Fallout to Republicans and Criminal Defendant Trump because of the 14th Amendment

Now that criminal defendant Trump really is disqualified to run for President under the 14th Amendment, Section 3, will the Secretaries of the States now remove Trump from their state ballots?

Lawsuits now showing up to get Trump removed from running for President in 2024..  Thank GOD, because I need him out of my life!


More than likely, Trump will be removed from EVERY Democratically controlled ballot across the country. That means that even if Trump still runs in every Republican controlled state, he could never receive the required number of electoral votes – 270, to become President.

The question I have, will the Republican controlled states now go against the U.S. Constitution and still leave Trump on their ballots in November 2024? If you are a follower of the Constitution and believe what it stands for, then all the states will remove Trump from their ballots.

Now, all the news media on both sides of the aisle will talk about this, and I wonder how long it will take for the Republicans to realize that the longer they support criminal defendant Trump for re-election as President, the higher the possibility that they will not be able to produce a candidate that the country could follow as a Republican candidate.

Actually, the boat has already sailed. It really makes no difference what the Republicans do now. Trump is toast. The Republican Party is toast, because of their leaders who fail their constituents because of MAGA. The longer the MAGA Republicans support Trump, the more certain that Joe Biden will win re-election. The best chance they have to beat Joe Biden is to have another candidate, someone other than criminal defendant Trump as their candidate that will run against Biden.

The Republican Party is ignorant and most definitely blind. The Republican legislators in Congress that still support Trump for President, a criminal defendant that Trump is, the so-called Republican Party will not only lose the Presidency to Joe Biden but will be swept clean regarding seats in the Senate and the House, meaning that the Democrats will take COMPLETE control of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of government.

Maybe, this is what it will take to get the Republicans to take their blinders off, or not follow a criminal man just because you feel it’s your only way to stay in your position. On the contrary, the members of the House and Senate that support Trump will start losing their re-elections in a historical fashion. There is a possibility the House and Senate will be highly controlled by Democrats in 2024.

Trump – Disqualified by the Fourteenth Amendment to Run for President

The 14th Amendment of The U.S. Constitution is clear.


Here is what the Amendment says, and I quote section 3…

Fourteenth Amendment, Section 3:

No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.

So now is the question of why Donald J Trump can run for any office. The Fourteenth Amendment is absolute. It stands by itself, and it is clear. Never mind the four indictments facing him, the disgraced president still barrels on as the front-runner candidate for the 2024 Presidential election.

This article in the Constitution forbids Donald Trump from holding the office of the presidency again because of his conduct before, in and after of the January 6th, 2021, insurrection of the U.S. Capital. He furthermore is not qualified because he came to the aid and comfort of the rebellionists who took part in what he wanted, and that was to stop Mike Pence and Congress from certifying the Presidential election. Trump therefore now is ineligible to serve as president ever again.

So why is disgraced Trump still allowed to run? He is in violation of the 14th Amendment, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution, right?  Should he not be running?  The disqualification clause operates by itself. Any prosecution that Trump has pending that are a result of the four indictments against him are of no consequence of the U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment, Section 3.

But who is to enforce this law which is clearly being violated by Donald Trump? Who made the decision that Donald Trump can run for President?

The officials that decided to put in his nomination decided that he can run. The Secretary of State in the 50 states must make that call. If any of them overturns Trump’s qualification to run, he/she will be challenged in court. This decision to disqualify Trump will now have to go up to the U.S. Supreme Court that is heavily favored as Conservative, but it is my belief that the high court will rule against Trump, and he would be removed from the ballot for the 2024 Presidential election.

The bottom line here is that Donald J. Trump, disgraced President of the United States, is in violation of the 14th Amendment, and it will be up to the Secretaries of State and the Supreme Court to make this egregious error right.

I am not making this stuff up. J. Michael Luttig and Laurence H. Tribe have confirmed this in their article published in a publication known as ‘The Atlantic’.

I am providing a link to that article in The Atlantic here…


Trump Indicted a 4th Time

Now with ninety-one felony charges hanging over his head, accused defendant Donald Trump now has a serious problem. The fourth indictment is in the State of Georgia and accuses Trump with racketeering and is named as one of eighteen criminal defendants charged with the RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act). A ninety-eight-page indictment has been handed down by a grand jury in Georgia, and now defender Trump must do one of two things, to keep himself out of jail.

First, Trump must surrender himself for arraignment, which is a court hearing that will formally accuse him of the charges as outlined in the indictment pending against him, and his so-called racketeering partners. The prosecuting attorney, Fani Willis, wants to see all those charged to appear at the courthouse on the same day, which is August 25th.

