December 18, 2022

“The refusal of the Respondents to investigate this congressional claim (the enemy) is an act of treason,” says case.

  • Raland J. Brunson’s lawsuit against 388 federal officeholders, including President Joseph Biden Jr., Vice President Kamala Harris, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and former Vice President Michael Pence, was docketed by the United States Supreme Court on October 24, 2022. The U.S. Supreme Court “dockets” a lawsuit when it officially adds the case to its record, scheduling it for consideration by the Supreme Court Justices (more).
  • According to the case, Brunson seeks retribution for the President, VP, and Congress’s refusal to investigate evidence presented during the 117th Congress Proceeding on January 6, 2021 that claimed the 2020 Presidential election had been rigged.
  • The plaintiff, Brunson, alleges that the defendants violated their oath of office by refusing to investigate insistence of election rigging during the 2020 Presidential election, also claiming that this refusal constituted an act of “treason and fraud,” according to the lawsuit.
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  1. The issue before the Supreme Court is merely procedural/jurisdictional, which is readily apparent in the docketing link.

    The Court is not ruling on the lawsuit on the substantive allegations and relief sought, merely the appropriate trial court for the matter to proceed.