A Missouri state senator is sponsoring legislation to remove President Joe Biden from the state’s election ballot.
Missouri state senator Bill Eigel’s announcement of the reprisal came on Friday night.
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“In the wake of formal efforts in 33 states to remove President Donald J. Trump from the ballot, State Senator Bill Eigel will be putting forth legislation that would disqualify Biden from the ballot in Missouri,” the announcement says.
“By the Democrats’ own standard, Joe Biden should be immediately disqualified and remove from the ballot for the ‘aid and comfort’ he has given our enemies,” he remarked.
“Our country is being invaded, because Joe Biden has swung our southern border wide open,” he continued. “President Biden has allowed more than 8 million people to stroll across our border illegally, causing more harm to this country than any other president in American history.”
“My legislation exposes the absolute absurdity of Colorado’s and Maine’s decisions to remove President Donald J. Trump from the ballot,” he added. “If radical leftists continue to push lies and fairytales in an attempt to kick Trump off the ballot in their states, Republicans have no choice but to buck up and fight back — using the facts to remove Biden from the ballot before he destroys this country even further.”
“Democrats only believe in democracy when it favors them — let’s expose their double standard hypocrisy,” the statement went on. “We must stand our ground to protect the security of our nation and the sovereignty of our people.”
On Friday night, in a related development, Colorado’s Secretary of State Jena Griswold announced that Donald Trump would appear on the state ballot, as the election ballots have been certified, and the Supreme Court is adjudicating the case.
Colorado’s 2024 Presidential primary ballot is certified. The United States Supreme Court has accepted the case, and Donald Trump will appear on the ballot as a result.
— Jena Griswold (@JenaGriswold) January 5, 2024
The Supreme Court will take up the cases of President Trump being removed from the ballot in Colorado and Maine and oral arguments will begin on February 8.