If you can’t win, cheat.
On December 20th, Hillary Clinton Operative and Attorney Marc Elias tweeted out a shocking Un-American plan to use the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution to prevent conservative Republican stalwarts from running in the 2022 elections.
Elias suggested banning Republicans for being “insurrectionists.” And anyone who confronts the regime should be labeled an “insurrectionist.”
China does this same thing in Hong Kong.
Then in February Marc Elias and the Democrat Party used this Marxist tactic to prevent the popular young Rep. Madison Cawthorn from running for reelection in North Carolina.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn, who is crippled and in a wheelchair, allegedly led the insurrection according to Democrats? Seriously?
Rep. Madison Cawthorne speaks at The Ellipse in Washington DC on Jan. 6
Madison Cawthorn later sued the North Carolina Board of Elections over their attempt to disqualify him from running for reelection based on a Civil War rule. And Cawthorn won his case. It never should have been filed. This was the definition of lawfare.
On Thursday a radical far-left Wisconsin group filed a new Elias lawfare suit against 3 Republican lawmakers who challenged the 2020 election.
The group, the Minocqua Brewing Company Super PAC, filed bogus charges of insurrection against the 3 popular Republicans.
FOX 6 reported:
Wisconsin liberals on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Republican Sen. Ron Johnson and two other GOP congressmen are insurrectionists in violation of the U.S. Constitution for their words and actions in support of Donald Trump leading up to the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
The lawsuit, alleging a violation of the “Disqualification Clause” of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, says Johnson and U.S. Reps. Tom Tiffany and Scott Fitzgerald conspired to undermine President Joe Biden’s victory and sow public distrust of the outcome.
That clause was enacted after the Civil War to prevent congressmen who had fought on the Confederate side from returning to Congress. It prohibits anyone from holding federal office who has taken an oath to protect the Constitution but has also “engaged in insurrection” against the United States or “given aid or comfort” to its enemies.
It’s unclear what would happen if a court ruled that a sitting member of Congress had violated the amendment. The lawsuit doesn’t seek a specific remedy, but in a statement announcing its filing, the plaintiffs said the men “are no longer qualified” to seek reelection.
This lawsuit comes one week after former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman released findings from his investigation of the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin.
Gableman called for decertification of the results due to fraud.