NEW: 18 States File Quick Versus Trump’s DC Gag Order


< img src =" "alt= ""> A group of 18 Republican state chief law officers have submitted friend-of-the-court briefs supporting previous President Donald Trump’s appeal against the gag order enforced by D.C. Court of Appeals District Judge Tanya Chutkan.

The legal maneuver hearkens back to when 25 states filed amicus briefs in Texas v. Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, & Pennsylvania looking for Supreme Court intervention in the 2020 Electoral College certification.

According to The Daily Caller, 16 states joined with Iowa and West Virginia AG’s Brenna Bird and Patrick Morrisey to file the amicus brief arguing that Chutkan “overstepped” her judicial function by imposing the gag order. In the quick, they composed,

“The district court here violated its role in releasing an extremely broad order rejecting Accused, President Donald J. Trump, from making public statements about “individuals associated with the judicial procedure …”

The court imposed “minimal restrictions on extrajudicial statements” that hinder and inhibit the continuous presidential campaign, particularly as used to restricting President Trump’s capability to make statements about witnesses who are themselves part of that project. That overbroad Order– an order that a significant United States governmental candidate mute himself on a major campaign problem– can not endure any level of examination.”

The states continued, “Beyond its overbreadth, the Order is impermissibly unclear. By stopping working to articulate what it implies to “target” the individuals the Order recognizes, the Court’s prior restraint will unlawfully chill President Trump’s speech.”

They argued their standing definitively, “As administrators of complimentary and fair elections, we have an interest in guaranteeing no unlawful previous restraint is gone into against any significant political candidate. Indeed, our residents have an interest in hearing from significant political candidates in that election. The Order threatens the States’ interests by infringing on President Trump’s totally free speech rights.”

Bird posted to X,”All Americans deserve to free speech & that includes @realDonaldTrump! Restricting a political prospect’s free speech while they run for office is an unsafe precedent & a disservice to American citizens. However we’re pushing back!” She also thanked Morrisey for his support.

The West Virginia AG posted, “Proud to co-lead this effort with Iowa to ensure that President Trump’s First Modification rights are protected.”

According to the West Virginia AG’s Office, the states of Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and Utah signed up with the brief.

As previously reported by Trending Politics, Trump’s ongoing fights versus the gag orders placed by Chutkan and New York City Supreme Court Judge Arthur Engoron have actually taken a front-row seat due to troubling hazards, particularly from Engoron, to prison the 2024 GOP frontrunner which would present absolutely unprecedented judicial disturbance in the conduct of a Governmental election and more inflame polarization and increasing public stress between liberals and conservatives.