Supreme Court's Response to 14th Amendment Case Leads to Speculation of Unanimous Pro-Trump Ruling - EVOL

Democrats are now in panic mode after the Supreme Court strongly suggested that it would reject efforts to remove President Donald Trump from the ballot in 2024.

The skepticism of justices across the ideological spectrum has led to speculation that Trump could even win the case unanimously.

Liberals have argued that it is self-evident that Trump engaged in “insurrection” on January 6, 2021.

Democrats are using this false assertion to demand that Trump should be disqualified under an obscure clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

In a narrow ruling last year, the Democrat justices on the Colorado Supreme Court decided that Trump is not eligible.

But the U.S. Supreme Court saw more complexity – and danger – in the matter during two hours of oral arguments Thursday.

President Trump has argued that removing him from the ballot would unleash “bedlam” and step on the rights of voters to make their own choices.

The Supreme Court echoed Trump’s concerns while questioning whether the Fourteenth Amendment was even intended to apply to former presidents like Trump.

In a surprising twist, Ketanji Brown Jackson, a Biden appointee, pressed the lawyer for Colorado, Jason Murray, on the 14th Amendment’s ambiguous language.

“The thing that



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