This Operation is for humanity, ridding the world of evil in many facets.  Undeclared wars & War Powers Resolution.


RattleTrap 1776 🇺🇸, 1/30/24 3:46 PM UTC

National Guard just flew over.  Zero state emergencies in Alabama.

Tuesday.  🔥🐂🇺🇸


RattleTrap 1776 🇺🇸, 1/30/24 4:59 PM UTC

Mess with the bull… you get the horns.

Last night when we opened up questions, one who was trolling the wall, was allowed to talk and typical hater, someone I’ve encountered before from the hate group, who acts all normal, yet you can tell is condescending, thinks they know it all, says no war has been declared.

So, 🐂 time.

The LAST time the U.S. FORMALLY declared war using specific terminology, on any nation was in 1942, when war was declared against Axis-allied Hungary, Bulgaria, and Romania, because President Franklin Roosevelt thought it was improper to engage in hostilities against a country without a formal declaration of war.  Since then, every American president has used military force without a declaration of war.

The United States has formally declared war against foreign nations in five separate wars, each upon prior request by the president of the United States.  Four of those five declarations came after hostilities had begun.  James Madison reported that in the Federal Convention of 1787, the phrase "make war" was changed to "declare war" in order to leave to the executive the power to repel sudden attacks but not to commence war without the explicit approval of Congress.  Debate continues as to the legal extent of the president's authority in this regard.

Public opposition to American involvement in foreign wars, particularly during the 1930s, was expressed as support for a Constitutional Amendment that would require a national referendum on a declaration of war.  Several constitutional amendments, such as the Ludlow Amendment, have been proposed that would require a national referendum on a declaration of war.

After Congress repealed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in January 1971 and President Richard Nixon continued to wage war in Vietnam, Congress passed the War Powers Resolution (Pub. L.Tooltip Public Law (United States) 93–148) over the veto of Nixon in an attempt to rein in some of the president's claimed powers.  The War Powers Resolution proscribes the only power of the president to wage war which is recognized by Congress.

In 1973, following the withdrawal of most American troops from the Vietnam War, a debate emerged about the extent of presidential power in deploying troops without a declaration of war.  A compromise in the debate was reached with the War Powers Resolution.  This act clearly defined how many soldiers could be deployed by the president of the United States and for how long.  It also required formal reports by the president to Congress regarding the status of such deployments, and limited the total amount of time that American forces could be deployed without a formal declaration of war.

All straight from here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declaration_of_war_by_the_United_States

Notice the 3 Tabs:

Declarations of wars
Undeclared wars
War Powers Resolution

Undeclared wars:

There is no specific format required under United States law for the way an official war declaration will be structured or delivered.  The United States Constitution states:  "The Congress shall have Power […] To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water".

As of August 2013, the United States Congress has formally declared war 11 times, and has not done so since 1942; 6 of these were WWII declarations.

The United States did not declare war during its involvement in Vietnam, although the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorized the escalation and use of military force in the Vietnam War without a formal declaration of war.  On at least 125 occasions a US president has employed military forces without authorization from Congress.

One of the most significant of these occasions was the Korean War, where the United States led a peacekeeping United Nations force to stop North Korea's aggression against South Korea.  The conflict resulted in over 142,000 American casualties (about 40,000 deaths and over 100,000 injuries).

Undeclared wars:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undeclared_war

War Powers Resolution:


RattleTrap 1776 🇺🇸, 1/30/24 4:59 PM UTC

The War Powers Act is a federal law intended to check the U.S. president’s power to commit the United States to an armed conflict without the consent of the U.S. Congress.

The resolution was adopted in the form of a United States congressional joint resolution.  It provides that the president can send the U.S. Armed Forces into action abroad only by declaration of war by Congress, "statutory authorization", or in case of "a national emergency created by attack upon the United States, its territories or possessions, or its armed forces".

👉🏻 I guess that’s why CIC Trump declared 11 National Emergencies via 11 Executive Orders, ALL of which have been extended past their two year clauses, 3 years in a row now.

With the key lines of the War Powers Act of 1973 being:

“President’s power to commit the United States to an armed conflict without the consent of the U.S. Congress.”

“It provides that the president can send the U.S. Armed Forces into action abroad only by declaration of war by Congress,”

And he can MOST CERTAINLY protect his Nation as CIC by federalizing HIS Military inside the boundaries and borders for protection of HIS people.

I guess that’s why the LAST amended section of THE WAR POWERS ACT OF 1973 on the House.gov was put their by Donald John Trump which also means the Congress signed off on it as well.

I guess that’s why the LAST amended sections of 10 United States Codes §12302 and §12304 are CIC Donald John Trump’s Executive Orders 13912 and 13919, on the federalization of 1,000,000 Reserve Components activating ALL reserves, even retirees.

Those must be revised, revoked, rescinded, or have a resolution termination.

They have not.  Hence why “Joe” has extended 11 EOs with 11 National Emergencies declared by CIC Trump.

3 of those 11 make ZERO LEGISLATIVE sense why “Joe” would do so if this was NOT a Military Occupation and Continuity of Operations Plan.

Executive Order 13818 👉🏻 Human Rights Abuse with the Hunter Biden laptop proving women of all ages, and links to Daddy Joe.

Executive Order 13959 👉🏻 Freezing the assets and blocking the property of those illegally funding the Chinese Military, when he’s been a China man for YEARS, linked with Obama, the Clintons, and DemocRats.

Executive Order 13848 👉🏻 Election Interference.  Why in the 🔥 would “Joe Biden” extend the very Order that would cancel “his Presidency” if he was actually President?  It was Biden vs. Trump in 2020, last I checked.

This Order was signed 2 months before any kind of Election under CIC DJT, Sept. 12, 2018.  Meaning, at that time, the only Election Interference evidence they would have had was 2016 and prior, so, that should also tell one, this is now a LAW and we will be tracking the Elections moving forward, in which MSM told everyone the National Guard were at precincts in 2018, 2020, and 2022.

The National Guard isn’t there to make sure Living Room Larry doesn’t knock out a Basement Boy Billy at the polls.  That’s NOT how that works.

All 11 EOs with NEs would expire after 2 years.  So, why not just let them terminate on their own?

Why would “Joe” extend all 11 of those especially 3 outliers that make zero sense based on the context plus his history?

ALL the Military movement around the world are coming from §1550 and §12302 and §12304.

Congress put it there by the Order of the President.

No, there’s no way to find a PEAD right now, but by ALL the other actions, orders, and visuals, it’s easy to see to see a PEAD would have been signed to expand CIC Trumps powers as President and CIC.

I call him CIC because the Orders are Wartime Orders.

A clear visual is a Vice President saluting soldier and those rendering in return.

We don’t salute VPs and they don’t salute soldiers.

People like that clown, who just wants attention, wants to instigate, or simply hate, is why America looks the way it does.

Simple reading and comprehension.

You don’t have to like what’s going on.

You don’t have to like CIC Trump.

You don’t have to like the laws and orders in place.

That’s fine.


RattleTrap 1776 🇺🇸, 1/30/24 4:59 PM UTC

But coming at me or anyone saying “it doesn’t mean that,” “nothing is happening” or anything else simply because you’re one of those 3 above… you’re only hurting yourself, your family and friends.

This Operation is for humanity, ridding the world of evil in many facets.

So, remember, when you present yourself like that, all of us good guys and gals, from all different walks and life’s and backgrounds, must treat you as one of those wanting to replace what’s been removed due to your responses and actions.

Legislation is how our Nation functions and operates.

Not drama and instigators who haven’t even even read ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb.’