Steve Kelley for December 21, 2023

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    Quixotic1  6 months ago

    He shot himself in the foot by fomenting insurrection. It’s not the judge’s fault for upholding the Constitution.

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    Flashaaway  6 months ago

    What’s in it for you Skelley if Trump gets re-elected? It won’t be what you hope it will be.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 6 months ago

    It was republicans who brought it to court.

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  6 months ago

    Now the other heel!

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    braindead Premium Member 6 months ago

    Trump Disciples like SKelley absolutely revere the Constitution, whenever it’s convenient.

    When it’s not convenient, not so much.

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    Same as with the Bible.

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    Joe1962 Premium Member 6 months ago

    This ruling will toss you can’t take away a citizen right to vote.

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    Grandma Lea  6 months ago

    when the fat butted orange dweeb drops over dead for any reason the stupids will blame joe,

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    My First Premium Member 6 months ago

    One tiny, little problem with this. Trump was neither charged nor convicted of Insurrection, so expect the Supreme Court to quickly knock this down. BTW – way to incite people to come to Trumps side dumbocrats. The more he is persecuted the more support he gets. You’re actually helping him, and he is already winning in the polls, especially in the 7 swing states, so thank you.

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    aristoclesplato9  6 months ago

    People know what’s happening. And few like it. Those cheering these decisions are far left loons with hate America leanings.

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    cdward  6 months ago

    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha! What’s funny is that so many of the judges who’ve annoyed Trump were appointed by Republicans. Also, the activist judges — those who are actually breaking the law to help Trump — are all Republicans.

    But as usual with Republicans, every accusation is an admission.

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    WestNYC Premium Member 6 months ago

    Happy times indeed. Let’s hope other states follow.

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    Durak Premium Member 6 months ago

    I posted this on Bok. SKelley is just as wrong. Reposting here.

    Let’s talk about the Office of the President.

    According to the Constitution the requirements, the qualifications needed to be Vice-President of the United States are the same as to be President. Anything that disqualifies ONE, also disqualifies the other.

    There are those who claim that the 14th Amendment has never been applied to the President, and that is true. At least, not yet.

    However, it HAS been applied to the Vice President.

    The 14th Vice President of the United States was a Kentucky Democrat by the name of John C. Breckinridge. He was a popular man and was nominated by Southern Democrats as their candidate for the presidency in 1861. Of course we know how that worked out.

    However, what some might not know is that Breckinridge joined the insurrection. He commanded troops that fought and killed American Soldiers. By the end of the war former Vice-President John Breckinridge was serving as the Confederate Sec. of War.

    After the war Breckinridge was a hunted man. He fled south, then into Cuba. He spent the next several years touring Europe before traveling to Niagara, Canada. He remained there, unable to return to the United States for fear of being held accountable for his crimes. After President Johnson declared amnesty for all former Confederates.

    Breckinridge was asked, and refused to return to politics. He knew that under the 14th Amendment he would need a 2/3rd’s vote to be eligible for office.

    Disgraced former Vice President John C. Breckinridge is the precedent which excludes disgraced former President Donald J. Trump from holding federal office under the 14th Amendment.

    Bok (and SKelley) needs to go back to 8th grade and retake the social studies class he clearly did not master.

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    DC Swamp  6 months ago

    Leftists- the so-called defenders of democracy having judges determine elections instead of voters.

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    fusilier  6 months ago

    Mr. Kelly, aren’t the “Democrat Judges” just exercising their Sacred Second Amendment Rights???

    /s

    fusilier

    James 2:24

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    Ontman  6 months ago

    Kelley has his eyes on the booby prize. And I am curious, who is the redheaded woman?

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    Gen.Flashman  6 months ago

    The ban is for the republican primary ballot not the general election.

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    JoeBabbs  6 months ago

    Steve doesn’t like icky bits in the Constitution requiring well regulated militias and prohibiting aid and comfort for insurrectionists.

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    rodney  6 months ago

    I would REALLY, REALLY like to have a moderate from either side make it to the general election. Seems like only the extremists are making it through the primaries.

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    mac04416  6 months ago

    First, not a Trump supporter. Most importantly, being accused of violating the 14th to keep one off the ballot is scary. Conviction not necessary. By next election everyone will be accused.

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    tpcox928  6 months ago

    GOP hates facts and the Rule of Law.

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    davidthoms1  6 months ago

    Kelly believes the Constitution does not apply to Trump! Maybe Putin will save you a room in his Black Sea 4 billion dollar palace.

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    thelordthygod666  6 months ago

    The Supreme Court will decide a poorly written section of the 14th amendment designed to apply to those that 1) swore an oath to the US., 2) then renounced it and swore an oath of allegiance to another country, 3) then declared war on the U.S., does not apply here. Which is just as well, since Trump needs to lose bigly next Nov to silence most of the Trumpettes, although the diehards will maintain it was another stolen election.

