Once again, the Deep State is not only going after President Trump: They will go after every single American who dares to commit the “crime” of supporting him in his quest to Make America Great Again.

The latest victim of this systematic persecution is Peter Navarro, President Trump’s former trade adviser, who was just found guilty of the political crime of “contempt of Congress” for refusing to appear before Nancy Pelosi’s un-select committee on January 6th. With the same charges they threw at Steve Bannon, Navarro now faces a sentence of 4 months in prison for simply refusing to genuflect before the Democrats’ star chamber of political theater.

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As I said in my most recent appearance on Bannon’s “War Room,” this is just the latest indication of the Left’s desire to dehumanize their entire operation; from making it a crime to not bow before our political leaders, to The Atlantic’s reprehensible description of President Trump as “a cancer” that needs to be killed, they are preparing to throw our entire country over a cliff just to maintain their obsessive grip on power.

The fight is now. The fight has already begun, and it involves all of us. Defeat is not an option.


Former Trump advisor Peter Navarro found guilty of contempt of Congress by DC jury

By Hannah Nightingale

Quick - Do This Before Biden “Fixes” Your Retirement Plan Next …

On Thursday, former Trump economic advisor Peter Navarro was found guilty of contempt of Congress.

According to The Hill, the jury deliberation lasted around five hours. The trial began on Tuesday.

Navarro faced two counts of contempt of Congress that were handed down by a grand jury in June of 2022 for allegedly not complying with a subpoena issued by the House Select Committee on January 6.

Shortly after the verdict was read, Navarro’s lawyer, Stan Woodward, called for a mistrial, claiming that jurors had gone outside during their break and were exposed to protestors holding January 6-related signs.

Prosecutors said they didn’t see any protestors outside the exit the jurors reportedly used.

US District Judge Amit Mehta said he would not rule on a mistrial until evidence was produced, which the defense said they were collecting.

Jurors had to rule whether prosecutors proved four elements: that Navarro was subpoenaed, the information the committee sought was pertinent to the investigation, that Navarro failed to comply with the subpoena, and that the failure to comply was “willful.”

During closing arguments, Woodward said that the government showed no evidence as to where Navarro was the day his deposition was set to take place, saying that this left room for reasonable doubt that he didn’t “willfully” ignore the subpoena.”

Read the original article at Post Millennial