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BREAKING: State Supreme Court Hands Down Big Win For Trump Campaign!

Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, Friday, October 6, 2017. (Official White House photo by Shealah Craighead)

Another day, another 14th Amendment challenge bites the dust.

The Massachusetts Supreme Court has dismissed the 14th Amendment case against President Trump—further entrenching his right to ballot access in that state.

Previously, Massachusetts’ state ballot panel ruled that President Trump could stay on the ballot in the state, but this ruling from the Massachusetts Supreme Court should lay the 14th Amendment challenges to rest in that state.

What I find fascinating is how these lawsuits got so far in the first place and in such a coordinated fashion.

We didn’t hear a peep about the 14th Amendment until all these lawsuits began appearing nationwide, and they began appearing simultaneously.

Nothing says deep state ploy more than the coordinated effort in multiple states to remove President Trump from the 2024 ballot—the lawsuits aren’t organic. Here are the latest developments:

The Hill had more on the previous denial of the 14th Amendment petitions by the Massachusetts Ballot Law Commission:

The Massachusetts State Ballot Law Commission on Monday rejected two attempts to keep Trump off the ballot, stating it “does not have jurisdiction over the matters presented.”

Boston Globe reporter Matt Stout explained: “Similar to the state’s Ballot Law Commission ruling, Gaziano denied the petition on legal grounds, saying the question only becomes “ripe” for the commission to address when/if Trump is the nominee. “The petitioners’ objections have, in essence, come too soon,” Gaziano wrote.”

CBS News added:

Earlier this month, Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin unveiled the ballot order for the March 5 Massachusetts primaries, and Trump’s name was included among the Republican candidates.

He also noted that Trump could win as a write-in candidate even if challenges to take him off the ballot were successful.


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