Trump’s Supreme Court Showdown Rocks Colorado Primary!

Today is a big day, folks! Colorado is one of 16 states casting their votes in the presidential primary on Super Tuesday. But hold on to your hats, because the drama doesn’t stop there. Former President Donald Trump is waiting with bated breath for the Supreme Court to make a decision on whether he’ll be strutting his stuff on the ballot.

Voting kicks off at 9 a.m. Eastern time and wraps up at 9 p.m. The Democrats have a plethora of candidates to pick from, including the one and only President Joe Biden. However, even Biden is feeling the heat from his own party and voters miffed about his handling of the Israel-Gaza conflict. Ooh, it’s getting spicy!

Now, let’s talk Trump. Despite the Colorado Supreme Court trying to rain on his parade by disqualifying him from the ballot using the 14th Amendment, the man himself will be gracing Colorado’s primary ballot come March 5th. The U.S. Supreme Court started chewing over the Colorado case in early February, and their call will have ripple effects beyond the Centennial State.

But wait, there’s more! Maine wanted to kick Trump off their ballot too, but they put a pin in it when the Supreme Court took an interest in Colorado’s shindig. Trump’s also giving the cold shoulder to a decision in Illinois that showed him the door, and even New York’s slamming on the brakes until the high court makes a move. The drama just never ends!

As if that weren’t enough, Trump will be sharing the spotlight with a gaggle of other candidates, five of whom have already called it quits on their campaigns. The man, the myth, the legend himself, Trump, is in the mix, along with former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, Rachel Swift, and Walter Iwachiw. Choices, choices, choices!

Fremont County Clerk Justin Grantham’s got some nerves of steel, saying they’re moving full steam ahead with counting those Trump votes. But boy, oh boy, if the U.S. high court drops the hammer and says Trump’s a no-go, things are gonna get mighty interesting. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s singing the same tune, wishing the Supreme Court had tossed a coin before those ballots hit the mail.

Biden in the Hot Seat

Let’s not forget about our pal Joe Biden. He’s got some challengers nipping at his heels, like Marianne Williamson and Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN). But now, he’s got a new foe on the scene: the “uncommitted” option. It’s like a choose-your-own-adventure, but for politics!

After a whopping 100,000 Michigan voters declared themselves “uncommitted,” a similar movement’s taken root in Colorado. The Colorado Palestine Coalition and the local Democratic Socialists of America are shouting from the rooftops about their “Vote Noncommitted Colorado” campaign. They’re throwing shade at Biden over his handling of the Israel-Gaza hubbub, and it’s got him sweating bullets.

The recent tiff between Hamas and Israel has left Biden’s approval ratings feeling the burn, especially among Muslim Americans and other Palestinian supporters. Yikes, talk about a political hot potato!

In Michigan, the uncommitted uprising was led by Layla Elabed, the brains behind Listen to Michigan and sister to Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), the lone Palestinian American in Congress. She’s been giving Biden a run for his money, all because of his cozy relationship with Israel. Oh, the drama!

The Battle Rages On

So, as the day unfolds, the big question remains: Will Biden come out on top? That decision lies in the hands of voters from Alabama, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, and Iowa. They’ve got that slick “uncommitted” option too, just like Colorado. It’s a political showdown, and it’s a wild ride from start to finish!

Written by Staff Reports

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