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President Trump Scores MAJOR Legal Victory In DEEP Blue State!

What a crazy, mixed-up world we live in. I can’t believe it has actually come to this.

President Trump has been facing a torrent of 14th Amendment challenges all over the country and most have fallen by the wayside.

Colorado made big waves when the state supreme court ruled that the former President could not appear on the ballot—a decision that was quickly reversed.

California’s Secretary of State also confirmed that President Trump would remain on the ballot via her certification of the final list of eligible candidates in 2024.

Still, this did not mean that the 14th Amendment litigation in the state was dismantled, but now it is!

According to the latest reports, Federal Judge David Carter dismissed the 14th Amendment case against President Trump with prejudice—this means we won’t be hearing about that case again.

This recent ruling further secures President Trump’s ballot eligibility in California. Of course, the 45th President is still not back on Maine’s 2024 Presidential ballot.

Let this sink in: California, the bluest state of them all, had more sense than the state of Maine.

This wasn’t just a fluke either. The decision to keep Trump on the ballot was affirmed at all levels, from the Secretary of State, the governor, and the courts. Here are the pressing details:

Max Bonilla explained: “Believe it or not, the California Presidential Primary is crucial for Republicans. Below is an informational video where I share how California’s Republican base of 5.3 million voters is critical in deciding the GOP nominee in 2024.

Contrary to popular belief that California is irrelevant because it’s “liberal,” the Golden State will be a huge factor in deciding who goes to the general election next November. This could mean life or death for your candidate. Vote wisely.”

The Epoch Times outlined the case:

A plaintiff attempted to argue that they suffered “emotional injury” due to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, and watched the events unfold on television, on the radio, and in various publications.

They then argued that the incident caused them “severe emotional distress” and then filed a lawsuit to keep the former president from California’s ballots.

But the judge wrote that because the events occurred “more than two years before the plaintiff” filed suit, it was outside of the two-year statute of limitations.

Rogan O’Handley took a shot at the Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows: “California kept Trump on the ballot. Michigan kept Trump on the ballot. Colorado put Trump back on the ballot. But this fascist stooge decided the citizens of Maine don’t deserve free & fair elections.”

USA Today previously reported:

“Removing a candidate from the ballot under Section Three of the Fourteenth Amendment is not something my office takes lightly and is not as simple as the requirement that a person be at least 35 years old to be president,” Weber wrote.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a prominent liberal, also opposed the 14th Amendment push.


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