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Rumors have spread that President Donald Trump could declare martial law to overturn his valid loss of the election

Trump’s anger over the elections culminated in his supporters storming the Capitol on Jan. January, killing five people and injuring many others

Martial law is defined by Merriam-Webster as “the armed forces administered law enforced by a government in an emergency when civil law enforcement agencies are unable to maintain public order and safety”

According to the Brennan Center for Justice, it has been declared 68 times in the US, with 29 declarations of labor disputes received

“Martial law has long been confused in the United States, but that hasn’t always stopped state and federal officials from explaining it,” writes the Brennan Center

The federal government has not declared martial law since it restored civil rule in Hawaii in 1944

Martial law was last declared at the state level in 1963 when the Governor of Maryland, J Millard Tawes imposed it on the city of Cambridge in connection with race riots

In December, it became known that disgraced former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn reportedly pushed for the president to use the military to “rerun” the elections

Trump and his advisors are also believed to have discussed commanding voting machines and appointing Sidney Powell as a special adviser to inspect them.

Powell, an attorney for Trump’s re-election campaign, has pounded wild conspiracy theories claiming that Venezuelans are trying to manipulate voting machines, the New York Times reported

Jim Golby, a senior fellow at the Clements Center for National Security at the University of Texas-Austin, told Task & Purpose that Flynn’s conspiracy theories were a “shame”

“The fact that Mike Flynn continues to spread conspiracy theories and misrepresent the President’s judicial authorities is a shame on the country and the uniform he wore,” Golby told the point of sale

President Donald Trump faces an unprecedented second impeachment when House Democrats officially accuse him of “inciting insurrection” following the siege of the Capitol

Democrats have already penned the only Trump impeachment article officially launched on Monday

Trump could become the first president in history to be tried twice on the only charge, which was made on Jan. January was voted

To be successful, two-thirds of the senators would have to be before the end of their term on Jan. January vote to indict the outgoing president

The document, which has over 150 sponsors, accuses Trump of violating his constitutional duty by encouraging a crowd of his supporters to oppose the vote to confirm the victory of Joe Biden’s electoral college and condemns him as a “threat to national security” ”

“It threatened the integrity of the democratic system, disrupted the peaceful transfer of power and endangered a coordinated branch of government,” the document reads

“In doing so, he has betrayed his confidence as President in the blatant harm done to the people of the United States

“Therefore, through such behavior, President Trump has shown that if he is allowed to remain in office, he will remain a threat to national security, democracy and the Constitution, and has acted in ways that are compatible with self-government and the self-government is completely incompatible”Rule of law,” he continued

“President Trump therefore guarantees impeachment and trial, impeachment and disqualification to hold and enjoy an office of honor, confidence and profit in the United States”

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