A Fuming Peter Navarro Is Seen For The First Time Since His Indictment, Has Meltdown Over Being “Handcuffed And Shackled”


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Today, one of Donald Trump’s most loyal allies and former administration official Peter Navarro found out the hard way that the January 6th House Select Committee that’s currently investigating the infamous, deadly Capitol attack is officially fed up and finished with the “f*cking around” part of this investigation, and they’re now steamrolling forward with the “find out” portion.

In a new statement just released by the United States Department of Justice, the devout Trump ally has now officially been indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of contempt of Congress hailing from his outright and ongoing refusal to comply with congressional subpoenas issued against him by the House Select Committee.

This news came on the heels of Navarro making it crystal clear to anyone who would listen that he refused to comply with the subpoena “in any way.” He is now reaping the consequences of that decision.

Consequences that the DOJ noted could carry “a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of one year in jail, as well as a fine of up to $100,000. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after considering the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.”

The indictment was so surprising that it even seemed to rattle ole Matt Gaetz when he was airing his podcast live today.

But folks, let me tell you, no one was as rattled as ole Peter himself.

In video footage that’s spreading like wildfire on social media, Navarro reacts to his day outside the courthouse and boy, he is not a happy camper. His facial expressions alone are more than enough to show that:

“What they did to me today violated the Constitution!” he screamed.

Pretty sure an attempted coup did too, buddy.

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