Colorado efforts to get Trump off ballot funded by dark-money leftist group

By Jen Krausz on
 January 5, 2024

The Colorado Supreme Court wants you to think it's being impartial in deciding to take former President Donald Trump off the ballot in that state, but looking at the group funding the effort makes it very clear where it was coming from.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics filed the lawsuit that led to the Colorado ruling, but in addition to being far left, the group is based in Washington, D.C.

The group claims to be against dark money, but it secretly gets its money from groups linked to George Soros and Democrat megadonors. I guess it's not really dark money unless it funds Republicans.

The left is furious that four indictments have only made Trump more popular, to the point where he now leads President Joe Biden in enough swing states to give him the electoral victory.

Rape allegations and accusations that he lied about the value of his properties didn't manage to damage Trump politically either, so now the left is terrified that he could actually beat Biden, and rightfully so.

The last president to have such dismal approval ratings was Jimmy Carter, and that did not turn out well for him on Election Day, did it?