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Fighting Back: Top Trump Adviser Peter Navarro Says No To Plea Deal

The plea offer that Navarro rejected specified that he admit to one of the two charges and comply with the House subpoena. As a result of pleading guilty, the Justice Department would restrict its sentencing request to a maximum of 30 days in prison, according to federal prosecutors. Without a deal, Navarro faces up to one year in jail for each of the two counts.

Taking A Firm Stand Against Tyranny: Peter Navarro Tells Pelosi’s Coven of Commies to Pound Sand

America must end this two-tiered system of justice created by the Democratic Party Communists, who have recently grabbed power across the board in all our most important institutions if we are to ever restore America and heal Her of all the damage done by these radicals. Those conservative and independent Americans who still love this country must hold the 117th Congress in contempt of America.

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

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.