SCOTUS is part of the problem in the past by failing to intervene, by not protecting the Constitution and rejecting a lot of the cases about the 2020 election results. I will be surprised if they take this one.


Could This Historic Lawsuit Lead to a Reversal Of The 2020 Election Results?

Posted byby Michael Blake
December 18, 2022

The four Brunson brothers have taken the Biden administration to court, suing Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Mike Pence, and three hundred and eighty-five members of Congress for not investigating possible voter fraud in the 2020 election.

They are basing their lawsuit on the oath of office that was taken by all of these individuals when they were sworn in, which includes “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” It remains to be seen whether or not SCOTUS will take this case. Here is my take on why I think they should!

It’s pretty clear that something fishy happened with the 2020 election. We know there were issues with voting machines switching votes from one candidate to another; we know there were issues with vote counting transparency; we know that many people had difficulty casting their ballots due to long lines at polling places and a lack of access to mail-in ballots, and we know that numerous instances of voter fraud have been reported across the country.

The question then becomes: did any of this have an effect on the outcome? That’s where I believe SCOTUS should step in. By refusing to investigate any potential irregularities, the administration has effectively stifled any chance for a fair trial.

It would be a travesty if anyone was found guilty without having had their day in court—and it would be equally wrong if someone who violated their oath of office got away with it scot-free.

If SCOTUS refuses to take up this case, then it means that those who are accused are exempt from being held accountable for any wrongdoing—and no matter what side you’re on politically, that doesn’t seem right. Everyone deserves a fair trial—and everyone deserves justice if they are guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If SCOTUS does decide to hear this case, then I think it could be a big step in restoring faith in our government and its processes.

No matter what happens with this case, it’s clear that something needs to change when it comes to how elections are conducted in America—not just at a federal level but also at the state level as well. We owe it to ourselves as citizens of this nation—and most importantly as American citizens—to ensure that our democratic process is fair and honest going forward so that no one can ever question its legitimacy again.

If SCOTUS takes up this case brought forth by the Brunson brothers, then maybe we can start down that path sooner rather than later!

The Brunsons state on their website:

“How can you support, and defend the Consitution against all enemies, foreign, and domestic? Answer: You investigate. If there are claims that there is a threat, even if you don’t believe there is a threat, you investigate. How else can you determine if there is a threat unless you investigate? You can’t.

“Were there claims of a threat to the constitution? Yes. Where did these serious claims come from? 100 members of Congress. What was the threat? That there were enemies of the Constitution who successfully rigged the 2020 election. Is this lawsuit about a rigged election? No, it’s about the members of Congress who voted AGAINST the investigation, thereby thwarting the investigation Was this a clear violation of their oath? YES.”


The Democrats/Pelosi/Biden/Obama blamed the Repub’s for Jan 6th; but, it was their black/brown revolution on Jan 6th – prove me wrong.


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