Donald Trump’s 2024 hopes may be crushed after this latest attack


Trump has been fighting tooth and nail against radical Democrats. But now he’s going to have to fight even harder.

And Donald Trump’s 2024 hopes may be crushed after this latest attack.

Former President Trump is facing multiple indictments, including charges in Georgia for allegedly attempting to overthrow the 2020 election.

None of this is stopping him from continuing his reelection efforts, however.

In fact, Trump is using his mugshot from when he was booked in the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office last week, to gain support for his campaign.

He’s also leading in the polls for the Republican nomination for president.

And because of his momentum on the campaign trail, Democrats are viewing him as a threat and are doing everything they can to make sure he won’t get reelected.

“Efforts to remove former President Donald Trump from state ballots in the 2024 election are ramping up nationwide after critics argued the leading Republican contender is constitutionally disqualified from serving as president after he ‘engaged in insurrection’ against the United States” according to the Daily Wire.

“But now opponents across the political spectrum of the former president are arguing that under the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment, Trump is barred from holding office ever again after the January 6 Capitol attack.”

Florida tax attorney, Lawrence Caplan believes that the 14th Amendment’s “disqualification clause” is why Trump should not be allowed to serve as Commander-in-Chief.

The clause states that those who “have engaged in insurrection or rebellion” can’t be elected to a public office.

“The bottom line here is that President Trump both engaged in an insurrection and also gave aid and comfort to other individuals who were engaging in such actions, within the clear meaning of those terms as defined in Section Three of the Fourteenth Amendment,” said Lawrence Caplan.

“Assuming that the public record to date is accurate, and we have no evidence to the contrary, Trump is no longer eligible to see the office of the President of the United States, or of any other state of the Union.”

Caplan’s will have difficulty proving his case as Trump has yet to be accused of inciting the January 6 mob in his indictments.

And some have warned that using the 14th Amendment to disqualify Trump, would be a dangerous precedent.

“It would put the decision about who the President is in the hands of local Secretaries of State and Democratic governors, instead of in the hands of the people” Alan Dershowtiz, Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus, said.

Democrats are going to use every tactic in the book to stop Donald Trump from being president again.

And it’s up to him and his team to be on the ready for every attack that comes his way.

Stay tuned to The Federalist Wire.