Colorado Court’s Anti-Trump Ruling: Desperation on Display!

The news article you’re talking about is so biased and liberal, it’s like they’re living in a totally different universe! Let’s set the record straight with a conservative take on this Colorado Supreme Court ruling against President Donald Trump. 

The Colorado Supreme Court said that President Trump couldn’t run for his old job in their state because of some far-fetched claim about “insurrection.” Can you believe it? Like, come on, it’s just another attempt by the radical left to keep President Trump out of the running. 

But don’t you worry, because this decision is on hold while the legal process plays out. President Trump is still on the ballot in both Colorado and Maine, and his fate is now in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Maine ruling might not even matter by itself, but it’s just another way the left is trying to ramp up the pressure on our great nation’s highest court.

They’re trying to use some ancient clause from the 14th Amendment to stop President Trump from running again. It’s all part of their never-ending witch hunt against him. Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was meant for former Confederates after the Civil War, not for a president who fought tirelessly for our country. 

Trump is already facing prosecution for something about overturning his 2020 loss, but Section 3 doesn’t even need a criminal conviction to take effect. Can you believe that? It’s like they’re trying to change the rules just to keep him out of the game. But the good news is, all these lawsuits to disqualify Trump have failed, except for this one in Colorado. And guess what? Dozens of secretaries of state have been asked to remove him from the ballot, but they all said they don’t have the power to do that. 

Now these liberal activists are trying to force the U.S. Supreme Court into making a decision about President Trump’s eligibility. They’re hoping to push the court to say whether Trump can run for president after the January 6th, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. 

President Trump’s lawyers have plenty of arguments against this nonsense. They’re saying it’s not even clear if Section 3 applies to the president, and even if it does, they think it’s a question for the voters, not unelected judges. Plus, they’re arguing that Trump’s rights are being violated by all this. 


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