Recalling her own court struggle to remain on the 2022 Republican primary ballot, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) told Breitbart News that ‘pompous assholes’ cannot take former President Donald Trump off the ballot.
The report shows the media, the academic community, and Democrat-aligned organizations have proposed a plan to prevent Trump from appearing on state primary ballots. They claim that Trump acted in insurrection or rebellion and provided aid or comfort to the enemy on January 6th, making him ineligible to run for president per Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
Greene said that because she won her lawsuit, there is precedence there. We must keep reminding all these smug a-holes in the mainstream press that they tried this once and failed.
A court rejected a Democrat-created scheme to remove Greene off the 2022 Georgia Republican primary ballot for claimed conduct related to January 6. The court concluded that the Democrats failed to prove that Greene violated the 14th Amendment by engaging in insurrection or rebellion or providing aid or comfort to the enemy.
A report shows that Arizona Secretary of State and previous cartel lawyer Adrian Fontes allegedly questioned Trump’s ability to run for reelection in 2024.
The 14th Amendment, Section 3 of the United States Constitution, provides that a public person may be excluded from office if they have participated in an insurrection or a revolt against the United States.
Trump is not accused of insurrection or rebellion charges against the United States.
Adrian Fontes has verified that he does not possess the ability to prevent Trump from appearing on the ballot. The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that the federal government is unable to enforce Section 3 of the 14th Amendment since there is no corresponding legislative procedure.
A Florida attorney had filed a federal lawsuit, arguing that Trump should be disqualified from the 2024 election ballot on the grounds that he had incited a revolution.
US District Judge Robin Rosenberg for the Southern District of Florida found that Lawrence Caplan’s law firm did not have jurisdiction to file the claim. A citizen does not have the standing to contest whether another person is competent to hold public office.