The Truth REVEALED…Trump On Track For ‘Government in Exile’ Status


The formation of a “government in exile” is a serious option for Donald Trump and his faithful supporters to consider right now. The very thought makes Democrat heads explode but the full weight of history is totally behind the idea. The former president is already on track for doing it, too. By publicly declaring the growing mountain of new evidence proves he was the “rightful winner” of the 2020 election.

A Trump government in exile

Citing the results of a recent poll, Donald Trump issued a formal statement demanding he be declared “the rightful winner” of the 2020 election. At the very least, he’s entitled to a new election. Historical precedent on the concept of “government in exile” gives him a legal leg to stand on.

The poll reports that “79% of Americans think coverage of the Hunter Biden laptop story would have changed the result.” Nobody expects that unscientific poll to be the crucial linchpin on the formation of an alternate ruling body, only a barometer of which way the political wind blows.

The only thing that matters to the formation of a government in exile is the growing pile of evidence proving the Just Us Department and Federal Bureau of Instigation were “weaponized” against Trump from the very beginning. Not only that, it has become crystal clear in recent days that they’re still weaponized against him today.

The obvious reason for such intense persecution is because they consider him a serious threat to their illegal and evil Deep State schemes.

As Once and Future President Trump posted on Truth Social, “So now it comes out, conclusively, that the FBI BURIED THE HUNTER BIDEN LAPTOP STORY BEFORE THE ELECTION knowing that, if they didn’t, ‘Trump would have easily won the 2020 Presidential Election.’

As the president notes, “this is massive FRAUD & ELECTION INTERFERENCE at a level never seen before in our Country.” There is only one fair remedy, “declare the rightful winner.” Trump is actually being gracious when he offers to endure another election contest. He doesn’t need to do that, according to historical understanding of governments in exile.


Legitimate but unable to exercise power

The test of whether a government in exile is recognized or not by other nation-states is when the group should be in power but for some reason, usually political, is not in power. We’re only going to look at what Wikipedia has to say about it so we’re not going to go too deep down that rabbit hole. As always we recommend digging deeper than that as a primary source but they’re great to get an overview from.

In general, a “GiE” is “a political group which claims to be a country or semi-sovereign state’s legitimate government, but is unable to exercise legal power.” Usually they’re forced to set up shop in a different country, but not always. In this case, if Trump were to declare Mar-a-Lago his seat of government, there would be enough examples in history to back that up.

Governments in exile “usually plan to one day return to their native country and regain formal power.” In this case, Trump can set up a GiE while he waits for the outcome of that election redo. That way, he can still have his rightful spot on the political stage while ensuring a peaceful transition from illegitimate control by the Biden regime to legitimate control by rightful President Donald Trump.

The “effectiveness of a government in exile depends primarily on the amount of support it receives, either from foreign governments or from the population of its own country. Some exiled governments come to develop into a formidable force, posing a serious challenge to the incumbent regime of the country, while others are maintained chiefly as a symbolic gesture.” Now is the time for each and every deplorable in America to declare Donald Trump their rightful president.

Something similar happened during World War I when “nearly all of Belgium was occupied by Germany, but Belgium and its allies held on to a small slice in the country’s west.

Wiki specifically notes that “a government in exile, in contrast, has lost all its territory. However, in practice the difference might be minor; in the above example, the Belgian government at Sainte-Adresse was located in French territory and acted as a government in exile for most practical purposes.


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