THEY’RE RUNNING SCARED: Montana Democrats Sue to Remove Green Party Candidate from Senate Race
If the Greens are on the ballot Jon Tester can’t win.
So, Democrats are suing to keep the Greens off the ballot.
Democracy is only valid when Democrats win.
Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) was Democrat point person this week behind the smears and destruction of Trump VA pick Admiral Ronny Jackson.
Tester accused Admiral Jackson of being repeatedly drunk while on duty “where his main job was to take care of the most powerful man in the world.”
Tester also told CNN that Jackson was known as “the candy man” inside the White House and that during official overseas trips he would hand out drugs to passengers to “put them to sleep and then give them the drugs to wake them back up again.”
Admiral Ronny Jackson was the physician for George W. Bush, Barack Obama and then Donald Trump for one year.
Jackson received excellent reviews by the Bush and Obama administrations.
Tester’s accusations were complete garbage but Jackson was forced to resign from his promotion because the damage by Jon Tester and the Democrat media was too extensive.
Senator Jon Tester is up for reelection this year in Montana.
Montana Democrats sued to remove the Green Party candidate from the 2018 ballot.
The Washington Times reported:
Sen. Jon Tester of Montana was already facing a tough re-election battle in a state that Donald Trump won by a landslide — and then the Green Party made the Democrat’s job that much tougher by qualifying for the ballot.
Now the Montana Democratic Party is scrambling to oust the Greens. It has asked a judge to decertify the left-wing party by declaring 180 petition signatures invalid for reasons such as bad handwriting, use of initials instead of full names and failure to write in cursive.
The lawsuit, filed April, 2 has the Greens seeing red. They accuse state Democrats of trying to disenfranchise voters in a politically motivated attack.