Colorado’s Democrat congressional delegation has a case of the vapors over the Supreme Court decision that former presidents have partial immunity from prosecution for acts that fall within their core presidential duties.

It was a ruling for the ages as it will apply to Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and every president going forward who would fall victim to their political opponents’ thirst for lawfare vengeance.

SCOTUS Blog reports the charges against Trump for allegedly conspiring to overturn the 2020 election results could still go forward, “to the extent that the charges are based on his private conduct, rather than his official acts.”

The case will return to the lower court for that decision to be rendered, but it’s not likely to happen before Election Day.

As is becoming more obvious, bringing these charges against Trump now to interfere with this election was the whole point of this and other court cases.

SCOTUS Blog reports:

Writing for the majority, Chief Justice John Roberts emphasized that the president “is not above the law.”

Writing on X, U.S. Rep. Jason Crow gaslit his followers by stating the opposite:

U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette followed with her blow torch:

The president of the United States should absolutely have limited immunity to carry out official duties.

Last we checked; official duties do not include sending out Navy SEAL snipers to assassinate random civilians as some hyperventilating partisans suggest.

But Democrats who lack basic reading comprehension skills are happy to play politics with the highest office of the land and lie to their constituents about what the ruling means for the Constitution and the office of the presidency.

And that is that both are safe, for the time being, from the destructive hands of the Democrat Party in their zeal to save democracy by burning it to the ground to lord over the ashes.