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Why Peter Navarro is on the Biden Administration’s Hit List

Peter Navarro is a brave and genuine American patriot.  He took it upon himself in he chaos of the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential Election to organize, clarify, and present the myriad of evidence of voting irregularities in six swing states.  He published two reports, one as early as December 2020 called The Immaculate Deception, that gave the number and type of suspicious and invalid votes, by state. The states in which election anomalies are investigated, explained, and reported are Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

At the time, snippets of information were emerging from testimony on affidavits of those who participated in the election, or in the fraud, unwittingly, and came forward to report to Giuliani and Ellis, Trump’s attorneys, on what they witnessed.  Giuliani’s representation of Trump got his law license revoked.  This voting information included unconstitutional election law changes, a postal employee’s report of post-dating of invalid ballots by others at the US Postal Service, allegations of election machine internet capability and connectivity, reports of vote flipping by the election machines in Antrim County Michigan, reports of election workers passing the same batch of ballots through scanners multiple times, illegal transport of a truckload of ballots across state lines to Pennsylvania, abuse of poll watchers, reports of training videos for election workers to make them hostile and abusive to Republican poll watchers, cardboard installed to obstruct the view of poll watchers, declarations by candidates that people should move, temporarily, to states to vote, and so change, likely election results, and many more things that should not have occurred in a “free and fair” election.

These “snippets” were raining down on a population that knew something went very wrong with the 2020 “COVID-safe” election.  Jane Fonda said it best when she declared that COVID was God’s gift to democrats.

The January 6th committee knows that Peter Navarro is dangerous as an advisor to Congress post-November 2022.  He knows too much.  He wants to assist with the impeachments of officials responsible for subverting our democratic republic: those who failed to comply with their oaths to defend our constitution, and those who are not acting in good faith, with the best interests of American citizens at heart. His facts are incontrovertible.

In conjunction with True the Vote’s and Dinesh DeSouza’s cell ping evidence revealing 2000 paid “mules” each transporting many ballots to ten or more drop boxes, than which can possibly be legitimate, Navarro’s analysis and understanding of the election anomalies are now just a fraction of the total. Also, recall that Cyber Ninja’s forensic audit in Arizona yielded more than enough evidence to show that the legitimate winner could not be determined in Arizona because the number of illegal ballots counted greatly exceeded the margin of victory for Biden.

Navarro’s indictment came on the heels of his lawsuit alleging that the January 6th committee does not have the authority it purports to have.  Its purpose was to serve to enhance the legitimacy of the Committee’s prime time sham to present its findings this Thursday evening.

By Jennifer Mitchell Towner

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Jennifer Mitchell Towner worked in the computer industry from 1979 to 1998. Under a program called Encorps, she became a high school math, French, and Consumer Finance teacher in 2009, retiring in 2019. She holds two BAs from U.C. Berkeley in Math and French and an MBA from Stanford University. The books she published in 2021, Good Boots and Kipper the Nipper are on Amazon.

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