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Supreme Court Justice’s Question Leaves Colorado Lawyer in Disarray

via Library of Congress
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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas challenged Colorado attorney Jason Murray during a hearing about the removal of Donald Trump’s name from state ballots.

Despite Murray’s arguments, Thomas repeatedly asked for examples of national candidates being disqualified by states, to which Murray could not provide a single instance.

The exchange highlighted the lack of legal precedent for states to disqualify national candidates and suggested that the efforts were motivated by animosity towards Trump rather than legal grounds.

The discussion underscored the contentious nature of the case and the potential bias influencing the legal process.

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