Well, it seems that everyone’s least favorite cat lady let her ‘kitty’ out of the bag, revealing the Deep State’s plans to remove President Trump from the ballot. As you’re probably aware, there are efforts nationwide to disqualify Trump. What’s particularly ironic is that the current regime has imposed sanctions on other countries for similar actions. Yet, when it comes to Trump, it seems anything goes, as long as it leads to his departure. How ‘American’ is that, right? To add to this, Joy Behar recently suggested that to thwart Trump, the left needs legal intervention
Isn’t that something North Korea would do?
And Joy Behar of ABC’s “The View” said the law is being used for the sole purpose of keeping Donald Trump from returning to the presidency.
“The law must defeat him,” Behar said on X in a response to former Republican Rep. Joe Walsh of Illinois who said legal foundations upon which the Colorado Supreme Court decided to ban Trump from being on the Colorado primary ballot are vague.
Walsh, himself a former presidential candidate, created a post on Dec.19, which he said no one would like.
“1. I think Trump committed insurrection, but he hasn’t been convicted of insurrection yet. So this doesn’t seem right,” Walsh wrote.
“2. Because this ‘insurrectionist ban’ is vague, untested, & may not even apply to the presidency, SCOTUS should & will unanimously (9-0) overrule this decision,” Walsh continued.
“3. What the Colorado Supreme Court just did will strengthen Trump politically.
“4. The best and ONLY way to defeat Trump is at the ballot box, not to kick him off the ballot. Defeat him at the ballot box. That’s what’s best for the country,” Walsh concluded.
While wrong on claims of insurrection on the part of Trump, Walsh is correct in calling for the ballot box as the only way to resolve anyone’s problems with the former president.
However, this doesn’t satisfy Joy and her progressive communist counterparts. They’re set on removing Trump, regardless of legal boundaries, and are willing to use every devious tactic available. Ironically, while they portray him as a weak candidate who can be easily defeated, one has to wonder: If that’s truly the case, wouldn’t they actually prefer to run against him