Aiexpress – Republicans in swing states such as Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Georgia have expressed their intention to exclude President Joe Biden from the ballots in the 2024 general election. This decision was influenced by the recent ruling of the Colorado Supreme Court, which stated that former President Donald Trump would not be eligible to run in the state’s primary election due to his involvement in the January 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Notably, Trump also faces federal charges in Washington, D.C., related to his alleged role in the riot.
Lawmakers argue that if Trump can be disqualified from running for office in a particular state, then Biden, his potential opponent, should also face the same restriction. Their plan is to seek Biden’s removal from the ballots in Georgia, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. The lawmakers find it absurd that radical Democratic judges in Colorado have already eliminated Trump from the ballot, and they believe this decision will have a lasting negative impact on the American political system.
Critics have targeted Biden for the influx of illegal immigrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. The House Oversight Committee, led by Republicans, is closely scrutinizing Biden’s actions and weighing the possibility of recommending his impeachment. The White House has consistently asserted that Biden is not involved in his son Hunter Biden’s business ventures abroad.
Republicans aim to highlight the perceived absurdity of Colorado’s decision and advocate for the inclusion of all candidates in every state. The situation is even more challenging in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, as Democrats hold a slim lead.