A Colorado Judge Found Trump Engaged In Insurrection And That His Speech At The Elipsis On Jan. 6th Was Not Protected By The First Amendment. However, This Judge Strangely Ruled That Despite Her  Findings On Trump’s Criminality, He Is Eligible To Appear On Colorado’s Ballot For The Presidential Election. This Decision Will Be Appealed And Is Receiving Strong Opposition By Constitutional Scholars Whose Expertise Surpasses This Judges Constitutional Scholarship.

Denver District Court Judge Sarah Wallace showed courage and a commitment to facts by finding Trump guilty of insurrection related to the Jan.6 the attack on the Capitol. Based on the opinion of leading Constitutional scholars, her ruling failed to be consistent with the clear intention of the Disqualification Clause of the Constitution whose purpose was to keep insurrectionists from being eligible to hold public office.

Contraversary over implementing Section 3 of the 14th Amendment is happening because Donald Trump is the first president in US history to be credibly accused of insurrection.  Esteemed Constitutional scholars agree that Donald Trump meets the criteria for the Section 3 of the 14th Amendment which would block him from being eligible to run for the office of US President.

Two revered Constitutional scholars, ProfessorLawrence Tribe and Judge Michael Luttig agree the Constitution disqualifies Trump to ever be President again. Judge Luttig is a conservative Republican, former federal judge.

Harvard University Professor Emeritus Laurence Tribe argued that the Constitution “couldn’t be clearer” on why Donald Trump is “disqualified” from becoming president again.

Tribe says, ” Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which states that a person is barred from holding office in the U.S. federal government if they “have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.” ( Huffington Pist, August 26, 2023).

Renowned conservative judge and constitutional scholar Michael Luttig’s reaction to the Colorado judge naming Trump guilty of insurrection and yet tuling he is qualified to be on the ballot for president is “simply wrong.” Lutting agrees with Professor Tribe’s assertion that Section 3 of The 14th Amendment disqualifies Trump to be president because it reads it disqualified anyone who engages in “insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution of the United States. The judge asserts Trump’s inciting the Capitol attack for the purpose of stopping the peaceful transfer of power. (MSNBC, Dateline, Nov.. 2, 2023).

Not a presidential couple of honor, integrity, and public service like President Jimmy Carter And First Lady Rosalind Carter were.


  • Violated the separation of powers when in February 2019 he repurposed funds from the military budget to build his border wall without congressional approval.
  • Bypassed Congress and made possession of a bump stock is a crime, even though Congress never passed a law criminalizing the devices.
  • Trump did not inform Congress of his order to bomb Syria , much less ask for authorization which violates the separation of powers in the Constitution.
  • The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held that Trump’s blocking of unfriendly Twitter followers constituted viewpoint discrimination, in violation of the First Amendment
  • Ordered his allies to ignore congressional subpoenas from the Jan.th Select Committee.
  • Ordered military participation at Lafayette Square against Black Lives Matter peaceful protesters.
  • Used his office for personal financial benefit which violates the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution.
  • He incited an insurrection to stop the peaceful transfer of power.
Trump had been breaking laws for years before becoming president. Nixon’s hunger for power corrupted him to commit criminal acts. Trump is famously known to be a cheat and law-breaker. Justice is catching up with him, and his only real power is creating media attention to keep his fading star relevant to a base that has been “punked” by his lies and false promises.

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