Trump Trade Advisor Peter Navarro Sues Jan. 6 Committee
Former Trump trade advisor Peter Navarro is filing a lawsuit after the Jan. 6 commission attempted to subpoena him to testify about his alleged role in fomenting the Capitol riot.
Navarro has been accused by the Congressional Jan. 6 committee of working with War Room podcast host Steve Bannon to “develop and implement a plan to delay Congress’s certification of, and ultimately change the outcome of, the November 2020 presidential election.”
In his legal complaint, Navarro names House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, every member of the Jan. 6 committee, and U.S. attorney for Washington, D.C., Matthew Graves as defendants. Navarro is arguing that the commission’s authority is “neither duly authorized nor properly constituted and therefore its legislative acts, including its subpoena issued to me…. are therefore ultra vires, unlawful, and unenforceable.”
Navarro is arguing that the committee’s behavior is setting a dangerous precedent and could inevitably backfire on Democrats who are currently drunk with power after their successful electoral coup in 2020.
“If, in this case, the Committee and Joe Biden are able to effectively establish the principle that an incumbent can strip his predecessor of both executive privilege and testimonial immunity, just imagine what will happen to Joe Biden and his advisers if Republicans win both the White House and House in 2024,” Navarro states. “In fact, I don’t need to imagine this repeat of the strategic game. If I’m not dead or in prison, I will lead the charge.”
Big League Politics has reported on the tremendous overreach of the House Jan. 6 committee since its inception:
“Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) is threatening any individual subpoenaed through the Democrats’ Jan. 6 witch hunt committee that they may face criminal charges if refuse to comply with the committee’s overreaching demands.
Cheney is targeting individuals such as former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, former Trump White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, former Trump White House Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Scavino and former Trump Defense Department official Kash Patel with her threats.
“In general, people are going to have to appear, or, you know, we will move contempt charges against them,” Cheney said.
Cheney has joined up with the Democrats to give them bipartisan cover as they proceed with their Select Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives to paint the mostly-peaceful protest on Jan. 6 as a coordinated terror attack to justify a war on terror police state crackdown in the homeland.”
Navarro is right to fight back against federal tyranny coming from the Democrats and their RINO enablers. Hopefully, for the sake of the rule of law and U.S. Constitution, his lawsuit is successful.