George Stephanopoulos Stunned After Nancy Pelosi Suggests States Ignore Constitution And Ban Trump From Ballot

George Stephanopoulos Stunned After Nancy Pelosi Suggests States Ignore Constitution And Ban Trump From Ballot

Many States have been looking at ways to remove President Trump from the 2024 Presidential ballot.

This move by the left has successfully seen President Trump removed from the Colorado and Maine primary ballots.

The political assault against President Trump has shaken the nation; even those on the left are beginning to see the system that is out to destroy President Trump.

In a recent interview with Nancy Pelosi on ABC with George Stephanopoulos, Pelosi had some exciting and frightening things to say.

Watch it here:

Pelosi suggests that the States ignore the Constitution and remove President Trump from the ballots.

In case you don’t know, federal law overrides state laws.

States can have their laws, but only when the federal government doesn’t have laws set up or doesn’t have the authority.

This is why abortion has become such a hot topic.

There is no federal protection for abortions; therefore, states have had the choice to either outlaw it or protect it.

Nancy Pelosi is asking States to disobey the Constitution to remove President Trump from the ballots.

If this doesn’t wake people up from the left’s agenda against President Trump, I’m not sure what will.

The Hills shares more on the Supreme Court reviewing Colorado’s decision to remove President Trump:

The Supreme Court agreed to take up whether former President Trump can be disqualified from appearing on Colorado’s ballot over his actions surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack, setting up a historic case that could upend the presidential election.

The justices’ order sets the case up to be heard at a speedy pace, with oral arguments scheduled for Feb. 8 and a decision to follow that could spark Trump’s removal from the ballot in states across the country.

Dozens of challenges to Trump’s eligibility under the 14th Amendment have been filed nationwide, though many cases have been rejected by lower courts.

But two states — Colorado and Maine — last month took the extraordinary step of removing Trump from the primary ballot.

Although those rulings remain on hold until Trump’s appeals are resolved, enabling his name to remain on the ballot in the meantime, the justices’ decision to hear the Colorado case equips the high court to provide a national resolution in advance of the general election.

Trump’s political fate now lies in the hands of the conservative-majority court, which includes three Trump appointees and has never squarely resolved the meaning of the 14th Amendment’s insurrection ban.

The Supreme Court currently holds a Republican majority, so the result will likely favor President Trump.

The media isn’t hiding their bias anymore.

Just look at this opinion piece from USA Today:

If Alito and the other justices adhere to this thinking, then the court will most likely uphold the Colorado Supreme Court decision. The relevant words in Section 3 of the 14th Amendment say, “No person shall … hold any office … under the United States … who, having previously taken an oath … as an officer of the United States … shall have engaged in insurrection … against the same.”

If we focus on those words alone, then we would say that if Trump is found to have engaged in an insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021, he can’t be president again.

The left argues that President Trump is responsible for the Jan. 6th ‘insurrection.’

I would hardly call it an insurrection.

Aside from that.

President Trump hasn’t been found guilty of inciting an insurrection.

It’s a baseless claim that should not disqualify President Trump from the ballot.