by Bob Unruh
Marjorie Taylor Greene (video screenshot)
Democrats once again have failed in their attempt to use a Civil War-era provision that those who took part in the Confederacy could not later return to Congress against a sitting member of Congress.
The Washington Examiner
explained that Judge Charles Beaudrot, from Georgia's office of State
Administrative Hearings, has recommended to Secretary of State Brad
Raffensperger that a claim of "insurrection" against Rep. Marjorie
Taylor Green, R-Ga., be dropped. [I find it ironic that Raffensberger [Ratburger) is attacking Marjorie when there have been so many allegations of voting fraud in GA many involving Dominion machines: https://www.sos.ga.gov/news/election-fraud-cases-sent-prosecution-dominion-refutes-disinformation Now watch 2000 mules for a competing analysis. This attack against Marjorie is 'lawfare' ained at preventing her from running for office. - ED]
Democrats wanted her removed from the ballot because she repeatedly has raised questions about the validity and accuracy of the 2020 election, which also was the focus of many who took part in the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Democrats already have filed multiple lawsuits against Republicans claiming that they are barred from the ballot because they took part in an "insurrection."
However, the claim of "insurrection" comes only for their own talking points, and legal experts say for the provision to apply there would have to be an adjudication of "insurrectionist," which is far from likely.
group of Democrats from Greene's district claimed that she was involved in the riot, so therefore she is an "insurrectionist," so therefore she cannot run for office again, under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.