President Donald Trump has fought over the long haul against the deep state, both Republicans and Democrats, and now an unfair and not-free election might finally do him in, according to White House trade and manufacturing Director Peter Navarro on Sunday.
“If we get an illegitimate and illegal president in Joe Biden on inauguration day without him being cleared of being president by illegal votes,” Navarro continued to host John Catsimatidis, “this country will make or break itself based on how this is handled. I do not have a high confidence in our institutions at this point that they are going to handle this well.
“This is a problem that needs to be investigated or this country is going to be in deep, deep trouble.”Voter Fraud,
Navarro noted Trump as a political outsider has enemies in the deep state in both Republicans and Democrats in government who are career officials seeking to maintain their own power and authority.
“I’ve seen the deep state,” Navarro said. I’ve looked it in the eye. It’s these bureaucrats who [were] around long before we were there and after we’re gone. But it was also some of the people that we appointed that we shouldn’t have appointed.
“The Rex Tillersons, the Jim Mattises, the John Boltons: The people who really never believed in Trump economic nationalism, the Fair trade, the secure borders, the emphasis on American manufacturing.”
Dick Morris: Trump Winning the ‘Argument’ on Voter Fraud
Despite massive resistance to rooting out election and voter fraud, President Donald Trump is winning the “argument” for a potential run in 2024, according to presidential political strategist Dick Morris on Newsmax TV.
“If Trump is not inaugurated and has to run again in 2024, having won this argument about 2020 is a very important thing, particularly if he can substantiate and lend more credence to the idea that China was behind a lot of the errors and theft,” Morris told “The Cats Roundtable” on WABC 770 AM-N.Y.
Morris pointed to the polling of Americans who believe there is evidence of voter fraud in this election, telling host John Catsimatidis that Trump will not overturn the election, but he can set himself up for a strong 2024 case.
“Trump is finally getting some traction on his charges,” Morris said. “He is winning the large argument, which is incredible, because the media is opposing him at every turn. Every time he says anything, they say ‘discredited,’ ‘unsubstantiated,’ ‘disproven.'”
Morris considers complicit media hyperbole.
“Just by calling accusations names does not disprove them,” Morris said. “They are losing this fight. That has great significance for the election of 2020, but it has a larger significance for 2024.”