The Supreme Court of the United States has declined a lawsuit that was filed by a Utah resident, Ranald Brunson. The lawsuit was submitted against the 2020 election results and was seeking to overturn it.
According to a report by NTD news:
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“The court periodically releases lists of orders, and the Feb. 21 list included the decision on Brunson v. Alma Adams. Brunson and his brothers filed the case in Utah in 2021, arguing that members of Congress violated their oath of office by failing to investigate evidence of 2020 election fraud and certifying the electoral votes for President Joe Biden.”
The report added:
“That amounted to a rigged election, which achieves the same result as war, the Brunsons argued. The case was moved to federal court, where the brothers asked the judiciary to remove Biden from office. If carried out, that would mean swearing in former President Donald Trump as president, according to court filings.”
Back in January, the first lawsuit was rejected by the Supreme Court, filed by the Brunson brothers. The lawsuit was against Vice President Kamala Harris, President Joe Biden, previous Vice President Mike Pence, 94 senators, and 291 House subordinates.
According to Just The News report:
“The lawsuit alleges the defendants violated their oaths of office by refusing to investigate evidence of fraud in the 2020 election before accepting the electoral votes on Jan. 6, 2021, allowing for Biden and Harris to be fraudulently inaugurated. The court held a private conference Friday to vote on whether or not to hear the case, releasing its decision Monday. Four of the nine justices must vote to hear a case for it to move forward.”
The petitioner, Ranald J. Brunson, accused the defendants disobeyed their oaths by not investigating the proof of fraud during the 2020 election before affirming the electoral votes on January 6, 2021.