, and Donald Trump 'resumes his rightful place as U.S. President,' declared the pamphlet.

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SARASOTA, FL - JULY 03: People wait for former U.S. President Donald Trump to hold a rally on July 3, 2021 in Sarasota, Florida. Co-sponsored by the Republican Party of Florida, the rally marks Trump's further support of the MAGA agenda and accomplishments of his administration. (Photo by Eva Marie Uzcategui/Getty Images)

 

A website given at the bottom of the pamphlet echoes the QAnon conspiracy theory that a cabal of satanic pedophiles secretly controls the U.S. government. The contents of the website claim that Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., John F. Kennedy Jr., and a white virgin named Mary were murdered by Democrats as part of satanic rituals. It also suggests President Joe Biden might be the antichrist.

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Donald Trump also reiterated election lies during the convention, telling the audience, "We were doing so well until the rigged election happened to come along. We were doing really well. Unfortunately, this was an election where the person that counts the votes was far more important than the candidate, no matter how many votes that candidate got — and we got record numbers of votes," said Trump at the CPAC in Texas, reported CNN. He claimed "they" deleted 100,000 votes in Georgia. 

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While the names for the Republican Presidential candidate for 2024 are still up for grabs, Donald Trump is still a favorite to run for president again. He still commands a large majority of the conservative and Republican voter base and also announced his presidency as "the greatest political movement in the history of our country." His popularity was further established when a painting of him hugging and kissing the American flag was auctioned off for $25,000 from the CPAC stage. There is still vaccine hesitancy among the Republican voter base and some of the leaders who spoke at the CPAC slammed Biden's vaccination program, with North Carolina Representative Madison Cawthorn suggesting that the Biden administration would use the door-to-door vaccination campaign to "take your guns and your Bible." 

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Any Republican seeking to challenge Trump in 2024 will have an uphill task but for now, none of the potential candidates are opposing Trump. "I love my Republicans, but we're really kicking their ass, too," said Trump in his CPAC speech. "But we love them. But we like it because they're friends of ours, right? So it's OK. I think we can say that affectionately," he added.  

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