Plan revealed to reinstate Trump in 'days not years' by electing him House Speaker ahead of his CPAC speech tomorrow

A PLAN has been revealed to reinstate Donald Trump in “days, not years” by electing him House Speaker ahead of his CPAC speech on Sunday.

Attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas have been handed cards outlining a 7-point-plan aimed at getting the former president reinstated. 

An image of the card, with the plan printed on it, was posted on Twitter by Forbes reporter Andrew Solender. 

The cards appeared to have been made by a group called Patriots Soar, which reportedly was not linked to the organisers of the conference.

The bizarre plan involves giving House Speaker Nancy Pelosi the boot, and eventually installing Donald Trump in her place.

Once he had taken the role of Speaker, Trump would then call for a vote to impeach, charge, and remove "imposters" President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

As the Speaker of the House is third in the line of presidential succession, the plan then saw the former president step back into his “rightful place”.

“Step 1” of the plan, as it’s listed on the card, says “Reveal ARCHILLES’ HEEL: Pull back the curtain on the horror show that is today’s “Democratic Party”. Watch Pelosi melt, like the Wicked Witch of the West”. See the Black Caucus and other key groups flip, unexpectedly, and watch the tables turn. 

The card links to a website that elaborates on the scheme to reinstate the former president.

It also oddly claims to have proof connecting the Democrat party to satanic sacrifices.

The messaging alludes to QAnon-affiliated conspiracy theories that accuse the Democrat party of secret satanic abuse.

 The theory that Trump will soon be reinstated as president has been peddled by a number of prominent figures, such as QAnon rep Marjorie Taylor Greene.

The Georgia congresswoman last month lent her support to the former president after he said he would be "interested" in the role currently held by Democrat Nancy Pelosi.

And MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell similarly continues to spread the word that Donald Trump will be "reinstated" as president this summer.

The card also refers to the widely debunked conspiracy theory that the 2020 election was fraudulent.

This is in spite of the fact that the claim has been rejected dozens of times in court.

A New York Times report said that even Trump had bought into the theory, allegedly telling aides that he would be returning to the White House later this year.

Lindell, like Trump himself, has repeatedly claimed that the election was rife with fraud and rigged to the benefit of now-President Joe Biden.

The baseless claims have been thoroughly litigated and debunked.

In an interview last month, GOP favorite Trump called a run for congress in 2022 "highly unlikely".

But he would not need to become an elected member of Congress to become House Speaker.

It is not required by the constitution that the speaker is in the House of Representatives but every person to take on the role so far has been.

However, Republicans would have to flip the House in 2022 in order to appoint the speaker.

Trump would also need all Republican support in order to be chosen.

He told Fox Business on Monday that he would consider Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as his running mate in 2024 in a public snub to former Vice President Mike Pence.

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