Key State Senator Questions Biden’s Qualifications To Be On W.Va. 2024 Ballot

U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart speaks at a news conference, Wednesday, July 31, 2018, at the federal courthouse in Charleston, W.Va. Stuart announced that retired West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Menis Ketchum has agreed to plead guilty to a felony as part of an ongoing investigation of the state’s high court. (AP Photo/John Raby)

A state Senator and candidate for state Attorney General is questioning President Joe Biden’s qualifications for candidacy on the West Virginia ballot, according to the West Virginia Record.

Mike Stuart (R-Kanawha) issued a press release February 12 calling for “a thorough review” of Biden’s qualifications for re-election. Stuart also was a U.S. Attorney and the West Virginia co-chairman of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Stuart said he is introducing a formal resolution this week regarding Biden’s qualifications to stay on the West Virginia ballot.

“Biden’s ongoing invasion and insurrection on the nation’s border and the Special Counsel’s report citing serious cognitive and competency issues demands we assess President Biden’s qualification to remain as President or serve a second term,” said Stuart, also a former U.S. Attorney. “President Biden’s incitement and invitation for the invasion of at least eight million illegal migrants at the southern border is a legitimate and real insurrection.

“The 14th Amendment bars from office anyone who took an oath to uphold the Constitution but then engaged in insurrection against it. President Biden invited the border crisis, incited the border crisis, and has refused to uphold the Constitution.”

Click here for the full story from the West Virginia Record.