The Colorado Supreme Court has ruled that former President Donald Trump is barred from appearing on Colorado’s 2024 primary ballot. The ruling upheld a decision by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, who had been sued by two Republican voters who argued that her action violated the state’s election law. In a unanimous ruling, the court said Griswold had followed the letter of the law when she concluded that Trump was not qualified for the ballot, pointing to the former president’s involvement in the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol. “We focus on the statute’s plain language, which empowers the secretary in her discretion to evaluate whether an individual is or is not fit for office,” the court said.
The unsparing anti-impeachment op-ed by the GOP’s Ken Buck betrays two core ideas: that impeachment is purely partisan and a weapon of the left and that the impeachment process shouldn’t be used against a sitting president. Buck argues that Democratic efforts to remove President Trump from office lack due process and fairness, suggesting that the […]
On April 16, 2021, U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) filed a motion to oust House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Gaetz’s motion cites a “lack of principled leadership” from McCarthy as a reason for the ousting. Gaetz’s motion came in the wake of McCarthy’s decision to censure fellow […]
Giuliani was allegedly hiding evidence that he had spoken with Ukrainian officials about launching an investigation into Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. He was also accused of using his connections in Ukraine to solicit dirt on the Bidens.