NESARA could be announced to fix the Defunct US Inc.
Gesara.news » News » NESARA could be announced to fix the Defunct US Inc.News Date: November 10, 2020
The Sat. 7 Nov. announcement by the Lame Stream Media that Biden won the US Presidency was just another lie to the American people - now referred to as Voter-gate. The only call of this presidential election could come from joint sessions of Congress that would read the elector slates on 3 Jan. 2021.
However, the makeup of that Congress would have to be re-done because those politicians were elected under US Inc. This municipal corporation doing business as the UNITED STATES, INC. had entered into bankruptcy by its owner, Pope Francis, on 24 Sept. 2015 - a Chapter 7 liquidation that ended on 5 Nov. 2020.
You cant elect a new President for a defunct corporation, said Anna Von Reitz. Whoever was elected President of the United States on 3 Nov. had nothing to preside over as of 5 Nov.
NESARA and GESARA could be announced and that freedom from debt would change the world. When you announce NESARA you would have to have a new election within 120 days.
President Trump before his inauguration in January 2021, he should announce the new government and the new Republic. Then the military takes over, in a 120 - day period and in a temporary capacity, that all elected positions in the government will have to run again after 120 days.
Sources: www.paulstramer.net, beforeitsnews.com, inteldinarchronicles
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