House Speaker Nancy Pelosi citing Continuity of Government plans made it clear during her appearance on MSNBC’s Morning Joe last month that Donald Trump “will be leaving” the White House “whether he knows it or not.”
“Whether he [Donald Trump] knows it or not he will be leaving,” the Democrat from California told MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski. “Just because he might not want to move out of the White House doesn’t mean we won’t have an inauguration ceremony to inaugurate a duly elected President of the United States.”
Pelosi then went on to add that she is “second in line” for the presidency behind Vice President Mike Pence.
Pelosi’s statements were made after she had attended last month’s Continuity of Government meeting in which the Pentagon had revealed to top officials in the chain of succession to the presidency that there is a chance for a potential disaster to strike before the elections which could cripple the U.S and other countries.
In fact, the House Speaker went as far as to say: “This is never going to happen–God willing it never will but there is a process–it has nothing to do with whether a certain occupant of the White House does not feel like moving and has to be fumigated out of there because the presidency is the presidency it’s not geography or location.”
Pelosi’s vague reference to President Trump not wanting to leave the White House was made based on what she was told in last month’s ultra-secret meeting. (i.e. General elections may have already been suspended internally on a national level and COG operations remain in full effect. Members were also told that if such a disaster were to occur as it stands Donald Trump would remain president through the disaster. And yes–you heard it here on Intellihub first.)
FEMA has already been activated at the highest level through the Stafford Act and the agency itself actually supersedes the powers of the president at this time following declarations made by the governors of all 52 states and territories.
The following three asteroids pose a risk of hitting Earth between now and the general election and although nothing is for certain there is always that chance.
H/T: Aaron Cole, The Cole Report