Colorado doesn’t get to decide who residents can vote for president of these here United States, the U.S. Supreme Court determined in a sweeping, unanimous decision announced Monday.

So go ahead Colorado, you be you and vote for whichever Republican candidate you want. Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s opinion be damned.

The case was brought by some Colorado voters who ordered Griswold to ban Trump from the ballot alleging he led an insurrection on Jan. 6 to somehow overturn the election.

PeakNationwill recall that Griswold couldn’t surrender this case fast enough and pleaded with the Supreme Court to help her kick Trump off the ballot.

“I don’t believe that the president is a ‘get out of jail free’ card and I hope the justices hold him accountable,” Griswold told reporters outside the main entrance to the Supreme Court Building.

Poor Jena.

The Supreme Court ruled the states never had that power in the first place.

From the Wall Street Journal:

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court restored Donald Trump’s name to Colorado’s ballot, ruling that states lack authority to reject presidential candidates on the grounds they engaged in rebellion or insurrection against the U.S.

Monday’s decision, in an unsigned opinion, effectively puts an end to a series of ballot challenges that argued Trump isn’t eligible to be president a second time under a long dormant constitutional provision barring former officials who engaged in insurrection or rebellion from holding office again.

“The Constitution makes Congress, rather than the States, responsible for enforcing Section 3 against federal officeholders and candidates,” the court said, referring to the 14th Amendment provision.

This is a breaking story that will be updated as liberal cry more tears.