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Father, we pray against any effort to interfere in the 2024 election. Let Your justice and truth reign, and let Your will be done in this case.

A Colorado judge asserted that Trump engaged in insurrection, but that that does not disqualify him from the 2024 ballot. Now the state’s Supreme Court is set to revisit both conclusions.

From Breitbart. Colorado’s Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing for December 6 to consider cross-appeals on a case to prevent former President Donald Trump from appearing on the ballot for the presidency in 2024.

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The plaintiffs, led by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), which has ties to the controversial Media Matters for America, seek to overturn Judge Sarah Wallace’s ruling that Trump is not an officer of the United States as defined by the Fourteenth Amendment and that the Amendment, therefore, cannot be used to disqualify him from appearing on the Colorado primary ballot.

Trump’s attorneys responded to the plaintiffs’ appeal by filing a cross-appeal, despite the ruling being considered a narrow victory for the former president. They wrote that Wallace’s court “made legal and factual findings wholly unsupported in the law, and these errors demand review – especially if the Petitioners in this matter also seek review of the sole dispositive issue upon which President Trump prevailed.”

The lawsuit is one of many filed in states across the country citing the Fourteenth Amendment’s “Insurrection Clause,” which bans those who “engaged in insurrection” from holding federal office, as justification for booting Trump from the ballot. …

Trump’s attorneys maintain he never “engaged in insurrection” and that his questioning of the 2020 election results is political speech protected by the First Amendment.

“Trump’s comments did not come close to ‘incitement,’ let alone ‘engagement’ in an insurrection,” they wrote in a Colorado filing.

Wallace, the Colorado district court judge, agreed with plaintiffs that Trump engaged in an insurrection, despite the president never being convicted, or even charged, with doing so. …

Yet she agreed with Trump’s legal team that the Fourteenth Amendment does not apply to the office of the president. …

Each side will have one hour to present its oral argument at 1:00 p.m. MST on December 6.

The case is Anderson v. Griswold, No. 2023SA300, in the Colorado Supreme Court.

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(Excerpt from Breitbart. Photo Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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CRF
November 30, 2023

President Trump has not been convicted of any criminal offense; how dare evil people use the courts to deny him and us our civil rights! FATHER GOD please speak to these people to read the constitution and use it as a basis for upholding President Trump’s constitutional rights! What are these demons afraid of? I bind every demon attempting to steal away President Trumps Constitutional Rights, and I loose the Anointing of GOD over him and his family! Let GOD arise and Trump’s enemies be scattered; fleeing 7 ways away from him and us in JESUS NAME! Amen!

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Denise Lyons
November 29, 2023

Father in the name of Jesus I ask that you send your Saboath war angels to push back these lies against our former president. I pray according to Your will that these terriost people stop thier negativity against Trump. I pray your peace over this situation and truth. For You are Truth and Faithful. In Jesus name amen!

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