Posted BY: RM | NwoReport

President Donald Trump has strongly criticized Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) for filing a lawsuit to prevent him from appearing on the Colorado ballot in the 2024 election. In response, Trump referred to the group as “slime balls” and accused them of engaging in “election interference at a level never seen before.”

The lawsuit filed by CREW alleges that Trump should be disqualified from the ballot under the 14th Amendment due to his alleged actions during the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol. Trump responded by dismissing the lawsuit as an attempt to keep him off the ballot unconstitutionally and identified vital members of CREW who have been critical of him in the past.

In addition to this lawsuit, CREW had previously sued Trump over payments related to his D.C. hotel. Still, Trump claimed victory in that case, describing CREW and its associates as “bad Radical Left people and groups that use the Injustice Department as though it were their own.”

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Notably, CREW is headed by Noah Bookbinder, appointed to the DHS’s Advisory Council by Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas in March 2022, creating a perception of political involvement.

Efforts to prevent Trump from appearing on the 2024 ballot have been underway in multiple states, driven in part by calls from the media to use the 14th Amendment against him. However, most of these efforts have faced setbacks or were rejected in court.

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to deliberate on whether Trump should be allowed on the 2024 ballot based on Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which disqualifies individuals who have “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” from holding public office. The outcome of this deliberation will be closely watched as it could have significant implications for Trump’s political future.