© 2010 drkate
…sometime in the not too distant future…
Washington D.C. (UPI). An estimated three million Americans arrived in the U.S. capitol today, including several Governors and state legislators, and together with tens of thousands of bicyclists, at least 30,000 semi tractor trailers, and thousands of buses, literally shut the capitol down. Federal workers, warned of this event in advance, were not affected as more than 3/4 of the federal workforce stayed home.
The protesters called themselves ‘The Republic’, representing the U.S. Constitution and its form of government. Seizing the day, “The Republic” called out the current government as “renegade”, runaway government without the consent of the governed. It was helpful to point out that Obama’s secret service name is ‘renegade’.
The massive crowd and vehicles surrounded the Capitol, the White House, Supreme Court, and the Pentagon with the singular intent of calling for the investigation, indictment, and arrest of Barack Obama. While many were calling for impeachment, all were united behind the now common knowledge around the world that Barack Obama is an impostor and an illegal immigrant to the country, who seized power with the help of the Rothschilds and key government officials who were purchased and took thirty pieces of silver to betray the country.
The crowd was apparently about equally dispersed among these sites with the exception of the Pentagon which was the major ‘base camp’ for the event. An estimated one million people were on the Pentagon grounds by 9 am. The purpose of this event was to call for the Joint Chiefs and enlisted officers to uphold their oath to the constitution and have each of the services’ top military lawyers initiate a joint investigation into Obama’s credentials.
The descent upon Washington’s pillars of power began more than five months ago, as groups of people began innocently arriving in the region. While all the major officials were out of town during a regular recess, and were not there to respond to the crowd, they were unable to return to work after returning from the recess. The work of the Congress, the Supreme Court, and all of the Cabinet agencies literally ground to a halt.
Whether there was any coordinated action among these activists–who ranged in age from 2 years to 90 years old–is difficult to tell, however, we can’t help but note that it was the opposite of what was expected. Instead of keeping people locked in, people were kept out of their offices and prevented from doing any work until the demand of the protesters was met.
After ten days of the reverse seige of Washington, several prominent federal officials began to defect by announcing their resignation from office. The Secretaries of Interior, Commerce, and Transportation resigned, as did the obama–appointed Supreme Court Justices. From her home office in San Francisco, Nancy Pelosi voluntarily resigned after 250 members of Congress sign a written pledge to investigate her for election fraud.
On the 20th day of the protest, with millions of people remaining in the area, the Congress removes Obama using the 25th amendment and begins its investigation into the 2008 election. The ‘photo of the century’, of Obama and Michelle being led out of the White House in handcuffs and under military escort, was taken by 57-year old Roy Jamison of Eureka, Nevada, an unemployed mine worker who arrived in Washington only a month ago.
Obama is incarcerated and interrogated while awaiting disposition of his legal case, consisting of 57 counts including election, mail, and wire fraud; identity theft; impersonation of a federal official, treason, sedition, and a pending charge of conspiracy to commit murder.
Joe Biden, under house arrest for collusion and prohibited to travel, acts as a non-functional President while Congress with the advice of the States completes the process of replacing the President, Vice President and entire cabinet. An acting Speaker of the House and Senate leadership are chosen by the State legislators of each state from the ranks of republicans to temporarily hold office until the 2012 election, or as their respective state legislatures deem appropriate. Within six months of Obama’s arrest, the United States had a new President and Cabinet.
After 40 days in Washington D.C., the protesters–whoever they were, went home. The security tents and sound systems were dismantled, personal safety vests removed, and the nation’s capital once again returned to work–first the people’s work on fixing the Obama problem, and then the people’s work on other issues.
While things seemed to return to normal, 57,000 patriots remained in the region through 2012, solely focused on liberty’s eternal vigilance.