Colorado Supreme Court Justices Face Threats In Wake of Trump Ruling
The justices on the Colorado Supreme Court may very well have seen this coming.
Their decision to keep Trump off the 2024 primary ballot in an attempt to manipulate the results of the election is not being taken well by many Americans.
Threats of attacks against the justices are already pouring in.
While I strongly disagree with any supporter of Donald Trump who is suggesting that America resort to physical violence to help our political agenda, I can definitely understand why some are so upset.
Never before has America seen a more blatant attempt to intervene in a presidential contest than we are already seeing for the upcoming one, and it isn't even the year of the election yet.
Voters are understandably upset, but that doesn't mean we should be threatening violence against any of our leaders.
Vikki Migoya, a spokeswoman for the FBI Denver Field Office, explained that the threats are already being monitored closely, saying:
The FBI is aware of the situation and working with local law enforcement. We will vigorously pursue investigations of any threat or use of violence committed by someone who uses extremist views to justify their actions regardless of motivation.
Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco agreed that there has been an uptick in threats against government employees after the decision, noting:
What we've seen is an unprecedented rise in threats to public officials across the board: law enforcement agents, prosecutors, judges and election officials. And we are seeing that and responding to it.
Colorado is only the first state to remove Donald Trump from the presidential ballot, but that doesn't mean that the damage stops there. The Centennial State could be setting a dangerous precedent for what is allowed across America.
New York, Arizona, and Michigan liberals are all trying the same strategy to keep Trump off the ballot in their states.
Only time will tell if it happens there as well.
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