More bad news for Peter Navarro

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While the Jan 6 Committee has succeeded in getting all of the major news networks to air coverage of the hearings, which are to include the testimony of high ranking members of the former guy’s administration and refresh the public’s memories of the horrific insurrection that took place that day just as primary season is in full swing and a midterm election is in five months. I should say all of the major networks with a few obvious key exceptions – particularly Fox News that regularly brags about its reputation for being the most-watched news network.

This has led to a lot of complaining on our side by people who should be celebrating the fact that the media considers these hearings newsworthy enough to air the hearings on every network. They’re also not the only way that word of what happened that day can get out to the general public – which is why an anti-Trump group, the Republican Accountability Project has already begun an ad campaign titled “187 Minutes to Respond” – citing the forgotten Green Bay Sweep memo once mentioned by Peter Navarro, who is now back in the news for unfortunate reasons.


The video doesn’t spare anyone – detailing how Republican leadership was complicit each step of the way in the attacks, all the way up to Mike Pence’s tally of the votes. Democratic candidates this year need to be the same way – forcing their Republican opponents to make their stance on what happened that day known. It’s also why winning in 2022 is absolutely crucial.

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