In Michigan, Florida, Minnesota, and Colorado, Democrats have lost their court cases to kick Trump off election ballots.
In Michigan, Florida, Minnesota, and Colorado, Democrats have lost their court cases to kick Trump off election ballots. Citing Section 3 of the 14th Amendment that says no person shall hold office if they have “previously taken an oath as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States” and engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution” the Trump-hating leftists are getting quite dismayed that their strategy to boot Trump off the primary and general election ballots for president for what happened on January 6th is not working.
Cases filed by individuals and leftist groups have been knocked down, one after another, with appeals in the works by both Trump and the other parties in different states.
“Experts,” say that the battle is not over though. According to USA Today, some say the decision will ultimately end up in the laps of the Supreme Court Justices (if they decide to take up any of the cases).
According to Forbes, cases are still pending in Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Kansas, Massachusetts, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, South Carolina, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Steven Cheung, Trump's spokesperson, said after the Colorado case ended in a victory for the campaign, “The American voter has a constitutional right to vote for the candidate of their choosing. This right was correctly preserved in Colorado today and we urge the swift disposal of any and all remaining Democrat ballot challenges.”
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