February 9, 2024

Media and Democrats Lash Out After Arguments for Colorado Ballot Case

Based on the comments made by all of the Supreme Court justices during the Colorado ballot case, it would appear that we are about to have a unanimous decision that will allow Trump to stay on the ballot.

Some media members are already blowing their tops over this, with CNN’s Van Jones at the front of the line.

Jones accused the court of having no problems taking rights away from women but being terrified to rule against Trump.

Dry Those Tears

CNN senior political analyst Van Jones did not have kind words to say regarding the lean that is apparent from the Supreme Court on this matter.

He stated, "Look, the big news today: Trump had a good lawyer. That was interesting to watch. Other than that, it’s almost been like a foregone conclusion, which I think is very frustrating for a lot of people."

He continued, "This is a Supreme Court that seems very strong when it’s time to take rights away from women. Very strong when it’s time to take diversity programs from college kids – very strong. Voting rights away from Americans – very, very strong."

Here are his comments in full on CNN

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold also had a bit of a hissy fit, stating, "If the justices were to accept Trump's arguments that he is fully above the Constitution, that insurrectionists deserve a place on the ballot and potentially an office, that will be a grave day for this country and a danger to our longevity as the United States.”

That, however, is not what the justices even hinted at.

The fact of the matter is that Democrats have teed up the word “insurrection” from the start and that term has been abused and overused ever since.

It was a riot. It was an embarrassment, but was our government ever really threatened by the January 6 rioters?

Now we just need to wait on the formal opinion of the court and we hopefully get a unanimous decision so this issue can be put to bed once and for all.

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