Former President Donald Trump expressed his satisfaction with the Michigan Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss an effort aimed at removing him from the 2024 presidential election ballot in the state. He denounced the endeavor as a “pathetic gambit to rig the Election” against him and asserted that the court’s decision rightly thwarted the Democrats’ desperate attempt.
In a statement on Truth Social, Trump highlighted the rejection by the Michigan Supreme Court and underscored the failure of similar maneuvers in various states that historically favored the Democratic Party. He particularly pointed out Colorado as the only state where such a scheme found success, referencing a 4-3 decision by the Colorado Supreme Court. Trump criticized this decision, claiming that it is being scorned internationally and emphasized that the case is now heading to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Trump argued that preventing election rigging is crucial to safeguard the integrity of the 2024 Election, drawing parallels to his assertions about the contested 2020 Election. He lamented the current state of affairs, blaming President Joe Biden for wreaking havoc on the economy and justice system, and called for action to save the country from decline and what he referred to as the threat of the Radical Left. The former president concluded his statement with his iconic slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
Colorado is the only State to have fallen prey to the scheme. That 4-3 Colorado Supreme Court decision, which they themselves stayed, thus keeping me on the ballot as we go up to the U.S. Supreme Court, is being ridiculed and mocked all over the World. We have to prevent the 2024 Election from being Rigged and Stolen like they stole 2020 – just look at the complete mess we have as a result with Crooked Joe Biden violently destroying everything in his sight, from our once-great Economy to our once-fair Justice System. We have to save our Country from decline and the Radical Left. Make America Great Again!
This recent development in Michigan adds to a series of legal battles across the nation where attempts have been made to exclude Trump from the ballot. The core argument in these cases revolves around the 14th Amendment, contending that Trump is ineligible for the presidency due to his alleged engagement in insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution. Trump had previously criticized the Colorado decision, suggesting a broader conspiracy involving the Department of Justice and the White House and characterizing it as unprecedented election interference.