Left’s attempt to prevent Georgia voters from selecting their candidate of choice fails

Source: Kelen McBreen

An administrative law judge in Georgia ruled in favor of GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (MTG) on Friday, allowing her to remain on the ballot for the state’s 14th Congressional District race after state Democrats tried using the “disqualification clause” of the Fourteenth Amendment to ban her from running.

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The Democrats who wanted to ensure Greene couldn’t run for office again used the January 6th debacle at the U.S. Capitol to attack her, claiming she took part in “an insurrection.”

During the capitol protest, MTG was actually inside the House Chamber acting as a member of Congress.

The group behind the attack is called, Free Speech For People, which is extremely ironic considering they’re triggered over MTG’s First Amendment-protected activities.

Judge Charles Beaudrot ruled in favor of Greene, saying her challengers “failed to prove their case by a preponderance of the evidence.”

According to Judge Beaudrot, the Democrats couldn’t prove Greene “engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or [gave] aid or comfort to the enemies thereof under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution.”

The judge’s decision is only a recommendation, and controversial Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger will have the final say when it comes to “allowing” Greene to run for office.

As conservative commentator Jack Posobiec noted, “The fact this was even heard in court is completely insane.”

MTG joined “The Alex Jones Show” last month to discuss the left’s attacks on her campaign, on election integrity and on the American people.