Judge Sarah Wallace, an appointee of Democrat Gov. Jared Polis, ruled Friday that while Trump did engage in insurrection on January 6, 2021, he was not an officer of the United States as defined by the Fourteenth Amendment, invalidating efforts to disqualify him from the Colorado primary ballot in a narrow victory for the former president.
“The Democrats have been running lawfare and election interference against President Trump since he came down the golden escalator before the 2016 presidential election,” said Mike Davis, founder of the Article III Project, a conservative organization created to defend constitutionalist judges and the rule of law that has been a major player in defending Trump in the public square. “They spied on his presidential campaign. They spied on him as President of the United States. They falsely accused him of Russian collusion. They impeached him twice for nonsense. They indicted him four times for non-crimes. They’re trying to bankrupt his business through a bogus civil fraud lawsuit. They’ve gagged him illegally twice.”
“This is all backfiring. It’s actually propelling President Trump back into the White House.”
Davis called these lawsuits a “legal Hail Mary of just trying to disqualify President Trump from key state ballots so President Biden wins by default.”
He believes the Colorado decision “is a tactical retreat by Democrats” in a battle that is far from over.
“They’re going to do everything they can to chase President Trump off the ballot. They’ve proven that. They felt the political heat so they’re in tactical retreat, but they’ll be back.”
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