All 50 U.S. States Just Stood Up United Against Obama’s Final Power Grab…This Is HUGE!!

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Barack Hussein Obama was president of the United States for eight long years. During his last days of office, he used all his power over the states control of election. Because his actions were very unexpected, all 50 Secretaries of State united in an unprecedented show of resistance.

According to experts, recent actions might have led to the federal government taking over the election processes of all 50 states, which led to the ‘deep state’ being able to potentially sway the outcome of national elections.

However, the most shocking part was that Obama directed his Secretary of Homeland Security to do. According to reports, all 50 state secretaries of state are urging the Trump administration to rescind a last-minute Department of Homeland Security directive calling state election systems “critical infrastructure.”

In addition, the reports reveal that state officials fear this is the first step toward a federal takeover of state-run elections. The state secretaries are completely united against the former administration’s attempt to insert the federal government into state-run elections.

Shortly before Trump won the 2016 presidential election, former Secretary of Homeland Security  Johnson surprised and outraged state election officials after he tried to play this off as part of the Obama administration’s effort against Russian hacking during the presidential campaign.

After this statement, state officials answered that the election machines and the infrastructure are immune to cyber-security attacks. DHS Secretary John Kelly said this about Johnson’s statement:

“The notion that DHS can or should exercise some degree of influence over state voting systems is highly controversial and appears to be a political question beyond the scope of DHS’ current legislative cyber mandates.”

 

 

What Obama said would certainly worry anyone. His statements make it clear that he is an enemy of the American Constitution.

 

 

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