Well, it would appear that we now know why the ballot case in Colorado was not tossed out like it had been in other states.
I had not even dug into the case very much when I stated that it had to be a Democrat-friendly judge, and it turns out that is exactly the case.
Judge Sarah Wallace, who will be the decision-maker in this case, has a history of having supported and donated to Democrat campaigns.
ActBlue is the fundraising site that most Democrats use for donations.
According to the Washington Examiner report, Wallace made numerous donations using the ActBlue website in support of Democrat candidates.
She also donated to a group called Colorado Turnout Project, which, ironically was founded "after Colorado Republicans refused to condemn the political extremists who stormed the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021.”
So, I think it is safe to say she is a little biased, but according to Wallace, she just cannot remember that donation.
Wallace stated, "I do not dispute that in October 2022, prior to taking the bench, I apparently made a $100 contribution to the Colorado Turnout Project.
"That being said, prior to yesterday, I was not cognizant of this organization or its mission. It has always been my practice, whether I was entirely successful or not, to make contributions to individuals, not [political action committees].
“While I have no specific memory of this contribution, it was my practice and my intention to contribute to an individual candidate, and not a PAC."
So now we are to believe she does not even really check where she is donating her money? And yet this woman’s job calls for her to be observant and analytical, as well as unbiased, all three of which are contrary to the statement she just made about her donation.
This case, like the other cases before it, wants to disqualify Trump via Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.
Like Judge Engoron in the NY fraud case, it would appear that this judge has already made up her mind, so this is something that will be appealed, more than likely all the way to the Supreme Court.