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DeSantis Floats Having Biden Struck Off the Ballot in Florida

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Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida, a potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate, criticized Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows’ decision to remove Donald Trump from the state’s primary ballot.

DeSantis suggested that Florida could similarly remove President Joe Biden from its ballot due to alleged mishandling of border security.

He argued that this unilateral action was not a proper interpretation of the 14th Amendment and predicted it would be reversed by the Supreme Court, calling it a “stunt” by a liberal official seeking attention. (Trending: Fauci’s Ex-Boss Admits The Truth About COVID)

“Well, obviously, to have one executive branch official unilaterally striking someone off the ballot is not an appropriate interpretation of the 14th Amendment,” said DeSantis.

“We could have — in Florida, what, are we going to have Biden struck off the ballot because he’s allowed an invasion of 8 million people, including enemy nations have sent people in? This could just be — end up being a tit-for-tat. So I think it’ll get reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court,” he continued.

DeSantis maintained that the move was not grounded in a proper interpretation of the Constitution.

“I think it’s more of a stunt that you have a very liberal person in that position who’s just trying to play for cheap clicks,” explained DeSantis.

“But, ultimately, I don’t think it’s grounded in a proper interpretation of the Constitution,” concluded the Florida governor.

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