- Devolution Acronym Finder: https://devolution.ninja/acronyms (enter . to see all acronyms)
- BH - Black Hat, the bad guys
- Devolution - the transfer or delegation of power to a lower level, especially by central government to local or regional administration;
- Devolution is the capability to transfer statutory authority and responsibility from an organization’s primary operating staff and facilities to other designated staff and alternate locations to sustain essential functions. A continuity plan’s devolution option addresses how an organization will identify and transfer organizational command and control, as well as responsibility for performing essential functions to personnel at a geographically dispersed location unaffected by the incident. - U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency Federal Continuity Directive 1 Issue Date: January 17, 2017, Annex I. [link]
- DERG - Devolution Emergency Relocation Group
- EO - Executive Order
- Executive Order 13818 - Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption
- Executive Order 13848 - Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election
- Executive Order 13961 - Governance and Integration of Federal Mission Resilience
- ERG - Emergency Relocation Group
- Insurrection Act - The Insurrection Act of 1807 grants the president of the United States the power to deploy the U.S. Army and Navy to suppress insurrections. See: Britannica Beyond
- LOW - DoD Law of War manual; the LOW is the military guideline for rules of engagement of war and how the rules must be implemented. [online]
- PEAD - Presidential Emergency Action Directive
Remember Schiff's "Protecting Our Democracy Act" and how it included a section that would allow congress access to PEADs? How they tried to get access to PEADs 4 times in 2020 as if they we're scared of something in those documents.
"You never know what the emergency is going to be"
"There are executive powers based on something that has never been vetted by congress giving the president almost limitless powers to do what he needs to do in the event of a crisis."
These PEADs were undergoing a review around August of 2020, just prior to the election in which Trump repeatedly stated the Democrats we're going to try and steal.
As I've said before, Trump had the ability as President and Commander in Chief to implement a Devolution Continuity of Government plan. Do you think he failed?
That's not the Trump I know.
If he failed, why is congress still trying to get access to the PEADs?
I'm comfy 😎🍿
- WH - White Hat, the good guys