The Democrats Plan to Kick Trump Off The Ballot is Phase One of A Plan to Take Control of The Supreme Court

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Clarence Thomas has been public enemy number one to the left since the 1990s.

Democrats are looking for their revenge.

And Democrats have planned for Clarence Thomas to knock your socks off.

The Democrat judges on the Colorado State Supreme Court and Maine Democrat Secretary of State Shenna Bellows decided on their own that Donald Trump was guilty of insurrection and that Section 3 of the 14th Amendment allowed them to disqualify Trump from their states’ primary ballot.

“President Trump did not merely incite the insurrection. Even when the siege on the Capitol was fully underway, he continued to support it,” four Democrat activists on the Colorado State Supreme Court wrote. “These actions constituted overt, voluntary, and direct participation in the insurrection.”

“I am mindful that no Secretary of State has ever deprived a presidential candidate of ballot access based on Section Three of the Fourteenth Amendment,” Bellows wrote in her opinion. “I am also mindful, however, that no presidential candidate has ever before engaged in insurrection.”

The Colorado State Supreme Court and Bellows both deemed Trump guilty of insurrection despite no prosecutor charging him with that crime.

Democrats created a constitutional crisis by asserting the power of partisan state officials to end democracy by granting themselves the power to declare under what conditions they are allowed to face opposition in elections.

However, both the Colorado State Supreme Court and Bellows stayed their decision until the Supreme Court weighed in.

Bellows went so far as saying she would “welcome the Supreme Court weighing in.”

The Colorado Republican Party announced it would appeal the decision to the Supreme Court.

“For the first time in American history, a former President has been disqualified from the ballot, a political party has been denied the opportunity to put forward the presidential candidate of its choice, and the voters have been denied the ability to choose their Chief Executive through the electoral process,” Colorado GOP attorney Jay Sekulow wrote in his appeal to the Supreme Court.

The Trump campaign also declared it would swiftly appeal Bellows’ attack on democracy.

Some wondered why both the Colorado State Supreme Court and Bellows would block their own orders banning Trump from the ballot and demand the Supreme Court – where the conservative majority is sure to not look kindly on Democrats running an “Alice in Wonderland”-style proceeding where they sentence Trump and work backwards from there – rule on their decisions.

The answer was simple.

Democrats don’t control the Supreme Court and consider the conservative majority illegitimate because Donald Trump and the Senate GOP “stole” two seats via winning enough elections to have a majority in the House.

Liberals pressured Joe Biden to support court-packing, but Biden backed down understanding that would push the nation one step closer to the end of the American experiment.

The anger reached a boiling point when Clarence Thomas and the conservative justices overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022.

But Democrats want to set up a situation where the conservative Supreme Court – where three of the justices were nominated by Trump – rule in Trump’s favor so they and their media allies can howl that the Court is “politicized.”

The hope is that outrage will support a critical mass should Biden win re-election and Democrats control both houses of Congress to pack the Supreme Court with at least six new liberal justices and cement permanent left-wing control of the judiciary.