In our previous reports, we described how panic Dems cult after knowing their fate in the 2022 election. Their desperation has reached a critical point, they want to use all possible events/options to demonize the Republican party and bar them from running the office.

And now, they are targeting President Trump, they’re too afraid he might win the office in the next election. Dems are exploring how a post-Civil War amendment to the Constitution might be used to disqualify former President Trump from holding office again.

According to a member of the House Judiciary Committee since January 6, Raskin, who is also a former House impeachment manager, said that Democrats and people who oppose another Trump term in the White House would have the Constitution on their side.

We know the calls for Congress to take steps to strip Trump of his eligibility related to the Jan. 6 incident, have since decreased. But Dems hysteria remains engaged on the issue say discussions about applying Section 3 of the 14th Amendment have been ongoing.

Raskin made an appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” which he explained that Section 3 of the 14th Amendment states that anyone who has sworn an oath to uphold the Constitution, and who violates and betrays that oath by participating in an insurrection and rebellion against the Union shall never be allowed to hold public office again.

Read more of this from Wayne Dupree report:

The Republicans, particularly the radical Republican Party, embraced this position after the Civil War and throughout the Reconstruction era.” It was used then, and it may certainly be used again, depending on what we discover about Donald Trump’s actions, to prevent him from ever being able to run for office again.”

When asked by ABC’s George Stephanopoulos if Mr. Raskin had proof that Mr. Trump was involved in the uprising, Mr. Raskin mentioned the House’s second impeachment of Mr. Trump, which took place after the January 6 disturbance. Mr. Trump was eventually found not guilty by a unanimous vote in the Senate.

In Mr. Raskin’s words, “the issue is whether he was involved in the organization of [the incident].” “And that’s precisely what the select committee is looking at as we carry out our mandate under House Resolution 503 to investigate all of the facts that contributed to the events of January 6th, as well as the causes of those events.”

Politicians from both parties have shown little interest in using legislation to determine Mr. Trump’s electoral destiny.

Sen. Mike Rounds, a Republican from South Dakota, told ABC that concerns regarding whether Mr. Trump was engaged in the incident on January 6 should not be addressed by Congress.

Sen. Rounds said in a statement:

“I believe that this is a matter for the courts to resolve, and, most definitely, if there is proof, it will be up to the Justice Department to put it up and go ahead. However, it should be noted that every single individual is protected under that system. The past president is also protected by this method. I believe that this is something that should be determined in the courts, and that we should not be legislating on it at this time.”

The Justice Department was believed to have insufficient evidence to charge President Trump with a felony, Rounds said.

On Sunday, Illinois’ Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger, and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, said that he would seek further evidence in order to evaluate President Trump’s probable awareness of or amount of participation in the violence if any.

Kinzinger said in a statement:

“I believe the one issue that if I could wave a magic wand and have more information on, it would be what did the president know about January 6th leading up to January 6th.” On the 6th, I believe it’s vital to distinguish between whether the president was completely inept or a coward for doing nothing and if he was aware of what was about to happen. And I believe that’s the difference between being incompetent under oath and perhaps engaging in illegal [behavior].”

Source: WayneDupree

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