Today, the United States Supreme Court issued a denial in the case of Brunson v. Adams et al. This indicates the court, after internal conference, has declined to bring the case to hearing.
The plaintiff, Raland Brunson, sought to have 385 members of Congress along with Pence, Biden and Harris removed from their Offices for failing to pause, prior to the January 6, 2021 vote to confirm electors, and investigate the claims of over 100 Congressmen and Senators who brought forward concerns of malfeasance surrounding the 2020 Presidential Election.
The suit alleges that by failing to investigate the claims, these officials violated their Oaths of Office and should be immediately removed and barred from holding any future office in the United States.
Today’s denial is not necessarily the end of the case. The Brunson brothers can choose to Petition the Court for Reconsideration. This process could take approximately 30 days and may be pursued multiple times. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court continues to receive 10,000’s of letter from people across the Country, stating their support for the case and asking that SCOTUS accept the case for hearing.
Beginning in 2021, Raland and Loy Brunson each submitted nearly identical cases in the hopes of having at least one reach the Supreme Court. After attempts by U.S. Attorneys to have the cases stalled or dismissed, the brothers found that by using “Rule 11” the could evade the roadblocks in the lower court and have the case reach the U.S. Supreme Court. Raland’s case ultimately reached SCOTUS and was scheduled for conference Friday, January 6, 2023. Today’s ruling is a result of that conference.
Sources close to the case say that despite todays ruling, multiple paths still exist to progress the case forward. Additionally, they point out that many millions across the Country are now familiar with the case which puts additional focus and pressure on SCOTUS to bring the case to hearing.
They ask that those who wish to support the case write 2 letters: one to SCOTUS and one to the Brunson brothers (who will report letters totals as they are received.) The process takes only a few minutes and instructions including simple printable letters is available here on Substack and on Rumble.