Globalist junta boasts about “damaging plans” being set up to block Trump from retaking his White House seat
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The Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP), a non-partisan institute within Georgetown University Law Center that claims to use strategic legal advocacy to defend constitutional rights and values, recently bragged about doing everything to hinder former President Donald Trump from finding his way back to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

With Trump constantly topping surveys, beating President Joe Biden amid the former POTUS' legal battles, a "loose-knit network of public interest groups and lawmakers are quietly devising plans" to stop him from carrying out his political platform within his Agenda 47 policies. "We’re already starting to put together a team to think through the most damaging types of things that [Trump] might do so that we’re ready to bring lawsuits if we have to," ICAP Executive Director Mary McCord warned.

Another 501 non-profit, Democracy Forward, said that it was likewise "preparing for litigation and preparing to use every tool in the toolbox that our democracy provides to provide the American people an ability to fight back" against a second Trump administration. "We believe this is an existential moment for American democracy and it is incumbent on everybody to do their part," its President Skye Perryman said and added that although a reelected Trump would have a democratic mandate, her organization has none.

Their main reason: They are concerned about Trump using the military to execute his policies, which include immediately securing the border and mass deportations of illegal aliens, by invoking the Insurrection Act. "The United States is trillions of dollars in debt, yet the radical left Democrats are illegally dispensing public benefits to illegals while they try to massively raise your taxes. The radical left communists hate you, and they hate our Middle Class. Under Biden's scheme, the benefits that will go to illegal aliens include food stamps, free healthcare, welfare checks, and a host of other programs the likes of which you would not even believe," Trump said on his campaign website. "In addition, Biden is also giving illegal aliens work permits to take jobs away from American citizens."

Meanwhile, anti-Trump activists and nonprofits have already begun using lawfare tactics to try and stop him from running for the presidency at all, successfully having him removed, at least temporarily, from primary ballots in Maine. But the former POTUS has already asked a court to reverse the decision by Shenna Bellows, Maine's secretary of state, saying she was a "biased decision maker," who should have recused herself. Bellows, who was appointed by the state legislature, previously ran for the U.S. Senate as a Democrat. (Related: Trump warns of "big trouble" if SCOTUS rules in favor of BALLOT BANS against him.)

In Colorado, the Secretary of State Jena Griswold announced on Friday that she had certified the statewide Republican and Democrat ballots for the 2024 presidential primary election and Trump will appear on the ballot. The United States Supreme Court has accepted Trump’s appeal on the Colorado Supreme Court's divided, 4-3 decision on Dec. 19, saying that he is disqualified from serving as president because of his conduct related to the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The said decision barred him from being listed on the state's primary ballot. But the state's high court paused its decision to allow the former president and the Colorado GOP time to appeal.

Trump wins first vote in the U.S. presidential race in Iowa

The former president swept to victory in Iowa's caucuses on Monday. This is the first vote in the U.S. presidential race and it was said to have "cemented" his status as the presumptive Republican standard-bearer in November's election.

Major mainstream networks took just half an hour to call the race, with Trump taking 51 percent of the vote and opening an unprecedented 30-point gap over Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. As per reports, this was the biggest victory for an Iowa challenger in modern history. DeSantis' and Trump's other main rival, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, were locked at 21 and 19 percent respectively, with DeSantis projected to take the runner-up spot.

Donald Trump romped to a landslide victory Monday in Iowa's caucuses.

"Trump is the dominant candidate (in the Republican Party) and 'contest one' confirms the reality," Julian E. Zelizer, professor of Public Affairs at Princeton University, told AFP.

Meanwhile, biotech entrepreneur and author of "Woke, Inc." Vivek Ramaswamy announced Monday night he is suspending his presidential campaign. "We did not achieve the surprise that we wanted to deliver tonight," he said. He came in fourth in the first presidential contest in Iowa and has endorsed Trump for the nomination. He emphasized "America First" policies, a stance that has proven popular with supporters of Trump. "I wouldn't call myself a disciple of Donald Trump," Ramaswamy told NPR last May. "I would embrace the label of 'America First' to point out that 'America first' is bigger than Donald Trump. It does not belong to Donald Trump."

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