Monday, December 21, 2020

'The Immaculate Deception':

White House trade adviser Navarro’s bombshell report proves (again) Trump WON the election

It has gotten to the point where there is so much evidence proving that President Donald Trump was resoundingly reelected that it’s difficult to document all of it.

Of course, his legal team has uncovered the bulk of it. But post-election analyses have also shown how resounding his victory was, to include winning 18 of the 19 “bellwether” counties around the country a president has won for decades.

How it’s possible for President Trump to achieve that hallmark and not win reelection is virtually impossible to explain — like the fact that his Republican Party also:

— Picked up an additional gubernatorial seat (Montana)

— Won several more House races, handing Democrats their thinnest majority in years

— Expanded the number of GOP-controlled legislatures

Believing that Americans who voted for Republicans in all of the bellwether counties, all of the state legislative races, and nearly two dozen House races the party was supposed to lose — and then choose Joe Biden over Trump for president stretches credulity past the breaking point.

And now, there is even more evidence to prove that the president won reelection handily.

White House trade adviser and economist Peter Navarro has just released a 36-page report documenting all of the election fraud, the voting irregularities, and other pieces of evidence showing the president cruising to reelection.

The report, titled, “The Immaculate Deception: Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities,” notes: 

This report assesses the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by examining six dimensions of alleged election irregularities across six key battleground states. Evidence used to conduct this assessment includes more than 50 lawsuits and judicial rulings, thousands of affidavits and declarations, testimony in a variety of state venues, published analyses by think tanks and legal centers, videos and photos, public comments, and extensive press coverage.

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