Right-wing militant leader pledges violent support for Trump dictatorship
Stewart Rhodes (YouTube)

Anti-government extremist Stewart Rhodes again called on President Donald Trump to invoke the Insurrection Act and deploy the U.S. military against his domestic opponents.

The Oath Keepers leader posted an open letter Monday urging the president to order "trusted military units" to "seize" the databases of CIA, DNI, FBI, NSA and state election systems and administrators to expose an alleged conspiracy between U.S. "elites" and the Chinese government to hand the election to Joe Biden, reported Right Wing Watch.

"Through well-orchestrated mass vote fraud, the Communist Chinese and their domestic enemy allies are about to install their illegitimate puppet, Joe Biden, and his equally illegitimate puppet running mate, Kamala Harris, into the White House, with their treasonous fingers on the nuclear launch codes," Rhodes wrote.

"You must act NOW as a wartime President, pursuant to your oath to defend the Constitution, which is very similar to the oath all of us veterans swore," he added. "We are already in a fight. It’s better to wage it with you as Commander-in-Chief than to have you comply with a fraudulent election, leave office, and leave the White House in the hands of illegitimate usurpers and Chinese puppets. Please don’t do it. Do NOT concede, and do NOT wait until January 20, 2021. Strike now."

Rhodes made similar comments at a Dec. 12 "prayer rally" at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., where he warned that right-wing militias would be forced to fight a "bloody war" if Trump didn't remain in power.

There is no way out but through," he wrote, "and we will NOT submit to a Chicom puppet regime. You must stand tall and use your constitutional powers to fight this war against enemies foreign and domestic while you are still President and Commander-in-Chief."

Rhodes urged the president to federalize all National Guard units, call up military veterans under 65 years old and order “all able-bodied Americans between the ages of 17-45 who are still loyal to the Constitution to likewise report for duty, bearing their own arms” to put down riots that he supposes will break out if Trump manages to hold onto the White House.

"This is your moment of destiny," Rhodes wrote. "Will you take your place in history as the savior of our Republic, right up there with President Washington and Lincoln? Or will you fail to act, while you still can, and leave office on January 20, 2021, leaving We the People to fight a desperate revolution/civil war against an illegitimate usurper and his Chicom puppet regime?"