As the midterm election is fast approaching, Dems are in full panic mode, they are using every government resources in an attempt to block Republicans from taking into office.
Their desperation to win comes with a price and the more they tried to destroy their opponents, the more it becomes clearer to the American people that they are selfish power-hungry bitches.
And now, once again Democrats have failed to block Marjorie Taylor Green from running for the office.
Here’s what Washington Examiner explained:
Judge Charles Beaudrot from the Office of State Administrative Hearings made the recommendation following an April 22 hearing to establish if Greene had participated in “insurrection” due to her ties to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Raffensperger is not expected to remove Greene, who is popular in her conservative northwest Georgia district and among Trump supporters nationwide, due to his reelection campaign. Raffensperger faces his own reelection challenge, facing off in the May 24 Republican primary for secretary of state against Rep. Jody Hice, who claims the 2020 presidential election vote-counting process was corrupted. Raffensperger has already received ire from Trump and his supporters due to his refusal to investigate claims of voter fraud in Georgia during the 2020 presidential election.
In fact, Dems already have filed multiple lawsuits against Republicans claiming that they are barred from the ballot because they took part in an “insurrection.”
However, the claim of “insurrection” comes only for their own talking points, and legal experts say for the provision to apply there would have to be an adjudication of “insurrectionist,” which is far from likely.
Rep. Elise Stefanik (NY), the third top House Republican, said the decision was a win for Greene’s constituents.
I applaud Georgia’s decision to uphold the constitutional rights of voters to determine candidates on the ballot.
Today, that right was protected for voters in #GA14.
Big win for the American people & @RepMTG!
— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) May 6, 2022
Greene testified at the hearing that she had very little recollection of the events leading up to the riot on Jan. 6, 2021, and denied that she wanted the rally that day to turn violent.