Secretary of State Jena Griswold is hard at work signaling her extreme bias as she prepares to cave to the lawsuit against her demanding Trump be removed from the Colorado ballot because he’s been accused of wrongdoing.
Not convicted, but accused.
Cancel culture has finally jumped the shark.
According to Griswold’s convoluted bragging in the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, the 100 charges against Trump are just like that time Griswold went after notorious bad girl and former Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters.
And that’s why Griswold spent $1 million recently for surveillance and key card access to storage rooms in 56 counties where election boxes gather dust in the off-season.
Trump + Tina Peters = Routine press release from politician bragging about spending your money and getting 1,500 words in liberal rag trashing Republicans.
Colorado is not a must-win state for Trump or any presidential candidate for that matter.
And just for the sake of argument, let’s all admit Trump doesn’t have a snowball’s proverbial chance of winning Colorado.
Then why, oh why are progressive political activists laser-focused on Colorado to boot Trump from our ballot?
Because it’s a test case to take to the U.S. Supreme Court to fix a presidential election against a Republican candidate, and Griswold is the party’s willing stooge to throw the case in Colorado.
And if Democrats had stacked the U.S. Supreme Court like they are always plotting, their dirty tricks would surely succeed.
But as it stands, we’ll have to see how a more disciplined court following the rule of law proceeds.
On another note, Democrats are also eager to get their own frontrunner, President Biden, off the ballot as well.
Just in case Democrats should succeed on both fronts, folks on both sides of the political aisle should tune in Nov. 30 to the debate between Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and California Gov. Gavin Newsom, hosted by Sean Hannity on Fox News.
Also known as Plan B.