Many of you will remember that information was sent out  on President Trump’s 2018 Executive Order a couple of weeks ago  regarding foreign involvement in our elections. A report was due on December 18, 45 days after the 2020 election from our intelligence agencies to determine if there was foreign involvement in our election.    Below, you will find the link to that Executive Order. 
Below you will also find a link to a warning that was issued by Lin Wood, an attorney who is working closely  with Sidney Powell on determining to show foreign involvement in our 2020 election.  Whatever Lin knows must be concerning for him to issue this warning to all citizens. 
Below Lin Wood’s warning is an article postponing the Dec 18 report from our intelligence agencies regarding foreign involvement.  Our country is like a gigantic tinderbox over this election with strong evidence there was very significant voter fraud and very possible manipulation of our Dominion voting machines that Sidney Powell and Lin Wood are working on to document   .  Perhaps we should take Lin Wood’s warning very seriously and be prepared for any emergency.  Nancy  
Lin Wood warning to have plenty of water and emergency supplies 

Lin Wood

Dec 14

Better to be safe than sorry. Make sure you have PLENTY of water, food, flashlights & batteries, candles, radio, 2nd Amendment supplies, & a plan to meet with leaders of your communities. Remember we only have 1 President at a time. Our leader is

, not Biden.

President Trump’s 2018 Executive Order re foreign interference in our election
BY Mimi Nguyen Ly   December 16, 2020

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced late Wednesday that DNI John Ratcliffe has been notified by the intelligence community that they will not be meeting the Dec. 18 deadline set by a presidential executive order to report on foreign threats during the November election.

“This afternoon the DNI was notified by career intelligence officials that the Intelligence Community will not meet the December 18 deadline, set by Executive Order and Congress to submit the IC’s classified assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. elections,” Amanda Schoch, ODNI Director of Strategic Communications, announced.

“The IC has received relevant reporting since the election and a number of agencies have not finished coordinating on the product. The DNI is committed to providing this report to our customers expeditiously.”

Richard Grenell, the former Acting Director of National Intelligence, wrote on Twitter just prior to the announcement that Ratcliffe “is standing up for career analysts who want their views to be accurately reflected. In other words, fighting to keep intelligence from being politicized.”

Grenell shared a Bloomberg report citing an anonymous source which said that Ratcliffe was not signing off on the report unless it more fully reflected the national security threat posed by communist China’s attempts to influence the outcome of the 2020 electione. Grenell added, “John Ratcliffe has access to the most sensitive intel. This is important.”

The ODNI did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Epoch Times.

Trump’s executive order in 2018 states that the Director of National Intelligence shall deliver an assessment “of any information indicating that a foreign government, or any person acting as an agent of or on behalf of a foreign government, has acted with the intent or purpose of interfering in that election.”

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany previously said on Tuesday that she was not yet aware of any report issued by Ratcliffe’s office about such a matter.

The executive order signed on Sept. 12, 2018, directs the U.S. government to impose automatic sanctions on foreign nations, individuals, and entities who are found to be involved in trying to interfering in U.S. elections.

Dec. 18 marks 45 days after the Nov. 3 general election, where, according to the executive order, the DNI is expected to deliver a report regarding “to the maximum extent ascertainable” whether any interference attempts took place, and the nature of such interference, methods used, and who was involved and authorized such efforts.

The order stipulates that after the assessment is delivered, the attorney general and the secretary of homeland security would have another 45 days to evaluate the report and make a determination. If election interference is found by the two departments, automatic sanctions would be imposed to restrict the property of the persons involved.

The secretary of state and the secretary of the treasury would thereafter be required to recommend whether additional sanctions are required.

Trump in the order declared a national emergency to deal with the threat of election interference, and stated that “the ability of persons located, in whole or in substantial part, outside the United States to interfere in or undermine public confidence in United States elections, including through the unauthorized accessing of election and campaign infrastructure or the covert distribution of propaganda and disinformation, constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States.”

“Although there has been no evidence of a foreign power altering the outcome or vote tabulation in any United States election, foreign powers have historically sought to exploit America’s free and open political system,” Trump wrote. “In recent years, the proliferation of digital devices and internet-based communications has created significant vulnerabilities and magnified the scope and intensity of the threat of foreign interference, as illustrated in the 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment.”


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