CPAC attendee hands out seven-point plan to install Donald Trump in the White House


Someone at the Conservative Political Action Conference is handing out cards touting a ‘seven-point plan’ to return Donald Trump to the presidency ‘within days’.

The so-called ‘Trump Cards’ touting the improbable plan were first spotted by Forbes political reporter Andrew Solender, who said that an attendee at CPAC Dallas on Friday sent him a photo of the card.

In short, the plan calls for exposing the Democrats for monstrous crimes, electing Trump as House speaker, and impeaching and removing President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

The plan includes a link to a website that elaborates on the proposal, describing the seven ‘dominoes’ that must fall to reinstall Trump in the White House. Each step seems unlikely, if not impossible.

Someone at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas is handing out cards touting a ‘seven-point plan’ to return Donald Trump to the presidency ‘within days’

In short, the plan calls for exposing the Democrats for monstrous crimes, electing Trump as House speaker, and impeaching and removing Biden and Harris

In short, the plan calls for exposing the Democrats for monstrous crimes, electing Trump as House speaker, and impeaching and removing Biden and Harris

Much of the longer online document focuses on claims that Democrats are involved in a web of ‘secret Satanic sacrifices,’ alleging ‘STUNNING NEW EVIDENCE of a Satanic connection’ between Biden and Mary Jo Kopechne, the young woman who died on Chappaquiddick Island in 1969 when Senator Ted Kennedy drove off a bridge.

The key first ‘domino’ of the plan involves exposing these alleged atrocities, prompting the Congressional Black Caucus to defect from the Democratic Party to the GOP en masse. 

With a new House majority, Republicans would then ‘reveal suppressed results of existing investigations into election racketeering’ and ‘reveal that Trump legitimately won the 2020 election,’ the plan states. 

No proof has emerged to support Trump’s claim that he won the 2020 presidential election, and the claim has been repeatedly rejected in court.  

Next, the plan says that Trump would be elected speaker of the House, a position that is third in line for the presidency.

Though the Constitution does not explicitly state that the House speaker must be a member of Congress, such a move would face intense legal challenges. No speaker has ever been elected who was not a sitting member of the House.

A conservative supporter holds up a sign during the opening general session of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Friday in Dallas

A conservative supporter holds up a sign during the opening general session of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Friday in Dallas

CPAC attendees pray during the opening general session of CPAC Dallas on Friday

CPAC attendees pray during the opening general session of CPAC Dallas on Friday

Finally, the plan calls for impeaching and removing Biden and Harris, putting Speaker Trump next in line for the presidency. 

Such a move would require 60 votes in the Senate, which is currently split 50-50, with Democrats holding the tie-breaking vote through Harris.

In a podcast explaining his theories, the seven-point plan’s author Robert J. Antonellis argued that securing votes for impeachment in the Senate would be no obstacle.

‘If [Senate Majority Leader] Chuck Schumer should dare snipe from the sidelines that the impeachment is “Dead on arrival in the Senate, it’s dead in the water,” then you should ask, “Dead in the water, like Mary Jo Kopechne?”‘ he explained.

Antonellis, who describes himself as an author, investigative researcher, and engineer, did not immediately respond to an inquiry from DailyMail.com on Friday night.

Though his plan may seem improbable, Antonellis is not the only Trump supporter who adamantly believes the former president could re-take the White House before the 2024 election.

A bizarre whiteboard that Gen. Mike Flynn and MyPillow exec Mike Lindell posed in front of lists the 'paths to Trump'

A bizarre whiteboard that Gen. Mike Flynn and MyPillow exec Mike Lindell posed in front of lists the ‘paths to Trump’

Donald Trump Jr. speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC held at the Hilton Anatole on July 09, 2021 in Dallas, Texas

Donald Trump Jr. speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC held at the Hilton Anatole on July 09, 2021 in Dallas, Texas

MyPillow founder Mike Lindell, a Trump advisor who continues to promote Trump’s election fraud claims, also recently posed with a unique whiteboard showing the ‘paths to Trump’.

Last month, reports emerged that Trump himself was telling people that he would be reinstated as president by August, after his original National Security Advisor Michael Flynn said a Myanmar-style coup ‘should happen.’ 

At CPAC on Friday, one attendee was spotted with a modified campaign placard reading ‘Trump 2021’ in an apparent reference to the theory.

Trump is scheduled to be the headline speaker at CPAC, the group’s second event of the year after a February conference in Florida.

On Friday, his son Don Trump Jr took the stage in Dallas and delivered a passionate speech.  





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