Animus and division led to sedition in the USA



“Here it is, the Trump grand finale: sedition,” says the woman head of a global women’s rights group which “has fought Trump misogyny for at least four years”, adds its American Executive Director, Monique Deslauriers.

“Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organisation, that tends toward rebellion against the established order. Sedition often includes subversion of a constitution and incitement of discontent toward, or rebellion against, established authority.” (Citing Wikipedia, a neutral source.)

Donald Trump is planning what, by definition, seems like sedition of 18 US States to form an alliance and seize control of parts of the USA, without any democratic process, by removing the will of almost 20 million voters who cast ballots in the 3 November 2020 election, and by extension,  their states. Under attack is all of Georgia and its 4M 2020 voters; all of Pennsylvania and its 6.9M 2020 voters; all of Michigan and its 5.5M 2020 voters; and all of Wisconsin plus its 3.2M 2020 voters.


by Micheal John and Melissa Hemingway


Has America considered how this looks to the world?

Trump's seditious behaviour points to "Dicktatorship or Democrazy" says Feminists
Trump’s seditious behaviour points to “Dicktatorship or Democrazy, and neither works” says Feminist spokeswoman, Monique Deslauriers, in America. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag


The 19-party action before the Supreme Court seeks to disenfranchise four states by having the SCOTUS order the four states be disallowed sending nominated ‘Electors‘ of the Electoral College to cast their ballots for Joseph Biden, as per the instructions of the majority among 19.6 million voters.

The Republican party, just in the act of 18 states filing against the voters of four states alone, is now splintered into two distinct parties, and there are arguably, if not officially, at least in perception, three main political parties in the United States:

  1. The Democratic Party (LW);
  2. The Trump Party (Authoritarians); and the smaller, leaderless
  3. New Republican Party (RW).

Georgia (4M voters), Pennsylvania (6.9M voters), Michigan (5.5M voters) and Wisconsin (3.2M voters) are facing bizarre SCOTUS lawsuits from Texas, 17 Republican states and Donald Trump, that aim to disenfranchise all those voters and in a de facto sense remove those (former?)  US States from the Republic of the United States of America.


Texas, 17 other states, and current US President Donald Trump, want 19,600,000 voters disenfranchised because some of them voted by mail during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pleadings accuse the four states of exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic for the purpose of allowing voters to stay home and and stay safe, casting their ballot by mail. Trump discouraged his supporters from voting by mail and Biden encouraged his supporters to avail themselves of the safest procedures to avoid disease.


Ken Paxton, the Texas attorney general who is still under indictment for criminal offences, who says he wants to help Donald Trump reverse the massive win of Joe Biden (81M vs 74m), has filed a case directly into the Supreme Court of the United States asking the Court to disenfranchise 19.6 million voters. The filing to the SCOTUS can be read here: Texas-SCOTUS Filing-against-Georgia-Michigan-Pennsylvania-Wisconsin-Michigan-voters

Donald Trump has personally filed an intervention, intending to join in the matter, asking that he be heard too.

17 States have filed amicus briefs to say that they enjoin as ‘friends‘ the matter against  Georgia’s 4M voters, Pennsylvania’s 6.9M voters, Michigan’s 5.5M voters, and Wisconsin’s 3.2M voters. Read if you wish the pleadings Missouri et al. : Pennsylvani-Amicus-Brief-of-Missouri-et-al.—Final-with-Tables

Trump wants to say among other things that,The fact that nearly half of the country believes the election was stolen should come as no surprise. President Trump prevailed on nearly every historical indicia of success in presidential elections.

Trump’s intervention into the US  Supreme Court ( SCOTUS), in the Paxton matter against Georgia’s 4M voters, Pennsylvania’s 6.9M voters, Michigan’s 5.5M voters, and Wisconsin’s 3.2M voters can be read here: Trump-Intervention-Texas-vs-millons-of-voters-20201209155327055_No. 22O155 Original Motion to Intervene.

Trump has asked sycophant Senator Ted Cruz, (R-Texas) to argue the case before the SCOTUS if the justices agree to hear the Matter, according to a report in The New York Times on  Wednesday.

“Senator Cruz agreed,” says a person in his office by phone.

Date7 November 2011, 13:32 Source U.S. Supreme Court Building Author USCapitol

Date 7 November 2011, 13:32
Source U.S. Supreme Court Building
Author USCapitol

The United States Supreme Court has a six-judge conservative majority, including three judges controversially appointed by Donald Trump.

“…battleground states flooded their people with unlawful ballot applications and ballots while ignoring statutory requirements as to how they were received, evaluated and counted.

“Trust in the integrity of our election processes is sacrosanct and binds our citizenry and the States in this Union together. Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin destroyed that trust and compromised the security and integrity of the 2020 election. The states violated statutes enacted by their duly elected legislatures, thereby violating the Constitution. By ignoring both state and federal law, these states have not only tainted the integrity of their own citizens’ vote, but of Texas and every other state that held lawful elections,” said Attorney General Paxton. “Their failure to abide by the rule of law casts a dark shadow of doubt over the outcome of the entire election. We now ask that the Supreme Court step in to correct this egregious error.”

“Elections for federal office must comport with federal constitutional standards. For presidential elections, each state must appoint its electors to the electoral college in a manner that complies with the Constitution. The Electors Clause requirement that only state legislatures may set the rules governing the appointment of electors and elections and cannot be delegated to local officials. The majority of the rushed decisions, made by local officials, were not approved by the state legislatures, thereby circumventing the Constitution.”