Libs Lose Their Minds Because of THIS?!

( – In a fun-to-watch reaction, the leftist camp has exploded with rage over the latest US Supreme Court ruling that individual states have no right to decide if former President Donald Trump could be disqualified from their ballots over the January 6 events at the US Capitol.

On Monday, the Supreme Court delivered a unanimous verdict that states cannot prevent Trump from being listed on the presidential ballot for 2024.

This has sparked a storm of fury among progressivists, some of whom advocated for the court’s dissolution.

The court’s decision, announced just before Super Tuesday, clarifies that only Congress has the authority under the Fourteenth Amendment’s “Insurrection Clause” to disqualify a federal candidate from electoral consideration.

This ruling overturned a previous judgment by the Colorado Supreme Court, which had prohibited Trump’s inclusion on the ballot.

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold expressed her dismay on X.

“I am disappointed in the US Supreme Court’s decision stripping states of the authority to enforce Section 3 of the 14th Amendment for federal candidates. Colorado should be able to bar oath-breaking insurrections [sic] from our ballot,” she wrote.

Furthermore, during an appearance on MSNBC, Griswold insisted that states should have the capacity to exclude individuals who violate their oath from candidacy.

She also criticized Congress as being largely ineffective, urging American voters to “save our democracy” in the upcoming election.

Leftist political commentator Keith Olbermann condemned the decision and called for the dissolution of the Supreme Court.

“The Supreme Court has betrayed democracy. Its members including Jackson, Kagan and Sotomayor have proved themselves inept at reading comprehension. And collectively the ‘court’ has shown itself to be corrupt and illegitimate,” he wrote.

Harry Sisson, a prominent Gen Z Democrat influencer, focused his criticism on Justice Clarence Thomas, despite the unanimous nature of the decision.

“Insurrection sympathizer Clarence Thomas ruled that insurrectionist Donald Trump can remain on the ballot in 2024. That should be the headline,” he wrote.

CNN’s Dana Bash labeled the decision “unfortunate for America,” and Ian Milhiser of Vox mocked the effectiveness of a written constitution as a deterrent against tyranny.

“In a sense, they have left the question open for the criminal authorities and for the American people what to do about Donald Trump’s allegedly criminal conduct,” wrote CNN legal analyst Norm Eisen.

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