White House trade advisor Peter Navarro says that he’s seen the Deep State up close and personal, and it’s not attractive.
Phoning-in to The Cats Roundtable, a New York City radio show, Navarro assailed America Last unelected, globalist federal bureaucrats who sought to undermine Trump administration’s policies, some whom reflected bad hires by the president.
“I’ve seen the Deep State,” Navarro said. “I’ve looked it in the eye. It’s these bureaucrats who [were] around long before we were there and after we’re gone. But it was also some of the people we appointed that we shouldn’t have appointed…”
“The people who really never believed in Trump’s economic nationalism, fair trade, the secure borders, the emphasis on American manufacturing.” Navarro added.
What sets Trump from these out-of-touch elitists is that the POTUS “spent his formative years on construction sites, and not in boardrooms,” Navarro insisted.
Economist Navarro, who assisted the president in a much-needed leveling of the playing field on trade with China and other countries, mentioned Rex Tillerson, the ex-secretary of state, former Sectary of Defense Gen. Jim Mattis, and John Bolton as exemplars of the swamp.
Peter Navarro’s appearance on the show was prompted by his 36-page report, which includes 147 footnotes, called The Immaculate Deception in which he describes President Trump’s insurmountable lead on Election Night evaporating in “an astonishing reversal of Trump fortune.”
— Peter Navarro (@RealPNavarro) December 17, 2020
In analyzing the six key battleground states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, the Navarro report identifies these potential irregularities:
- outright voter fraud
- ballot mishandling
- contestable process fouls
- equal protection clause violations
- voting machine irregularities
- significant statistical anomalies
Navarro told the radio host that his goal is to prompt a full investigation of the improprieties before Inauguration Day and refute the corporate media narrative (that generally suggests that no “widespread” fraud occurred).
“This is a problem that needs to be investigated or this country is going to be in deep, deep trouble,” he declared.
“We’re supposed to be the greatest democracy, not only in the world, but also in history, and if we can’t run a fair election, then this republic will not stand.
“If we get an illegitimate and illegal president in Joe Biden on Inauguration Day without him being cleared of these possibilities of being president by illegal votes…this is history in the making. This country will make or break itself based on how this is handled. And I do not have a high confidence in our institutions at this point that they will handle this well.”
To date, the courts have been very skittish, to say the least, about adjudicating Election 2020-related disputes.
Navarro further discussed his report, which he produced on his own time, with FNC’s Jesse Watters on Watters’ World. According to Navarro, what occurred was, among other things, a “coordinated Democrat strategy. Stuff the ballot box with often-dubious mail-in and absentee ballots.”
Watch the entire interview embedded below and draw your own conclusions:
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