The congresswoman is alleged to have texted ex-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to urge Trump to "save our Republic" by calling in the military.
The Georgia lawmaker was asked during testimony whether she ever pushed for Trump to impose martial law and responded, "I don't recall."
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a prominent supporter of President Donald Trump's false claims of a "stolen" election, was photographed walking into a White House meeting with Trump while carrying notes urging the "martial law if necessary" on Friday.
In secret meetings, ranking officers are discussing how the military would respond to any chaos around the inauguration and transition.
Flynn, pardoned by the president last month for lying to the FBI, has become a vocal proponent of the baseless pro-Trump conspiracy theories claiming electoral fraud.
Mike Lindell claimed that if Trump declares martial law in the seven states, his campaign allies could take control of the state's ballots and, apparently, overturn the results of the election in the president's favor.
Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase doubled down on her calls for Trump to invoke martial law, saying "we are at war."
After his recent pardon by President Donald Trump, the retired general tweeted the inflammatory appeal on Twitter: "Freedom never kneels except for God."
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said President Donald Trump has "clearly targeted cities run by Democratic mayors" as more federal forces are deployed across the country.
With the National Guard now active in 22 states and governors continuing to declare more severe emergency measures daily, the U.S. military is preparing forces to assume a larger role in the coronavirus response.
The S-400 system is considered the most advanced in the world.
The men were captured during a violent confrontation with Russian navy ships on Sunday.
Tony Schwartz went on a Twitter rant on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The controversial leader has repeatedly referenced raping women despite widespread condemnation.
Many Filipinos see martial law under Ferdinand Marcos as a kind of "golden age" for the Philippines.
It is not the first time the Philippines president has referenced cannibalism.
"He signs papers, he reads, he consults, he's actually very busy."
The war has lasted for 14 days in the southern island of Mindanao.
Philippine authorities say there's no evidence of terrorism in the attack which left 36 dead and dozens wounded.
"It's very sad to be hitting our own troops," Defense Secretary Lorenzana said.
The army has used airstrikes and street combat, yet still the Maute Group Islamist militants fight on.
The army has used airstrikes and street combat to try and force out the Maute group militants who took hold of the city a week ago.