A challenge filed last month with the Georgia secretary of state’s office alleges the congresswoman helped facilitate the Jan. 6, 2021, riot on Capitol Hill.
A group of North Carolina voters are suing to block Rep. Madison Cawthorn’s reelection bid, arguing the Constitution prohibits insurrectionists from holding office.
The North Carolina board's court filing follows voters' complaint that the 14th Amendment bars those who engage in insurrection from becoming lawmakers.
The language letting them back into the Union required them to enforce the 14th Amendment’s ban on insurrectionists in federal or state office.
The North Carolina voters cited a section of the 14th Amendment barring from office lawmakers who have "engaged in insurrection" against the U.S.
Citadel hedge fund founder Kenneth Griffin outbid a group of 17,000 cryptocurrency enthusiasts who'd crowdfunded to buy the document.
The document will go under the hammer at Sotheby's in November with a multi-million dollar estimate.
The GOP lawmaker failed to mention that time he tried to board a plane carrying a gun earlier this year.
It could lead to a dramatic overhaul of the nation's foundational text ... or an all-out constitutional crisis.
"Thank you for admitting that. Bless your heart," one critic snarked at the Colorado Republican, who'd riffed about "smarter" people in her post.