A news item reports former Trump administration official Peter Navarro saying he had agreements with over 100 congressmen to aid in subverting the electoral collage vote on January 6th, 2020.
“We spent a lot of time lining up over 100 congressmen, including some senators. It started out perfectly. At 1 p.m., Gosar and Cruz did exactly what was expected of them,” Navarro told The Daily Beast. “It was a perfect plan. And it all predicated on peace and calm on Capitol Hill. We didn’t even need any protestors, because we had over 100 congressmen committed to it.”
Since my representative has a history of signing onto efforts to overturn my vote in that election, I wrote him a letter today to inquire about the news.
Dear Rep. Tim Walberg,
I know you signed on to the brief in support of the Texas lawsuit to overturn Michigan’s 2020 presidential election results because that is a public document.
However, I do not yet know whether you were one of the cooperating congressmen involved in Peter Navarro’s “Green Bay Sweep” operation intended to invalidate the electoral college results and throw the presidential selection to the House of Representatives. I imagine that information will eventually come out, so could you go ahead and either confirm that you were part of that, or deny being part of that?
As my representative, I’d like for you to support Rep. Cori Bush’s HR-25:
“(1) the Committee on Ethics shall investigate, and issue a report on, whether any and all actions taken by Members of the 117th Congress who sought to overturn the 2020 Presidential election violated their oath of office to uphold the Constitution or the Rules of the House of Representatives, and should face sanction, including removal from the House of Representatives; …”
In summary, I’d like an answer on the question regarding Navarro’s conspiracy, and action on Rep. Bush’s resolution.
Thank in advance,
Wesley R. Elsberry, Ph.D.