Tuesday, May 28, 2024

SCOTUS Snubs Case to Reinstate Trump as President

'We have been working long and hard on these strategies and there are more to come...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the lawsuit from three Utah brothers who want to oust Joe Biden from the Oval Office and replace him with Donald Trump.

This January, SCOTUS declined to consider Brunson v. Adams, which claimed nearly 400 members of Congress violated their oaths of office by not investigating claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election and certifying Biden’s Electoral College “win” on Jan. 6, 2021. The brothers wanted to remove Biden, Kamala Harris and those members of Congress from office, and immediately put Trump back into the president’s seat, according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

In an appeal filed on Jan. 26, Raland Brunson, the lead plaintiff in the case, and his brothers Loy and Deron argued the Supreme Court should reconsider the decision not to hear the case because it “represents a very powerful domestic covert operation” that impacted the national security of the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

According to the rules of the Supreme Court, any petition for rehearing will only be granted if a majority of the nine justices agree.

The case became so famous that even Trump himself posted a link to a story about the petition for a re-hearing on his Truth Social account last week.

Deron, who drafted the lawsuit, said after filing the petition for a rehearing that the justices would be violating their own oath of office if they won’t agree to take up the case.

After SCOTUS denied the suit, Ralan wrote on Facebook that they are working on a yet-to-be-revealed “plan C,” promising to share more details in the coming days.

“We have been working long and hard on these strategies and there are more to come,” Brunson wrote.

The brothers vowed to continue trying to remove Biden from office, urging their supporters to flood the Supreme Court with a pre-written affidavit arguing that a stolen election is an act of war on this country and demanding each justice who refused to hear the case to explain why they did so.

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