The Trump team revealed claimed wrongdoing in litigation throughout the nation that seek to remove Trump from the 2024 ballot in Minnesota and Colorado.
Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung explained in an official statement, “The cheat is on as the Democrats’ STEAL Curtain continues to rise across the country in yet another frivolous lawsuit seeking to deprive the American public of a free and democratic election.”
The campaign detailed hidden money tied to organisations like “Free Speech for People,” which has received George Soros funding, in a long email.
They excerpted many stories on Soros’s long history of financial contributions to organisations challenging Trump’s presidency under the Fourteenth Amendment.
In Minnesota, a case brought by “Free Speech for People,” has hit the Minnesota Supreme Court, based on the accusation that the president engaged in an “insurrection” and therefore cannot hold office, The Hill reported.
For reference, the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution stipulates that anyone who has engaged in inciting an “insurrection” or “rebellion” cannot hold public office.
President Trump is also facing a similar case in Colorado, where the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) are arguing that Trump should be removed from the state’s ballot based on the Fourteenth Amendment, as well.
Cheung argued, “In Minnesota, the case is being funded by the grossly misnamed radical leftist Democrat group ‘Free Speech For People,’ which, like the Colorado case sponsor C.R.E.W., is fueled by contributions from George Soros’s Tides Foundation.”
He added, “Using lawfare to attack President Trump’s ballot access is Election Interference, and only happening because President Trump continues to poll so well against Crooked Joe Biden in traditionally blue states.”
The campaign’s email highlighted a New York Post report claiming George Soros had funnelled over $16 million to pro-Palestine demonstration organisations through the Tides Centre. Some say the Tides Centre is affiliated with Black Lives Matter.