The 6th of January riot resulted in a grand jury subpoena against Peter Navarro, former Trump White House aide.
The ex-Trump trade advisor filed a lawsuit challenging a jury subpoena that would force him to testify about the riot that happened January 6th.
Navarro was accused of working with Steve Bannon to “develop and implement a plan to delay Congress’s certification of, and ultimately change the outcome of, the November 2020 presidential election,” according to Politico.
Navarro will be representing himself, arguing that the January 6 committee is “neither duly authorized nor properly constituted and therefore its legislative acts, including its subpoena issued to me…. are therefore ultra vires, unlawful, and unenforceable.”
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He wrote that last week, “two FBI special agents banged loudly on my door in the early morning hours to present me with a fruit of the poisonous tree Grand Jury Subpoena.”
He focused on how the subpoena was “including but not limited to any communications with formal President Trump and/or his counsel or representative.”
A grand jury subpoena against Navarro be the harshest step taken against the Trump White House in relation to the Jan. 6 riot, Politico reported.
In his filing, Navarro mentions what would happen if the committee prevails and Democrats are no longer in power. Read more here…