Supreme Court To Hear Case To Reinstate Donald Trump Over ‘Rigged’ Election

The U.S. Supreme Court is reportedly reconsidering hearing the Brunson v. Adams lawsuit, after previously dismissing it earlier this year. The lawsuit appears to be seeking to remove President Joe Biden, 80, from the White House and reinstate former President Donald Trump, 76, as President of the United States, as it claims that lawmakers violated their oaths of office by refusing to investigate the allegedly fraudulent 2020 general election which it claims was rigged in Biden’s favor.

What Is The Brunson v. Adams Case?

Plaintiff Raland Brunson claims that the defendants – which include almost 400 members of Congress, as well as Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and former Vice President Mike Pence – voted to certify the 2020 presidential election despite receiving a valid request from 154 members of Congress to investigate the unfounded claims of electoral fraud in six states.

The lawsuit claims that Brunson’s vote for Trump, which he cast in Utah back in 2020, was made invalid due to election fraud. The suit called for all 387 members of Congress who voted to certify Biden’s electoral votes to be removed from their role, along with Biden and Harris, and be prohibited from running for office again. Brunson is also reportedly seeking $2B tax-free in damages.

Brunson posted an update on Facebook following the court’s January 9th decision, writing: “The petition was denied. We will now make our next move. A petition for reconsideration. Hang in [there] everyone.”

Brunson Files Appeal Following SCOTUS’ Initial Decision

Brunson then filed an appeal on January 23rd, with new reports stating that the court now has to reconsider hearing the case; and according to an update on the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) website, the lawsuit was “distributed for conference” on Friday, February 17th.

In the January 23rd appeal, Brunson said the court should grant a rehearing because 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.”

Trump’s Former Legal Advisor Supports Supreme Court’s Initial Decision

Interestingly, Jenna Ellis, a former senior legal adviser to former President Donald Trump actually supported the Supreme Court’s decision to reject hearing the case, writing on Twitter: “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.”