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Donald Trump Jr Visits Peter Navarro in Prison Amid Legal Battle

In the latest twist in the ongoing saga of former Trump officials versus the Swamp Monsters, Donald Trump Jr. paid a visit to Peter Navarro, the ex-Trump trade advisor who’s taking a brief break in the slammer for sticking it to Congress. Navarro got himself in hot water for giving the middle finger to a congressional subpoena from that shady House January 6 select committee.

Now, old Navarro is cooling his heels in the big house after being convicted of flipping off Congress not once, but twice. He tried to pull a fast one by begging the Supreme Court to save him from the clink, but they shut him down faster than a politician dodging a tough question.

But fear not, folks, because in comes Donald Trump Jr. riding in on his conservative stallion to show some support for his buddy Navarro. The Junior Trumpster made a pit stop at the gray walls of the federal prison to boost Navarro’s spirits and let the world know, “Hey, I got your back, buddy.”

According to sources spilling the tea to the media, Trump Jr. reported that Navarro is keeping his chin up and sticking to his guns, believing he got a raw deal from the powers that be. Meanwhile, Navarro ain’t just twiddling his thumbs in the clink. He’s using his time to chat about his new book, “The New MAGA Deal,” and his ongoing battle against the swamp creatures infesting Washington.

Navarro didn’t hold back, spewing fire and brimstone about being thrown to the wolves by the Democrat bigwigs, who couldn’t handle his uncensored truth bombs. He took a swipe at the Department of Justice for playing dirty politics, claiming he’s the sacrificial lamb in a twisted game of Swamp vs. Trump.

As Navarro faces his time in the clink, he’s not just fighting for his own hide. Nope, he’s waving the flag for the Constitution, shouting from the rooftops about the sanctity of executive privilege and the separation of powers. He’s not going down without a fight, rallying the troops to stand firm for the MAGA cause and win back the White House in 2024.

In the end, Navarro’s battle cry echoes through the prison walls – it’s not a plea for sympathy, but a call to arms for all those who believe in the red, white, and blue. So, grab your popcorn, folks, ’cause this show ain’t over ’til the Swamp sings!

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