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Maine Secretary Of State Torched Online After Photo Surfaces!

Maine’s Secretary of State, the one who single-handedly removed ballot access to President Trump, is now being torched on social media.

The ridicule stems from a recently surfaced photo that showcases the Maine Secretary of State’s obvious hypocrisy when it comes to voting rights and ‘democracy.’

Taken earlier this year, the photo shows Bellows taking part in a half-marathon. She is smiling and waving in the photo, nothing too bad, right?

Well, wait till you get a look at what she is wearing—you can’t make this type of Spongebob-like, cartoonish hypocrisy up; take a look:

CNN explained:

Bellows, a Democrat, issued the decision Thursday after presiding over an administrative hearing earlier this month about Trump’s eligibility for office.

A bipartisan group of former state lawmakers filed the challenge against Trump.

Donald Trump Jr. had this to say about Secretary of State Bellows:

“If you were looking for the perfect example of Democrat hypocrisy when they screech about preserving democracy, remember that this is the ME secretary of state, who unilaterally decided Donald Trump should not be on the ballot in Maine.

Not a court decision, no one else just one person deciding for an entire state by herself. Democrats could not care less about democracy only power remember that when they show you who they are!”

Benny Johnson shared this CNN clip and commented: “So even CNN’s senior legal analyst is saying that Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows’ ruling removing Trump from the ballot was based off of things she saw on YouTube clips and would never pass the bar in normal court. Also, she’s not even a lawyer.”

According to BBC News, Bellows attempted to justify her decision to block President Trump from the ballot in Maine:

“That requires me, under Maine election law, to hold an administrative hearing to review the evidence and the facts,” Ms Bellows told the BBC, adding that both sides were represented by attorneys.

“I was then required to review that evidence and hearing record, the law, and the Constitution ultimately. That is my sacred obligation.”

“It’s my duty to uphold the Constitution,” Ms Bellows added.


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