Federal Judge Gives Timeline on Trump Ruling

As the 2024 presidential election inches nearer and nearer, politics in the United States remains as polarized as ever. In the Democratic party, the sitting president Joe Biden appears poised to earn the party’s presidential nomination and seek re-election despite his widespread unpopularity. Biden faces only token resistance, mostly in the form of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who in a distant second place, has been received more positively by Republican voters rather than far-left progressive democrats. As the party continues to promote its far-left agenda, moderates across the nation are seeking a middle-ground candidate. Despite these sentiments, it appears the frontrunner for the Republican party will indeed be the former 45th President Donald Trump, an immensely polarizing figure who is nearly as unpopular as Joe Biden. While Trump faces a crowded field of opponents, none have been able to generate any meaningful support, and he holds a large double digit lead in the present day over the second place challenger, Ron DeSantis.

Despite this, Trump possesses significant baggage, being weighed down by four criminal indictments; no president in American history has ever faced such charges. While Biden himself has far from a transparent record and new evidence continues to emerge regarding corrupt business deals between foreign leaders and his son while the president served as Vice President under Barack Obama, the media continues to make a large fuss over Trumps criminal charges.

On Sunday, September 3rd, a retired Federal Judge named Michael Luttig appeared on the far-left media network MSNBC to discuss a recent legal case which has been brought about that attempts to utilize the 14th amendment to disqualify Trump from once again taking office should he win the 2024 election. Opponents of Trump are attempting to make the argument that he committed “insurrection” against the government of the United States and should be disqualified. Judge Luttig believes the Supreme Court will rule sooner than later on the case.