Peter Navarro, assistant to the president, director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, and the national Defense Production Act policy coordinator, is urging Georgia officials to delay the Senate runoff election by a month, citing widespread concerns in the state over election irregularities.
Navarro, released a report on Dec. 17, titled The Immaculate Deception, in which he concluded that the allegations of irregularities are substantial enough to overturn the election results.
Navarro’s report highlighted six key areas of irregularities in the election in the states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Georgia.
Navarro said Georgia encountered problems in all six categories and such issues need to be resolved prior to the upcoming Senate runoffs in order to restore confidence among the electorate, otherwise millions of voters will lose faith in future elections.
“We got to move that election to February,” Navarro told Just The News on Tuesday, Dec. 23, “because everything that I described in my chart … that matrix, every single check mark in those six dimensions, it is a cesspool. And they are doubling down on everything they did wrong in the first election.”
“This is just going to be tough,” he said. “But if we get to Inauguration Day, and we inaugurate an illegal and illegitimate president, in the eyes of the public, and based on the evidence, this is not going to be pretty for years to come.”
Georgia’s Senate runoffs scheduled for Jan. 5 will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate as Republicans have secured 50 seats and Democrats 48.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has said he believes that elections in the state are reliable, despite lawsuits filed in the state and witnesses testifying of widespread voting irregularities.
Raffensperger acknowledged on Wednesday, Dec. 23, that the absentee vote favors illegal elections and joined the call to eliminate the practice. He announced that results of the signature verification audit should be released by Wednesday or Thursday.
Among stunning evidence of irregularities in the state that has emerged recently, was a video revealing concerns over counting processes at the State Farm Arena center in Atlanta. Georgia State Senate’s Election Law Study Subcommittee found evidence of illegal activity perpetrated by election workers at the center on Nov. 3 and 4.
“The events at the State Farm Arena are particularly disturbing because they demonstrated intent on the part of election workers to exclude the public from viewing the counting of ballots, an intentional disregard for the law. The number of votes that could have been counted in that length of time was sufficient to change the presidential election results and the senatorial contests,” it wrote in a report.
“Furthermore, there appears to be coordinated illegal activities by election workers themselves who purposely placed fraudulent ballots into the final election totals,” it added.
Citing testimony from witnesses in sworn affidavits, the Georgian State Legislature Committee is recommending the decertification of the 2020 election’s results in the state.
“The Legislature should carefully consider its obligations under the U.S. Constitution. If a majority of the General Assembly concurs with the findings of this report, the certification of the Election should be rescinded and the General Assembly should act to determine the proper Electors to be certified to the Electoral College in the 2020 presidential race,” the committee’s final report said.
“Since time is of the essence, the chairman and senators who concur with this report recommend that the leadership of the General Assembly and the governor immediately convene to allow further consideration by the entire General Assembly,” it added.