Joe Biden’s lawfare against Donald Trump backfired.
But Democrats always had a backup plan in place.
And now this judge’s ruling just set the wheels in motion on the Democrats’ contingency plan to stop Donald Trump.
Donald Trump is facing 91 criminal charges across four politically-charged indictments handed down by Democrat prosecutors as part of Joe Biden’s lawfare against him.
The indictments have only made Donald Trump stronger and more popular, with polls now showing him leading Joe Biden in a head-to-head matchup.
But Democrats have a backup plan to stop Donald Trump should the criminal charges fail to get the job done.
Since the events at the Capitol on January 6, Democrats and their allies in the media have pushed the narrative that Donald Trump led an insurrection and tried to overthrow the government and end democracy in America.
And now Democrats are trying to use this same narrative to stop Donald Trump from winning the White House in 2024.
Left-wing legal professors and scholars are pushing a novel theory by trying to use the insurrection clause of the 14th Amendment to keep Donald Trump’s name off the ballot in several states and thus prevent him from being able to win the necessary electoral college votes required to be elected President.
In Colorado, a George Soros-funded legal group filed a lawsuit to kick Trump off the ballot under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection clause.
Of course, the 14th Amendment was ratified after the War Between the States and was meant to prevent officers and Confederate soldiers from holding federal office.
But a Democrat-appointed Judge just denied an appeal by the Trump campaign to throw out the lawsuit blocking him from appearing on the ballot in Colorado.
“The Court DENIES Donald J. Trump’s Motion to Dismiss filed September 22, 2023, DENIES CRSCC’s Motion to Dismiss Pursuant to
Colorado Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(5), GRANTS Petitioners’ Motion to Dismiss Intervenor’s First Claim for Relief under C.R.C.P. 12(b)(1), and DENIES CRSCC’s Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings Under Rule 12/Judgment as a Matter of Law Under Rule 56,” the Judge wrote. “The Court will address Intervenor Trump’s 14th Amendment Motion to Dismiss under separate cover.”
Trump’s campaign still has one more motion pending to throw out the case.
However, if that motion is denied, the trial will begin on October 30 with the Democrat-appointed Judge presiding over it.
If the Colorado case goes forward, Democrats will make the same move in every state and use it as the legal precedent to remove Trump from the ballot.
And what happens in this case could determine Trump’s political future.