Jim Jordan put a swing state on notice for this awful scheme to save Joe Biden

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Joe Biden’s re-election campaign is in deep trouble after his debate disaster. 

Now Democrats are trying to find a way to drag him over the finish line in November. 

And Jim Jordan put a swing state on notice for this awful scheme to save Joe Biden. 

North Carolina blocks Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Cornel West from the ballot 

Third-party Presidential candidates were already a serious problem for President Joe Biden’s re-election chances.

But after his brain malfunctioned on a nationally televised debate, they’ve become a five-alarm fire for Democrats.

Democrats are entering a civil war about whether to keep Biden on the ballot.   

No matter what happens, one faction of the party is going to be upset about the Presidential nominee.

And that’s going to open the door to third-party Presidential candidates receiving protest votes from disillusioned Democrats.

In closely divided swing states, a third-party Presidential candidate could siphon off enough votes from Biden to potentially tip it into former President Donald Trump’s column. 

That’s why the Democrat-controlled North Carolina Board of Elections voted to block independent Presidential candidates Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Cornel West from using newly created minor parties to get on the ballot.

Both of those left-wing candidates are a prime threat to get the votes of disgruntled Democrats. 

Getting on the ballot with a newly created party requires fewer signatures than qualifying as an independent candidate.

West and Kennedy submitted the required number of signatures to get on the ballot but the Democrat majority on the Board of Elections accused them of “manipulating our system.”

Democrats want to claim that they’re the party of democracy but they stopped voters from being able to support the candidate of their choosing.

There’s a serious effort underway by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and state Democrats to keep Kennedy, West, and Green Party Presidential candidate Jill Stein off the ballot. 

Jim Jordan and House Republicans investigate North Carolina over ballot access issues 

The House Judiciary Committee led by Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and the House Administration Committee led by Chairman Bryan Steil (R-WI) are leading a joint investigation into the North Carolina Board of Elections for their decision to block third-party Presidential candidates.

Jordan and Steil wrote the Board of Election asking for “documents and information” about their ballot access decision.

“The Committee on House Administration and the Committee on the Judiciary are concerned that the NCSBE’s decision was politically motivated and may have been done to influence the 2024 presidential election by limiting the candidates for which voters may cast their ballots,” Jordan and Steil wrote.

The GOP lawmaker’s letter pointed to decisions they accused of being politically motivated by the Democrats on the board.

“For example,” the letter states. “In its denial of one petition, the Democrat members voted to block the petition simply because the address of the party’s chairman was not up to date on the petition sheets.”

North Carolina is set to be a swing state in November.

Democrats are trying to do everything possible to help Joe Biden carry the state. 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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