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    Hahahahahahahaha!!!

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    ncorgbl  6 months ago

    The Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling was influenced by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s opinion written before his appointment.

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    “I understand the political impact of this,” Scarborough said. “A couple laughable arguments, though, that if you hear somebody saying today, feel free to mock them. Don’t mock them, I’m just joking – it’s the Christmas season. Be sweet, maybe just gently correct them. The No. 1 thing is that this is some kind of leftist plot. This is not a leftist plot. This idea, this law review paper, this approach was actually framed by two highly respected members of the Federalist Society, people that the new members of the [U.S.] Supreme Court that were appointed by Donald Trump know all too well and have read all too often. To just simply dismiss this as some sort of left-wing, legal conspiracy.”

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    ‘Behead judges’: Here are Trump supporters’ violent threats in wake of Colorado ruling

    In just 24 hours after the Colorado Supreme Court issued a ruling that blocked former President Donald Trump from the state’s electoral ballot, a flood of violent and hate-filled messages hit the judges.Among them were outright death threats, with addresses and other personal details being widely shared.

    Lawless republicans are insanely vicious.

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    Lennia Machen Premium Member 6 months ago

    We used to have a Constitution… it would be nice to use that in times like these.

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    Radish the wordsmith  6 months ago

    ‘No shot at becoming president’: Reporter shows what a Colorado high court win would mean

    Trump’s fate as a candidate rests in the hands of nine Supreme Court justices. Luke Broadwater, Congressional Reporter at The New York Times, believes states are going to fall in line should the high court subscribe to the 4 to 3 ruling by the Colorado Supreme Court to disqualify the 45th president from appearing on the 2024 presidential primary ballot for his actions from Jan. 6, 2021, where it’s alleged he incited a riot when a his supporters laid siege on the U.S. Capital to halt the certification of the election results.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member 6 months ago

    The Democrats would be beyond stupid to try to keep Trump off the ballot. The best thing Trump could do for the Republicans is to drop dead, but most of the MAGAts would write him in anyway.Realistically, the Democrats don’t have a golden ticket for the 2024 campaign. I was worried about Biden’s age four years ago and voted for him mostly because there was no “none of the above”. I have been pleasantly surprised that he has done a really good job.

    Trump is great for the Democrats simply because the is poison for the Republicans. Trump won’t drop out as long as he needs to try to confuse his legal problems and keep the money coming in, so he is quite likely to be the Republican nominee, simply because he has enough backing in the party that the sane members can’t stop him.

    If they do manage to stop him, he will run as a third party candidate and a pretty large percentage of the Republicans will vote for him. People who identify as Republicans are between 33% and 42% of voters, depending on the year and currently way down. It is very difficult with those numbers for the RNC to win a national election. If they lose the Trump voters, the Democrats will be able to elect pretty much anyone they want.

    Conversely, if Trump is the Republican nominee, a pretty significant portion of their party will not want to vote for a Democrat, but will also have some reservations about voting for a treasonous, sexually assaulting, dishonest sleazebag, so they will just not turn out to vote, again handing the White House to the Democrats, along with a bunch of down ticket races riding coattails.
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    jader3rd  6 months ago

    Trump could have just not instigated an insurrection.

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    Geezer  6 months ago

    “An insurrection is an armed rebellion.” https://en.wikipedia.Org/wiki/Rebellion

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    think it through  6 months ago

    It’s always different when republican justices do it, illegally.

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    Free Radical  6 months ago

    There are impartial judges, and then there are trump appointed republican judges

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    ferddo  6 months ago

    Nope, Trump has been holding and aiming that gun for years now.

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    Dapperdan61  Premium Member 6 months ago

    Trump shot himself in the foot after refusing to accept his election loss and supporting an insurrection to keep him in Office. The US Constitution clearly states in the 14th amendment Article 3 he’s disqualified. Of course the partisan US Supreme Court that killed Roe V Wade could say otherwise and come up with some twisted logic to force states to keep him on their ballots. So much for leaving it to the states

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    Escapee  6 months ago

    So, let me get this straight Kelley; you’re advocating a lying, deceptive rapist as the leader of our country? WOW, just WOW

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    walkingmancomics  6 months ago

    It wasn’t Democrat judges, but law that killed the beast.

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    smartgrr  6 months ago

    should have aimed higher….

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    walfishj  6 months ago

    Well here ya go lying again Mr. Kelley. The judges in Colorado were all Republicans. I’d te4ll ya to go put that in your pipe and smoke it, but it is obvious you and your rocky mountain high are already bosom buddies.

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    Bill.Franklin  6 months ago

    Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot charged their opponents with crimes and had them removed from the ballots too. Democrats are just doing what they do. Trying to establish a one party system and implement “Democracy” (aka Mob Rule).

    They have lost their honor, their integrity and I think they are showing their true colors. Fascist to the core.

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