Former AGs File Brief Saying Trump Constitutionally Qualified For Ballot

 January 19, 2024

Former President Donald Trump has been vindicated.

Multiple former attorneys general have shouted their opinion loud and clear: Trump should be on the presidential ballots.

Bill Barr, one of those former officials, does not even support Trump in his re-election bid.

However, Barr understands that according to the constitution, Trump should be allowed on the ballots.

Barr, along with two other former attorneys general and a group of law professors, put together a friend of the court brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court.

The brief says, "even if the conclusion that he engaged in an insurrection were correct, President Trump cannot be excluded from any presidential election ballot on that basis.”

“If the Colorado decision were correct, the Georgia Secretary of State, a Republican, could unilaterally disqualify President Biden, a Democrat, from that swing State’s ballot one day before the ballot certification deadline—perhaps finding that some of President Biden’s policies were lawless in such a manner as to constitute, in the Secretary’s view, an ‘insurrection,’” the brief continued.

They hit the nail on the head.

The attempt to remove Trump from ballots is ultimately just another example of Democrats thinking the law applies to everyone but them.