A Maine judge has put the brakes on Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows’ rush to kick former President Donald Trump off the ballot. Superior Court Justice Michaela Murphy smartly decided to wait for the Supreme Court to weigh in on a similar case out of Colorado before making any hasty decisions.
Maine SOS told to wait.
Maine secretary of state ordered to delay Trump ballot decision until after Colorado ruling by Supreme Court
A Maine judge told Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows to wait to decide whether to remove former President Donald Trump from the ballot… pic.twitter.com/hGnjrK3qH1
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Murphy made it clear that the Supreme Court’s decision in the Colorado case could totally change the game for Trump’s situation in Maine. This is a big win for Trump, as he fights to appear on the ballot in the upcoming election.
The Supreme Court has graciously agreed to hear the Colorado case on February 8, which means all eyes are on the highest court in the land. With several states facing similar 14th Amendment challenges, it’s clear that the Supreme Court’s ruling in February will have major implications nationwide.
In Trump’s appeal to Bellows’ decision, his attorneys didn’t hold back, accusing her of bias and claiming she made multiple legal errors in an arbitrary and capricious manner. It’s about time someone stood up to the Left’s unfair treatment of our former president!
It’s high time that state decision-makers, including secretaries of state and state judicial officers, get some clarification on their role in handling 14th Amendment claims. The Supreme Court’s ruling is eagerly awaited to bring some much-needed clarity and fairness to this heated situation.