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WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) - Part two of the recently published Navarro Report turns on its head the mainstream media narrative of "no evidence of voter fraud" in the 2020 elections.
The 32-page report, titled "The Art of the Steal," documents the Democrat Party's long-planned "Grand Strategy" of increasing absentee and mail-in ballots while decreasing ballot verification to steal the election. Written by trade advisor Peter Navarro, it goes deeper into the modus operandi of the Dems and falls three weeks after his first report, "The Immaculate Deception."
Navarro described in unequivocal terms the upshot of the Dems' strategy that stole the election from Donald Trump — and 75 million voters.
By implementing its Grand 'Stuff the Ballot Box' Strategy, the Democrat Party and its political operatives have strategically gamed one of the most sacred elements of American democracy, our election system. This was brass-knuckle politics played at the highest level, which has delivered a brutal punch to the nose of the American people and a vicious kick to the groin of American democracy.
The report, Navarro explained, "seeks to answer some of the most basic questions now rising in the minds of an American public and an American political leadership increasingly skeptical about the fairness and legitimacy of the 2020 election."
Navarro's report asked:
How did the Democrats pull off its Immaculate Deception without detection and appropriate countermeasures by the Republican Party? When did the Democrats' effort to topple a sitting president start? How much of what the Democrats did was illegal? And how much of what the Democrat Party and its agents did was done within the bounds of the law and rules but nonetheless led to an illegal outcome?
In general, the "key" methods Democrats used "to strategically game America's presidential election" involved "changes in the law approved by state legislatures and rule changes" and "new guidance initiated by secretaries of state or other election officials."
But on a more granular level, he submitted the Dems' strategy targeted the six key battleground states — Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — with a two-pronged strategy.
The first prong increased absentee and mail-in ballots by:
The second prong decreased scrutiny of absentee and mail-in ballots by:
The effect of this one-two punch overwhelmed battleground states with enough illegal absentee and mail-in ballots to turn the tide of "a decisive legal win by President Trump to a narrow and illegitimate alleged 'victory' by Joe Biden."
The Democrat Party did not accomplish this feat without help. Several powerful operatives pitched in, according to Navarro, including Silicon Valley oligarch and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg; Marc Elias, former Hillary Clinton campaign general counsel; and Wall Street oligarch George Soros.
Navarro drilled down on the role Soros played in the upset. He alleged Soros money funded efforts to change election laws and rules and his network of organizations including the "Secretary of State Project" helped to elect "puppet" secretaries of state. The project was set in place in 2006 to get Democrats elected to the offices of secretary of state in battleground states. Michigan's Jocelyn Benson and Pennsylvania's Kathy Boockvar are products of the project and "played instrumental roles in bending or breaking election rules to suit the Grand Strategy," according to the report.
"Useful idiots" from the Republican Party also did their part, according to the report. For example, by entering into a consent decree, Georgia's Republican governor Brian Kemp and Republican secretary of state Brad Raffensperger "dramatically INCREASED the number of absentee and mail-in ballots while dramatically DECREASING the rejection rate of such ballots."
The consent decree, signed by Kemp and Raffensperger at the urging of Stacey Abrams under the guise of protecting minorities and young people, made it impossible to check and match signatures on ballots and envelopes.
"Republican state legislators who voted for the bills that would help the Democrats advance its Grand Strategy likewise were unwitting dupes," he added.
Navarro calls for further action into what he — in a recent interview with Raheem Kasaam of The National Pulse — called "the biggest story of American political history." He argues that, taken together, the Art of the Steal and the Immaculate Deception "make the strong case for a full investigation of the election irregularities and strategic gaming of our political process."
"Any such investigation must begin immediately," he urges, "as this nation simply cannot risk the inauguration of a president who will be perceived by a large segment of the American people as illegitimate."