Former President Donald Trump's ex-trade advisor, Peter Navarro, is raising eyebrows with his latest product endorsement.
Navarro is currently peddling a $50 dollar board game amplifying Trump's fantasies of widespread election fraud and unproven conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 pandemic. It's called Election 2020, You Decide.
Navarro says in a clip promoting the game:
"Want to know how the Democrats stole the 2020 election? Play the game. Want to know how Tony Fauci likely helped create a deadly virus in a communist Chinese bioweapons lab? Play the game. Want to get to the bottom of the Russia collusion hoax? Yep. Play the game."
He also promises that the board game isn't just an activity, but "an exciting multi-media experience that puts a wealth of videos, news clips, and other documentation at your freedom-loving and truth-seeking fingertips."
Navarro is far from the only Trump ally who's sought to monetize election fraud fantasies and pandemic paranoia. Pillow salesman Mike Lindell has vowed to spend every cent he has to prove the nonexistent election fraud happened—all with the help of donors and supporters who buy his pillows. Former Trump official Steve Bannon sells COVID-19 "defense packs" on his podcast between rants about stolen elections.
But Navarro's latest product endorsement is the one currently generating criticism on social media.
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Meanwhile, Trump's claims that the election was "stolen" from him have been tossed out by courts, debunked by audits, and refuted by his own Justice Department.