Two “respected” members of the Federalist Society spent over a year researching a scholarly paper concerning the evidentiary events surrounding Jan 6th 2021. Guess what, among other things, they’ve concluded Donald Trump aided and abetted a “insurrection or rebellion,” with the intention of unlawfully denying the rightful Election winner from ever taking office.
Furthermore, due to this attempt at “insurrection or rebellion” Donald Trump is plainly disqualified from running for any Office, according to the criteria of the 14th Amendment.
They arrived at their conclusion, LONG BEFORE Special Counsel Jack Smith did. Surprise, surprise.
Federalist Society professors William Baude of the University of Chicago and Michael Stokes Paulsen of the University of St. Thomas published a sweeping 126 page paper, which stated: “Donald Trump cannot be president — cannot run for president, cannot become president, cannot hold office — unless two-thirds of Congress decides to grant him amnesty for his conduct on Jan. 6."
In a section of their piece, Baude and Paulsen state that Trump engaged in rebellion, and gave aid and comfort to others engaging in rebellion against the United States.
Donald Trump both “engaged in” “insurrection or rebellion” and gave “aid or comfort” to others engaging in such conduct […] He is no longer eligible to the office of Presidency, or any other state or federal office covered by the Constitution.
May 24, 2017