Colorado SOS Is a Serious Threat to Democracy


The partisan Secretary of State of Colorado, Jena Griswold, has decided Donald Trump committed the crime of insurrection, citing two [leftist-controlled] Colorado courts. She is not a lawyer or a judge, but she’s decided to become the executioner.

She thinks this is a very important case, and it is if they win. It’s a very undemocratic move. Donald Trump – and no one – was charged or convicted of insurrection, but she thinks a trial is unnecessary.

Griswold and the Colorado courts are a threat to democracy.

If the Supreme Court finds Colorado can remove Donald Trump from the ballot, she said she won’t be able to count the ballots with Trump’s name on it. Jena has it all covered.

Elise Stefanik linked to a Daily Caller article, commenting, “Colorado Secretary of State championed the decision to remove President Trump from the ballot. Now, it has come to light that she attended a private fundraiser for Joe Biden’s campaign. Democrats are resorting to illegal and unconstitutional election interference in an attempt to prevent Trump’s inevitable return to the White House.”

In one of the cases, the District Court judge also donated to Jena Griswold.

Griswold says he tried to steal the election by questioning it.

In that case, Al Gore also tried to steal an election.

During his rally in Iowa yesterday, Donald Trump warned of “big, big trouble” if the Supreme Court agrees with Colorado. They have agreed to take the case in February.

The Left on social media and Mediaite think his message is cryptic. It’s really not cryptic. If the Court finds for Colorado, it means political opponents can now remove candidates from ballots on false charges. Can canceling elections be far behind?

“I just hope we get fair treatment,” Trump said at an Iowa rally Friday. “Because if we don’t, our country’s in big, big trouble. Does everybody understand what I’m saying?”

“They’re saying, ‘Oh, Trump owns the Supreme Court, he owns it. He owns it. If they make a decision for him, it will be terrible. It’ll ruin their reputations,” he said. “‘He owns the Supreme Court. He put on three judges. He owns the Supreme Court. If they rule in his favor, it will be horrible for them. And we’ll protest at their houses.’”

“That puts pressure on people to do the wrong thing. What they’re doing is no different than Bobby Knight,” he added.

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The Prisoner
The Prisoner
1 month ago

Griswold only offer slogans, taking points, and smears. She has a law degree, she knows that buzz words such as disenfranchisement are not legal terms, it is propaganda.

1 month ago

Griswold is a puppet for the ‘gang of four’ takeover of Colorado.
Jared Shutz Polis & Pat Stryker (Styker Corp, cia op)
Are part of the mafia that controls Colorado
Stryker, buddies of Clintons, Soros and other agents is the head of the snake
Look at the communist outpost of Fort Collins, Larimer County
The ring of corruption was exposed by Susan Holmes
Who was kidnapped and falsely imprisoned to punish and silence her.
AG Phil Weiser, backed by Biden & Obama was placed to implement their control

John Acord
John Acord
1 month ago

I’ve followed  the Supreme Court for decades and They are going to dismiss the Colorado and Maine cases as well as the cases brought by Jack Smith  purely on jurisdictional grounds. That Is, the cases did not properly pass through the courts and Trump was denied due process. In the Jack Smith cases they are likely,In fact they are compelled to rule the indictments as not being brought by a properly nominated and confirmed “special Prosecutor.” In  other words Garland just can’t create a special prosecutor on his own volition. They must be nominated by POTUS and confirmed by the Senate. These rulings will be based on procedural failures and not on the facts or allegations. I expect they may well be 9-0 rulings. The practical effect will be a great victory for Trump and the Court will have side-stepped the issues of whether or not Trump should be kept off the ballot or indicted for election related crimes. 

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
1 month ago
Reply to  John Acord

I hope so, that seems like sound reasoning.

And, aside from the cases being improperly created, there are no election related crimes.