(Tea Party PAC) – Former advisor and close trusted confidant to President Donald Trump, Peter Navarro, joined Steve Bannon’s War Room this week where he spilled the tea on the administration’s final days.
And those who betrayed Trump from within.
He made a damning revelation about Chief of Staff to Vice President Mike Pence, Marc Short (pictured at top), who he said is part of the Koch machine and was actively working against President Trump.
Navarro described Short as “not a good guy.”
“You start with Marc Short is a tool of the Koch Brothers. Who are the Koch brothers? They’re worth $50 billion. David died last year but the network lives. The Koch brothers are the biggest anti-MAGA movement in the whole entire Republican Party. They were dedicated, both in 2016 and 2020, to wipe out President Trump because they love the tax breaks, they love the deregulation, but what they don’t love is everything for the deplorables, the fair trade, the secure borders and defense spending…” Navarro began.
Navarro declared that the last thing the Kochs want is to pay “another dime” to the “deplorables,” i.e., you and me, the regular, everyday Americans who love the Trump platform and traditional American values.
Short “failed as a legislative director, he failed running the task force for the Vice President, but he did tremendous damage because what he would always do is block whatever MAGA things that wanted to get done. He really was responsible for some of the failures of that task force to move,” Navarro said.
He explained that Short had been trying to get Pence to be President of the United States and, were that to fail, he could “at least be rich.”
“So that’s his mission…but Mike Pence basically left the Presidential race on January 6th,” he explained.
It was on that day that Short decided to turn on the administration in which he served.
He says that Short “was the guy who prevented” the six key swing states under scrutiny during the 2020 election to be properly examined.
This video is a must-watch:
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