Supreme Court rules Trump is on the ballot

The Supreme Court voted unanimously today in a Colorado case that states cannot leave Donald Trump off the ballot in November.

But is there any question that Donald Trump fomented an insurrection on January 6, 2021? He was impeached by the House and a majority of the U.S. Senate, including seven Republicans. One Republican who did not was Mitch McConnell, even though he included this in his remarks explaining his vote:

There is no doubt — none — that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for the events of the day.

McConnell will always live with the knowledge that he blew the one opportunity he had as Minority Leader to lead and tell his caucus to vote to convict Trump and prevent him from ever running for public office again.

Colorado will, no doubt, still vote for Biden. But this will be another close election. And as of now, Trump leads in the polls (nationally, that is). 

Midwest Values PAC has begun giving to strategic operations and candidates in battleground states. In 2022, we raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for operations in Nevada, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.

The stakes in this election could not be higher. It is not hyperbole to say that our very democracy is at stake. Trump will be hosting the famously corrupt Hungarian autocrat Viktor Orbán at Mar-a-Lago later this week. Of course.

The fight is on. The election is a mere eight months away.


P.S. My perfunctory P.S.’s are now on display at the Fundraising Hall of Fame in Altoona, Pennsylvania. 

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