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Nov 18 2023
As part of the Democrats' multipronged "lawfare" against President Trump to try to prevent him from winning the 2024 presidential election, they are suing in multiple states to keep him from the ballot. They claim that he's an "insurrectionist" and therefore, by the 14th Amendment, barred from public office. That claim comes from their own radical description of the riot that happened on Jan.WND
Aug 28 2023
Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits anyone who has previously taken an oath of office (that is, most current and former public officials) from holding public office if they have “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” against the United States. That raises the question of whether any of the persons who took part in unlawful efforts to block the transition of presidential office inWashington Examiner
May 09 2023
It’s a dead giveaway that the 14th Amendment option is a ridiculous contrivance that pretty much everyone in authority dismissed the idea until now.
The position of the White House on the debt limit may be shifting from “President Joe Biden doesn’t want to compromise” to “President Joe Biden doesn’t have to compromise under the U.S. Constitution.”
The heretofore fringe idea thatRich Lowry
Sep 07 2023
At this point, you can almost smell the desperation in the air on the left as the 2024 primaries approach. In Colorado, the liberal group CREW (hilariously named “Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington”) has filed a lawsuit seeking to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in that state based on a dubious new interpretation of the 14th Amendment. If this move is somehow approved, itHotAir
Apr 29 2022
Voters should decide whether Marjorie Taylor Greene is returned to office, not a bunch of progressive lawyers and activists.
Politics would be a lot simpler if one side could prevent the other from running for office.
The Left believes that Section 3 of the 14th Amendment is a readily available tool to do just that and has been trying to use it to get Republican members ofRich Lowry
Nov 17 2023
A Colorado judge on Friday ruled in favor of former President Donald Trump in a case that had sought to keep him off the state's ballot for allegedly inciting an "insurrection" against the United States. Denver Judge Sarah B. Wallace issued the ruling, asserting that Trump was not ineligible for office under the 14th Amendment, according to the New York Times. Citizens for Responsibility andJust The News
Nov 18 2023
Former President Donald Trump has so far survived several legal efforts seeking to erase his name from state election ballots, a slate of early victories that still could ultimately end up at the Supreme Court. Colorado District Judge Sarah Wallace handed Trump a victory Friday evening when she ordered he is eligible to appear on the state's primary election ballot when they are certified byWashington Examiner
Oct 30 2023
Whether former President Trump instigated the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack is at the core of a Colorado lawsuit seeking to disqualify him from the state’s 2024 ballot under the 14th Amendment’s “insurrection clause.”
Opening remarks in the trial began Monday, where a lawyer for the plaintiffs – Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) and six Colorado voters –The Hill
Nov 18 2023
A judge in Colorado has rejected a challenge filed by a Left-leaning group to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot under the 14th Amendment. On Friday, Colorado Judge Sarah B. Wallace ruled that Trump could not be kicked off the ballot in the state because the insurrection clause of the 14th Amendment did not apply to the presidency. TheThe Daily Wire
Nov 18 2023
Former President Donald Trump's name will remain on the Colorado 2024 presidential primary ballot, a judge ruled Friday.
"The court orders the Secretary of State to place Donald J. Trump on the presidential primary ballot when it certifies the ballot on January 5, 2024," U.S. District Court Judge Sarah B. Wallace wrote in her ruling.
The decision came following a legal challengeFox News (Online News)