by Sharon Rondeau
(Jan. 14, 2021) — “Volume Three” of a series released Thursday by White House Trade Adviser Dr. Peter K. Navarro begins with the conclusion, “Yes, President Trump won” and details “The Case, Evidence, & Statistical Receipts” from the six key “battleground” states of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Georgia and Nevada.
The report was written by Navarro “as a private citizen,” it states at the bottom of the home page containing all three reports above a contact form.
The previous two volumes of the study, titled, “The Immaculate Deception” and “The Art of the Steal,” respectively, documented six distinct kinds of “election irregularities” which Navarro said led to “a decisive Trump victory” transformed into “a narrow alleged Biden ‘win.'”
In Volume Two, Navarro opened with, “The Democrat Party and its political operatives, with the unwitting aid of ‘useful idiots’ from the Republican Party, stole the presidential election from Donald J. Trump.”
Increasing the number of absentee ballots and minimizing scrutiny of same “resulted in a FLOOD of potentially illegal ballots into the battleground states more than sufficient to tip the scales from a decisive legal win by President Trump to a narrow and potentially illegitimate alleged ‘victory’ by Joe Biden,” Navarro contended.
In a chart on page 3 containing 26 categories of illegal votes cast, Navarro reported that in Georgia, more than 300,000 absentee ballots were honored which were “requested before & after [the] statutory deadline.”
There were more than 10,000 deceased voters whose names registered a ballot in the state, according to the report.
In Wisconsin, more than 200,000 voters cast ballots claiming they were “indefinitely confined,” which Navarro described as an “abuse” of the privilege to use an absentee ballot and which the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled last month violated state law when Dane County Municipal Clerks permitted the use of the ballots universally due to the coronavirus without voters presenting identification.
The court’s decision is referenced on page 9 of the report.
The case was filed September 29, 2020, well before the presidential election, by the Wisconsin Republican Party.
In Arizona, more than 36,000 “non-citizen voters” cast ballots, the report said, and 4,000 in Nevada.
In Michigan, there were nearly 28,000 ballots requested in the name of others “without consent,” Navarro reported.
The totals of “possible illegal votes” yields numbers many times more than Biden’s declared “victory” over Trump in all six states, the chart concludes.
In “concluding remarks” on page 11, Navarro wrote, “Based on this third and final volume of The Navarro Report, and as Figure Eight demonstrates, it should be clear that there are far more questions raised about the potential illegality of the 2020 presidential election than have been answered. Clearly, the case, evidence, and statistical receipts presented in this report provide a strong case that the 2020 election may well have been stolen not just from President Trump but also from the 74 million Americans who went to the ballot box in good faith in support of President Trump.”
He also criticized the “Democrat Party and its leadership, or journalists in the mainstream media, or RINO Republicans” for maintaining that no “irregularities” took place during the election. “That’s absurd on its face. As this report shows, there is an abundance of evidence – a virtual cornucopia of potentially poisonous election irregularities,” he wrote on page 11.
On page 12, while accepting “a peaceful transfer of power,” Navarro called for “a FULL investigation of this matter” in two ways: the appointment of a special counsel by the Justice Department; and state-level investigations by legislatures and attorneys general.
“Absent a full investigation, we as a nation run the risk of institutionalizing a rigged electoral system in which a large segment of America will no longer have faith in. That’s why clearing the air about the 2020 presidential election is not just about Donald J. Trump but rather about something much larger and of far more import —the future of our election system, the public perception of that system, and ultimately the future of our free and democratic Republic,” Navarro concluded.