The United States Supreme Court will decide whether to hear a lawsuit seeking to remove President Joseph Biden from office and reinstate former President Donald Trump.
According to the Brunson v. Adams complaint, lawmakers breached their oaths of office by allegedly failing to investigate a foreign involvement in the 2020 presidential election that allegedly rigged the election against Trump.CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER
The defendants, who include members of Congress, Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and former Vice President Mike Pence, are accused of voting to certify the 2020 presidential election after receiving a lawful request from 154 members of Congress to investigate claims of election fraud in 6 states.
Democrats have made the same complaints after every election where a Republican won the White House over the last 30+ years. The difference is that the Democrats had zero evidence to back up their phony claims, and they didn’t have a member of the other body of Congress to support them while the Republicans did as is the rule.
On January 9, the Supreme Court rejected to hear the case, but the plaintiff, Raland Brunson, filed an appeal on January 23. According to an update on the SCOTUS’ website, the lawsuit was “distributed for conference” on Friday, forcing the court to rethink whether to hear it.
“The petition was denied. We will now make our next move,” Brunson posted on Facebook after the judge denied the lawsuit on January 9, according to Zach Schonfeld of The Hill. “A petition for reconsideration. Hang in there everyone,” Brunson posted on Facebook after the ruling.
Brunson’s complaint contends that election fraud invalidated his vote for Trump in 2020 when he voted in Utah. He took his case to lower courts, which dismissed it due to a lack of jurisdiction.
The suit named all 387 members of Congress who voted to validate Biden’s electoral votes and demanded that they, along with Biden and Harris, be removed from their positions and barred from ever competing for office again. According to The Hill, Brunson also requested over $2 billion in tax-free damages.
Brunson argued in his appeal filed on January 23 that the case “represents a very powerful domestic covert operation that is so benign that it cannot been seen on how it has breached our national security, and how it is affecting the national security of both Canada and Mexico, and how it has circulated fears that we might soon see the destruction of property along with a large volume of bloodshed in our own streets.”
In the meantime, Jenna Ellis, a former senior legal adviser to former President Donald Trump, backed the Supreme Court’s decision to refuse hearing the case on January 9.
“This is the right call and predicted. The Supreme Court is not the arbiter of how a member does his or her job. This is a nonjusticiable issue. Imagine if a future Dem sought removal of members for ‘failing to investigate’ Trump. This would open the door to further weaponizing,” she tweeted out at the time.
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