Second, which will fail, will try to move his case in Georgia to a Federal Court, instead of being tried in a state court. Why? Because he believes in his own mind that if he became president again in 2024, he could pardon himself from charges from a federal court, but not from a state court.

Regardless of what he believes he can do, it is clear that a few of these upcoming court hearings will commence before the 2024 election. Trump calls this political interference, and it is his method to try and halt the hearings until after the election where he is hopeful that he will win, and then he will nullify any charges against him. He believes that this is the one way he can stay out of jail. If he could ever pull this off, he may have been right. But I don’t believe that even the Supreme Court, who is overwhelmingly Republican biased, with 3 of the members of this high court chosen by Trump himself, would allow Trump, even as president, to be able to pardon himself.

Trump has no shame. He doesn’t care that even in his mind that he caused the insurrection where people were injured and killed because of rioting, he is now running for president. It is his way to clear his name, and only Donald Trump would do it. But if he is convicted in Georgia, he could never pardon himself from the RICO charges he is accused of and will be found guilty of. Trump is staring at a jail sentence if found guilty in Florida. Most likely, Trump will spend the rest of his life in prison. But then the judge can elect to put Trump under house arrest instead. Trump has never faced accountability. He has always evaded it. But in Georgia, especially if the case is held and determined in a state court in Georgia, Trump will finally receive justice. This is my belief.

In a week, the Republicans will hold their first Republican debate. Originally, Trump claimed he would not attend, because he believes in his mind that he is so far ahead of every other contestant in the polls. This is the one thing that Trump is telling the truth about. He is leading in the polls, but now with the indictments held over his head, he must do a few things to be able to qualify for the debate.

Trump is a coward. Trump is quoted as not attending the debate because he will not support any other candidate per the rules of being to attend the debate.  But the rules for attending the debate claim that he must support the nominee.

What are the requirements that FOX News states to be able to attend the debate?

1) Candidates must poll at least 1% in three national polls or 1% in two national polls and 1% from an early state poll from two “carve out” states recognized by the committee.

2) Candidates must also have a minimum of 40,000 unique donors’ part of their presidential campaign committee – with at least two hundred unique donors per state – AND SIGN A PLEDGE AGREEING TO SUPPORT THE EVENTUAL PARTY NOMINEE.

Trump will support no one. He in his mind could only support himself. No other candidate matters, except the person he chooses as his running mate for Vice-President, if he becomes the Republican nominee for president. He believes he is better than any of his political candidates. He may just show up, so he could denigrate other candidates. Then again, he may not show up so he could put on a show of his own, during the same time as the debate on Fox.

It is very unlikely that Donald Trump will be able to get all or any of the felony charges removed from any of his court cases. Trump stands to spend the rest of his life in a jail cell.



Trumps Defense is NO Defense

As mentioned in the last post, I have stated that Trump has no defense for what he has done to democracy. Since that last posting, Trump has been criminally indicted (accused) for the 3rd time, as Jack Smith, the prosecuting attorney appointed by the Justice Department, accused Trump of more crimes, specifically centered around the January 6th Insurrection at the Capitol. The tally is now up to 78 criminal charges.  Of course, defendant Trump is considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. In this latest formal accusation, defendant Trump will find out that he finally met his match. Regardless, the defendant will put on a defense, or at least his attorneys will. Trump himself will attempt to stay out of court for every crime he is charged with, because he is a coward. He will use every stall tactic to delay proceedings and will not testify unless he is finally compelled to, and to be honest here, the defendant doesn’t have a chance in hell unless he testifies. When he does, Trump will incriminate himself. If he pleads the fifth, that will work against him. As if this wasn’t enough, Trump will be indicted a 4th time in Georgia. Details on that will be displayed here at a later date.

In prior indictments, there was the Stormy Daniels/Hush Money Case, the Mara Largo Documents Case in the southern district of Florida Federal Court, and now in Washington D.C.’s district court.

Another upcoming indictment, Trumps fourth, will be coming from the State court in Georgia, where Trump will be accused of trying to steal the election in that state.

Trump faces other lawsuits, as the State of New York is attempting to sue defendant Trump of 250 million dollars and bar Trump from ever doing business in New York state again.

