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GOP Lt. Governor Suggests Removing Biden From Texas Ballot

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Republicans want revenge…

Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick floated removing President Biden from the state’s primary ballot as a response to the Colorado Supreme Court’s shock ruling.

“Seeing what happened in Colorado tonight … makes me think — except we believe in democracy in Texas — maybe we should take Joe Biden off the ballot in Texas for allowing 8 million people to cross the border since he’s been president, disrupting our state far more than anything anyone else has done in recent history,” Patrick said in an interview with Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham.

On Tuesday, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled to remove Donald Trump from the 2024 state ballot, citing the 14th Amendment’s so-called insurrection clause. (RELATED: Colorado Supreme Court Bans Trump From Ballot)

The 4-3 ruling cited the 14th Amendment and argued Trump was involved in an insurrection by prompting false claims of election fraud and directing his supporters to go toward the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

Trump’s campaign has vowed to appeal the ruling to the U.S. Supreme Court. 


  1. I have a better idea – sue slow joe in civil court for every single illegal invader that he has knowingly allowed into our state. IIRC each separate case could net my state a summary judgement of $9,999 which would make up a fair amount we have been forced to cough up for his dereliction of Constitutional duty. Oh and he has to pay it from his personal funds, NOT from the federal treasury.

  2. Actually let the Democrats leave Sleepy Joe as their candidate. Anyone with half an ounce of sense should be smart enough not to vote for him. Just look at how poorly he has performed so fay as reflected in his popularity rating. He is already demonstrated that he is not capable of leading the country so we sure don’t need him for another four years.


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