Washington Examiner: Fourteenth Amendment threats to Republicans spread beyond Trump

Washington Examiner

The 14th Amendment argument that has gotten former President Donald Trump barred from some state ballots is already spreading beyond the former president after a lawsuit was filed Tuesday seeking to block Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) from appearing on Pennsylvania‘s ballot.

Mike Davis — a former chief counsel to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who has been rumored as a possible attorney general in a new Trump administration — told the Washington Examiner that the fact that Perry is now facing a similar legal threat as Trump indicates “the Democrats will use this against all Republicans going forward if this has not stopped now.”

“This sets a very dangerous precedent, where if you can’t reach your political enemies at the ballot box, you just disqualify them under bogus legal theories. These are republic-ending tactics by Democrats,” Davis said.

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