Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito asked one question about Trump that changed everything

Feb 14, 2024

George Soros funded groups have been spearheading Democrats’ efforts to stop Donald Trump returning to the Presidency.

They refuse to back down and have taken it all the way to the highest levels.

But Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito asked one question about Trump that changed everything.

Soros-funded Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) funded the lawsuit out in Colorado to ban Trump from the ballot, saying Section 3 of the 14th Amendment disqualified Trump from office because he engaged in insurrection.

Four Democrat Judges on the Colorado State Supreme Court ruled that Trump’s conduct on January 6 constituted an insurrection and removed his name from the state’s March 5 primary ballot.

Trump appealed to the Supreme Court.

Within minutes of oral arguments starting, it quickly became clear that all the “resistance” legal analysts that CNN and MSNBC put on the air claiming this was a slam dunk case were right.

But not in the way they thought.

A major bi-partisan rebuke

Even liberal Justices Ketanji Brown Jackson and Elena Kagan expressed hostility to the idea that partisan actors at the state level could decide the Presidential election by banning a candidate from the ballot.

Justice Samuel Alito got to the heart of the matter when he asked plaintiff’s attorney Jason Murray if the court agreed with his client’s claims that Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was self-executing and the State of Colorado could decide to remove Trump’s name from the ballot – how that would open the door to nationwide chaos as every state could decide what constitutes insurrection.

Alito specifically pointed to the line of Section 3 about “giving aid and comfort to the enemy.”

Justice Alito essentially wanted Murray to answer why Republicans wouldn’t ban Joe Biden from the ballot for insurrection over Biden’s decision to release frozen funds to Iran, where leaders call the United States “the Great Satan” and use the money to fund terrorist activities.

“Suppose there’s a country that proclaims again and again and again that the United States is its biggest enemy and suppose that  the president of the United States for diplomatic  reasons think that it’s in the best interests of the United States to provide funds or release funds so that they can be used by that — by that country.  Could a state determine that that person has given aid and comfort to the enemy and, therefore, keep that person off the ballot?” Alito asked.

Murray’s response basically boiled down to saying the Supreme Court would step in and stop it because the act of insurrection applies to Donald Trump and Donald Trump only, and the courts should never allow this precedent to be applied to a Democrat.

Looking for one weird trick

Even Since Donald Trump won in 2016, his opponents have hunted around for “one weird trick” to block him from being President.

Section 3 of the 14th Amendment was just the latest “resistance” fantasy.

But the Supreme Court isn’t suicidal, and the Justices understood the Soros-funded CREW was asking them to end democracy in America.

24/7 Politics will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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