MN Supreme Court Hears Case to Remove Trump from Ballot on Thursday Morning

The Minnesota Supreme Court will listen to oral arguments on Thursday morning at 10 am regarding the case to remove Donald Trump from the ballot. This case focuses on a ludicrous legal argument that Trump is ineligible based on the 14th Amendment's language which bars someone from holding public office who "engaged in insurrection or rebellion."

This is sketchy legal territory, but that's not stopping the Never Trump RINOs and leftists from robbing Minnesota voters of their chance to vote for Trump. Currently, Trump has more donations from Minnesotans than the sitting president. He's also leading Biden in most polls.

The case against Trump is spearheaded by a group called "Free Speech of People," and their lawyer, Ronald Fein, will have 35 minutes to argue his case to the liberal court. Justices will then hear from what's considered the opposing counsel, but in this case, it seems like a massive hit job.

Trumps' campaign will be represented by Nicholas H. Nelson. He will have 20 minutes for arguments. Then, the Secretary of States' representation will have 10 minutes. The counsel appointed to this case is leftist Nathan Hartshorn. Hartshorn works for Attorney General Keith Ellison and is the lawyer who the weaponized Walz-appointed Campaign Finance Board uses to come after groups like us in court. We've had to face this guy before. He's NOT on Trump's side.

The MNGOP also hired Action 4 Liberty hater, and the guy behind filing a ficticious campaign finance board complaint against us, Reid Lebeau. He'll have a total of 5 minutes to argue. We documented his shady past and affiliations.

Our very own MAGA Jesse will be at the court tomorrow and will be joining us afterwards on the Truth Hurts Show to discuss.


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  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2023-11-01 15:28:22 -0500