On December 19th, the Supreme Court of Colorado ruled that due to committing insurrection, Donald Trump is ineligible to be President. Because he cannot be President, he should not be on the ballot, according to the Court. This marks the first time in history that a court has removed a presidential candidate from the ballot. The former Republican President will not be on the primary or general election ballots.
Trump disqualified from Colorado ballot by their Supreme Court; why did voters have standing in this case and no one had standing with regards to voter fraud in 2020? It is not 100% clear if the Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling remains stayed until SCOTUS takes the case. Who is really disqualified by the 14th amendment? Is Colorado insurrectionist for not recognizing if Trump were to be elected President? Will SCOTUS even hear this case? Does Trump have any strategy to fight the establishment in these areas?