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JUST IN: Hawaii Moves To Remove Trump From Ballot – What’s Motivating This?

It’s been about 170 days.

And so many questions are still unanswered about Hawaii’s devasting fire and the fallout from it.

Could that be part of what’s motivating those in power over there to remove Trump from the ballot?

Are they afraid that Hawaii is flipping to red after Biden and their Democrat leaders left them neglected and forsaken?

Newsmax has a great clip that mentions so many questionable moments, one after another:

USA Today reports:

The Hawaii Legislature is considering a Democrat-sponsored bill that could ban former President Donald Trump from its 2024 primary election ballot.

Hawaii state senator Karl Rhoads, who has harshly criticized Trump and the GOP for the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol, introduced the controversial bill earlier this week, which would ban candidates who have engaged in insurrection or rebellion as described in the third section of the 14th Amendment.

The House Jan. 6 committee’s final report, released last December, concluded that the former president engaged in a “multi-part conspiracy” to overturn the lawful results of the 2020 presidential election and failed to act to stop his supporters from attacking the Capitol, ending an 18-month investigation into Trump and the violent insurrection two years ago.

The proposed law, which doesn’t explicitly name the former president, also would prohibit members of Hawaii’s electoral college from casting their votes for a candidate considered disqualified under the 14th Amendment.

Newsweek adds:

Democrats in the state have introduced legislation to ban insurrectionists from running for public office, as per the 14th Amendment. While he is not named in the bill, Trump therefore may not be eligible if this bill passes, as he has been labeled an insurrectionist because of his actions during the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, in which his supporters stormed the building to contest the result of the 2020 presidential election and try to block certification of Joe Biden’s victory. (Haha!)

The bill said: “The legislature finds that citizens of this State have the right to expect that public servants be people of integrity, and not people who have committed actions that threaten democracy or undermine the vote of the people.”

It added: “Any challenge to the inclusion or exclusion of any candidate on a ballot issued by the chief election officer or clerk shall be in writing and, no later than the fifty-seventh day prior to the general election.”

Trump, the GOP frontrunner, is facing multiple ballot challenges in various states. He has been kicked off ballots in Maine and Colorado, because of the same constitutional amendment.

But the decisions in both of those states were paused on appeal. The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Colorado case in early February.

Citizens of Hawaii can’t be buying this.

I particually like the line about “citizens of this State have the right to expect that public servants be people of integrity.”

Yeah, nothing says integrity like putting up a black fence around the fire damaged area and confiscating drones.

There’s no way the citizens are buying this.

Where are all the kids?

How many kids are actually missing?

So many questions.

Another is, was DEW (Directed Energy Weapons) involved in starting the fires?

That fire circle line around Lahaina seems a bit too perfect.


And what about all those blue objects not getting burned?

Another prediction by The Simpsons.

Fire burns through the town but the blue item is untouched.

No matter their efforts to deceive and conceal the truth, one undeniable fact persists:

Truth will out.


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