It seems more bad news is rolling in deep for the disgraced, one-term, twice-impeached president after the House Select Committee that is currently investigating the infamous, violent January 6th attack on the Capitol building, perpetrated by Donald Trump’s own rabid supporters, just released a seriously damning text message that was sent to Donald’s then Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, just days before the insurrection.
In a new development in the investigation, the House Panel is now vehemently demanding that former top Trump advisor Peter Navarro speak with them regarding “his role in the attempt to overturn the election.”
Recently, the January 6th House Select Committee put to a vote their decision to hold both Peter Navarro as well as former Trump administration White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications Dan Scavino in contempt of Congress over their refusal, like so many other Trump insiders, to comply with subpoenas from the committee, compelling their testimonies regarding the infamous Capitol riot, as well as the events leading up to the violent attack.
Now, the January 6th House Select Committee has released an extremely damning text message that was allegedly sent to Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on January 3rd, 2020, just a few short days before the siege, and the communication appears as though it is soon to shape up as terrible news for all of the Trump cronies involved.
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“A January 3 text to Mark Meadows,” the Committee prefaced the text message that they say read, “I have details on the call that Navarro helped convene… to delay certification… including that the president participated…”
A January 3 text to Mark Meadows: “I have details on the call that Navarro helped convene… to delay certification… including that the president participated…”
Peter Navarro must speak to the Select Committee about his role in the attempt to overturn the election. pic.twitter.com/3IysjPILye
— January 6th Committee (@January6thCmte) April 1, 2022
The Committee did not reveal who the text message came from.
Much of the House panel’s investigation has surrounded whether or not Donald Trump premeditated the attack, as well as the ex-president’s role in inciting it.
To say that this development is damning would, quite frankly, be a massive understatement.
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