Colorado’s Progressive Lawfare

A good day for a political comment on things political. It’s Super Tuesday and it’s the day after the day before Super Tuesday. That is, the day after the Supreme Court of the United States published an emergency 9-0 ruling that crapped on Colorado’s supreme court for having tried to take a federal presidential candidate’s name off of the ballot in that state. Let’s focus for a second not on Donald Trump’s victory in the case and his being on the ballot in spite of what the MSNBC crowd had wishcasted. Let’s focus instead on how the heck the progressives crowd got a majority on the Colorado’s highest court. The monster has been very successful at lawfare in that state, and we need to come up with ways to reverse that. This SCOTUS ruling gives us a little bit of ammunition. The Colorado supremies need to be harshly ridiculed, contempt poured upon them for having played a frivolous gambit they had to have known was unconstitutional.

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2 Responses to Colorado’s Progressive Lawfare

  1. Cullen says:

    Oof yes; ugly. Don’t you have some kind of Colorado bar license? Start writing them amicus briefs!

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