Trump Gets Epic Revenge After States Remove Him From Ballot

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In response to the recent removal of former President Donald Trump from the ballots in Colorado and Maine, a bill has been submitted by a Missouri state senator to eliminate President Joe Biden from the state’s 2024 ballot.

“In the wake of formal efforts in 33 states to remove President Donald J. Trump from the ballot, State Senator Bill Eigel will be putting forth legislation that would disqualify Biden from the ballot in Missouri,” Sen. Bill Eigel said in a statement posted to social media.

“By the Democrats’ own standard, Joe Biden should be immediately disqualified and remove from the ballot for the ‘aid and comfort’ he has given our enemies,” Eigel, who is also running for governor of the state, added.

“Our country is being invaded, because Joe Biden has swung our southern border wide open,” he continued. “President Biden has allowed more than 8 million people to stroll across our border illegally, causing more harm to this country than any other president in American history.”

“My legislation exposes the absolute absurdity of Colorado’s and Maine’s decisions to remove President Donald J. Trump from the ballot,” he noted further. “If radical leftists continue to push lies and fairytales in an attempt to kick Trump off the ballot in their states, Republicans have no choice but to buck up and fight back — using the facts to remove Biden from the ballot before he destroys this country even further.”

“Democrats only believe in democracy when it favors them — let’s expose their double standard hypocrisy,” the statement went on. “We must stand our ground to protect the security of our nation and the sovereignty of our people.”

In his statement, Eigel declared that he is currently the sole candidate from the Missouri GOP running for governor who has publicly supported Trump’s campaign for election.

The U.S. Supreme Court granted an emergency appeal from Trump’s attorneys on Friday, following the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to prohibit him from being on the state’s ballot last month.

According to Fox News, the Supreme Court has set a deadline of January 31 for the submission of all briefs related to the issue. Furthermore, the court has scheduled oral arguments to be heard on February 8.

“The petition for a writ of certiorari is granted. The case is set for oral argument on Thursday, February 8, 2024,” the decision said. “Petitioner’s brief on the merits, and any amicus curiae briefs in support or in support of neither party, are to be filed on or before Thursday, January 18, 2024.”

Simultaneously, the supreme court granted a suspension of Colorado’s directive, directing the secretary of state in that state to reinstate Trump’s name on the ballot until the ultimate ruling in the lawsuit.

The Colorado court disqualified Trump from standing for political office based on the 14th Amendment’s prohibition on “officers” of the United States having participated in “insurrection”. According to Fox News, the Supreme Court justices are expected to deliberate on the interpretation of the term “engaged in insurrection” in order to reach their judgments.

Simultaneously, a lawsuit seeking to eliminate Trump and Republican Sen. Cynthia Lummis from election ballots was denied by a judge in a Wyoming district court. This development prompted Wyoming Republican Secretary of State Chuck Gray to express jubilation, as reported by Fox on Friday.

In November, Tim Newcomb, a former attorney, initiated a legal action known as Newcomb v. Chuck Gray, by filing a case with the Albany County District Court. The objective of this litigation is to exclude the possibility of Donald Trump and Cynthia Lummis appearing on future election ballots. He contended that they were “traitors” to the Constitution with respect to the January 6, 2021, disturbance at the U.S. Capitol Building.

“I am extremely pleased with Judge Westby’s decision to dismiss Mr. Newcomb’s outrageously wrong and repugnant lawsuit to remove Donald Trump and Cynthia Lummis from the ballot in Wyoming,” Gray said in a press release provided to Fox News Digital.

“I have been working to make sure that Donald Trump will be able to be on the ballot, and I am happy our motion to dismiss this lawsuit was granted. I will continue to fight against this nationwide effort in order to protect the integrity of our elections and ensure that the people of Wyoming can choose who to elect for themselves,” Gray added.


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