But what will Trump claim as his defense? The following defenses are what defendant Trump will use in a court of law, but in each case, just won’t fly in court. Since I consider Trump out of character as a previous president, and because he belittles and defames everyone who is not on his side, I will never use the word President with the word Trump every again. He will be called ‘Defendant Trump’ instead.  He will lose his case, and he will be convicted of felonies in a court of law and faces the rest of his life in prison. So, Trump has nothing to lose here. In every indictment, Trump has claimed he is ‘Not Guilty’, so it will be up to the prosecuting attorney’s job to prove guilt beyond any doubt. But Trump knows, and his attorneys know, that Jack Smith is ready for court. It’s showtime for Jack Smith. It’s stall time for defendant Trump.

Defendant Trump’s defenses call all be debunked. I will list them here and tell you why he will be convicted.

His first defense will be to try to delay all these cases. He doesn’t want to go to trial. Instead, the defendant wants to try his case in the court of public opinion. He feels he has the right to make false statements, accusations, lies and mischaracterizations so that the public thinks he is innocent. The government will test their evidence in court, and that’s what the dependent doesn’t want to happen. Trump wants to get elected and then pardon himself and stop investigations. But Trump will be in court before the election, and the prosecution has the sole burden of proving the case beyond a reasonable doubt.  Hearsay is not allowed. The defense doesn’t have to do anything, but his attorneys will have a chance to poke holes in the government’s case if they want to. If they poke any holes in the prosecutor’s case, Trump will be found innocent because if there is any doubt, the defendant cannot be charged. If it is proven by the defense that what the government is accusing Trump of in ANY instance, the jurors must find Trump innocent.

His second defense will be the venue of the court proceedings. He will argue that he cannot get a fair trial in Washington, D.C. because it is overwhelmingly Democratic and most of the voters there did not vote for him in the last election. So, he already is arguing that the court setting needs to be in another state. Already stated by his attorney, Trump wants the venue moved to West Virginia, one of the most Republican leading states in the nation. Unfortunately, the venue of the court proceedings is always located in the state where the offense was committed. So, Trumps argument will not fly.

He will next try to get the judge off the case. In another stall tactic, Trump will claim that Judge Tanya Chutkan has already sentenced many of the January 6th defendants harshly. He will claim that she should recuse herself. But the defendant doesn’t know this. It is up to that judge to recuse herself, if it is proven that she meets the standard of U.S. code section 455a for recusal, or if the judges’ impartiality can be questioned, she must step down.  But she will not have to step away from this case because her record as a judge is impeccable.

Trump will try to re-litigate the 7 states where he said that he won the election, the False Elector States. He claimed there was fraud and dead people voting, and he went to court and re-litigated over sixty times, stating that the elections in those states should not count in those states. Trumps defense will have to prove that the state electors were legitimate. Jack Smith will have to prove in each state that the pressure campaign was illegal.  Trump will try and delay the cases again, but he will not be successful. The evidence finally will show that Trump tried to get people to commit fraud for him.

Trump will claim that he had a first amendment right of free speech to say things. He called Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger of Georgia and wanted him to find 11,370 votes. He told Mike Pence that he shouldn’t certify the electors results and that he should let the states make the decision to certify. The first amendment’s right to free speech is not absolute. There are things you just can’t say. But it will allow you to lie, in which Trump has lied thousands of times, before, during and after he was in office. But you cannot lie and defame someone, like he did in the E. Jene Carroll, that he never had sex with her, and found guilty in court. He called her names. You can’t lie if it causes fraud. There are limits to free speech. Trump had the right to challenge the election with his words, but he can’t use his words to set in motion a series of events to cause violence in the capital and then try to steal an election.

Trump will claim he got bad advice of counsel in the fake elector scheme. It is a defense that he will use. What it means is if you seek advice from counsel, and they tell you what to do, and you follow that advice in good faith and as a result you inadvertently commit a crime. You cannot be prosecuted for that crime when you get bad advice from counsel. Trump tried to take advantage of this, as he hired lawyers that would go along with his scheme to give him bad advice. The crime fraud exemption takes place here as Trump had lawyers to go along with his scheme, I.E. John Eastman, who is the so-called mastermind behind the insurrection of January 6. All these facts will be proven in court.

The last thing Trump will try to do is preclude his vice-president Mike Pence from testifying because of executive privilege and Pence previously did not want to testify because of this privilege, and there is a speech and debate clause that protects him. The Executive privilege belongs to the current holder of the Executive office, which is President Joe Biden, not defender Trump and presently, Mike Pence in not a holder of an Executive office. So, this will not fly. Mike Pence will have to testify unless he pleads the fifth.

Defendant Trump really has his hands tied trying to defend himself in all these cases, but the Insurrection case most likely will land him behind bars, and he will never be qualified to run from public office ever again. He stands to spend the rest of his life behind bars.