Juan O Savin What’s in Play! NESARA Coming

Juan O Savin  What’s in Play 

2021 will begin the revealing that many will not believe ever existed and will have a difficult time understanding. Corruption, greed and satanic groups will be exposed at the highest levels. The political system as we know it will change by the people for the people called the National / Global Economic Security & Reformation Act (NESARA).

It will help the people by zeroing out all credit card, mortgage, and other bank debt due to illegal banking and government activities. Income tax will be abolished along with the IRS. IRS employees will be transferred into the US Treasury national sales tax. A flat rate non-essential tax of 14% to 17% will be created for revenue for the government. Constitutional Law will return to all courts and legal matters and retrains all judges and attorneys on constitutional law. We are witnessing the implementation of Constitutional Law through the Presidential Election process.

After NESARA announcement, new Presidential and Congressional elections will be established within 120 days while the interim government will cancel all national emergencies and return us back to constitutional law. Elections will be monitored and will prevent illegal election activities of special interest groups. The Federal Reserve System will be eliminated. During the transition period the Federal Reserve will be allowed to operate side by side of the U.S. treasury for one year in order to remove all Federal Reserve notes from the money supply.

There will be release of over 6,000 patents of suppressed technologies that are being withheld from the public under the guise of national security, including free energy devices, antigravity, and sonic healing machines.

All aggressive action by the U.S. government military worldwide will cease and peace will be established throughout the world. There will be releases of enormous sums of money for humanitarian purposes.

Pray for our PresidenT, his Family and the Patriots…..God Wins

Corruption on Boths in Congress: They are not working for the people

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Lawmakers on Both Sides Block Changes to CCP Virus Bill

Lawmakers on Both Sides Block Changes to CCP Virus Bill

December 24, 2020 Updated: December 24, 2020

There were multiple attempts on Thursday from both Republicans and Democrats in the House of Representatives to amend the pandemic aid and government spending package, after President Donald Trump’s surprise demand for more stimulus money for U.S. citizens.

One of Trump’s requests was to increase direct payments to Americans from $600 to $2,000 per person, which Democrats attempted to approve on Thursday. Republicans who opposed the higher amount blocked that effort.

Republicans then moved to change the amount of foreign aid included in the package, but Democrats ended up blocking that request as well. Trump, in his announcement, had objected to the millions in foreign aid. The House then adjourned for the day.

It comes after House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) wrote to his colleagues on Wednesday night that Republicans would offer a unanimous consent request to “reexamine how our tax dollars are spent overseas while so many of our neighbors at home are struggling to make ends meet.”

“House Democrats appear to be suffering from selective hearing. They have conveniently ignored the concerns expressed by the president, and shared by our constituents … It will be up to Speaker [Nancy] Pelosi to decide if she wants to act on behalf of the American people,” McCarthy wrote.

The activity on Thursday did nothing to change the status of the $2.3 trillion omnibus spending bill, which is now in limbo.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said the chamber will hold a recorded vote on the stimulus check increase next Monday.

McCarthy and Pelosi’s office did not respond to requests for comment after the House adjourned on Thursday.

Trump didn’t use the word “veto” in his earlier statement, but all but implied he would block the bill unless Congress removed billions in spending allocated to foreign nations and domestic institutions unrelated to the battle against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus.

Top Democrats quickly took up Trump’s offer. Pelosi has urged Republicans to pass a standalone measure for the $2,000 payments in a unanimous consent vote on Christmas Eve. She made no mention of the foreign spending that Trump criticized, including $10 million for gender programs in Pakistan. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) urged the president to convince Republicans to approve the measure.

The timing of the bill’s passage gives Trump the option of letting the bill fail without issuing an actual veto. The Constitution provides for a so-called pocket veto in the event that Congress adjourns during the 10 days following the passage of a bill. With Sundays excluded and Congress set to adjourn on Jan. 3, Trump has the option of letting the bill terminate without setting pen to paper.

Ivan Pentchoukov and Reuters contributed to this report.

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