A plan to reinstate Donald Trump as president circulated at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
The outlandish plan involves ousting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and replacing her with Trump.
The conspiracy theory that Trump will be reinstated as president is popular among his supporters.
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Attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas have been handed cards outlining a 7-point-plan to reinstate Donald Trump as president 'in days, not years.
The cards seemed to have been made by a group called Patriots Soar, which was not affiliated with the event organizers.
The outlandish plan involves ousting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and eventually installing Donald Trump in her place.
Donald Trump as Speaker 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, Trump would then take up the presidency again in this highly improbable scenario.
The plan hinges upon Republicans regaining control of the House, which they plan to do by pulling back the curtain on "the horror show" of the Democratic Party, causing groups such as the Black Caucus to "flip" sides.
The card links to a website that elaborates on the madcap scheme to reinstate Trump and claims to have proof connecting the Democratic party to satanic sacrifices.
The messaging alludes to popular QAnon-affiliated conspiracy theories that accuse the Democratic party of secret satanic abuse. A recent study found that around a quarter of Republicans believe that Satan-worshiping pedophiles control the US government.
The conspiracy theory that Trump will soon be reinstated as president has been popularized by prominent supporters, including MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and the lawyer Sidney Powell.
The card also refers to the widely debunked conspiracy theory that the 2020 election was fraudulent, which has been rejected dozens of times in court.
Insider has previously reported that there is no legal path for Trump to be reinstated.
CPAC, an annual gathering of top US conservatives, is taking place in Dallas this weekend. Donald Trump is scheduled to speak on Sunday.
Other speakers include Donald Trump Jr. and other Trump allies such as former Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf and Rep. Madison Cawthorn of North Carolina.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn said President Joe Biden's call to offer COVID-19 vaccines door-to-door could lead to the government taking people's guns and bibles.
Cawthorn, a Republican from North Carolina, was speaking Friday during an interview at the Conservative Political Action Conference event in Dallas, Texas, taking place this weekend. He was speaking with Right Side Broadcasting Network, a conservative media outlet.
"And now they're sort of talking about going door-to-door to be able to take vaccines to the people. The thing about the mechanisms they would have to build to be able to actually execute that massive of a thing," Cawthorn said, in reference to Biden's latest community-based vaccine push.
Biden said Tuesday that offering vaccines door-to-door could help increase vaccination rates as the Delta variant of the coronavirus spreads rapidly in several US states. The US also missed the White House's goal of inoculating 70% of adults by July 4th. As of Friday, nearly 59% of adults were fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.
Biden's remarks on Tuesday drew immediate pushback from some conservatives, including Rep. Lauren Boebert, who called the door-to-door vaccinators "needle Nazis." GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene also made a Nazi reference, calling the vaccinators "medical brown shirts," a reference to Adolf Hitler's militia and paramilitary force.