In a new development from the United States Supreme Court, an anticipated petition from Raland J. Brunson has been turned away by the justices, much to the chagrin of eager proponents of election integrity.
As reported by RSBN, the case (Brunson v. Alama S. Adams et al) was docketed by the Supreme Court last Friday, where the justices were set to make a decision on whether to hear it or not.
The lawsuit was filed by Brunson in Utah against hundreds of members of U.S. Congress, as well as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Brunson alleged that the defendants “intentionally refused to investigate evidence that the November 2020 presidential election was fraudulent.”
Via RSBN, the petition was asking for the removal of all named defendants from office and reportedly requested that they be investigated for treason.
Prior to the justices’ denial of the petition, Brunson has previously issued the following statement on Facebook: “…Now, don’t think for a second that my brothers and I are not prepared for a denial. We’ve got plenty of chess pieces still at play and we still have our queen. Through hard knocks we have learned how this political/litigation game works, so keep up the prayers and your letters to the Supreme Court! You count! We love everyone of you! Thank you for your wonderful support!”
According to the Brunson brothers’ website, they were inspired to fight the system through legal avenues when “…they discovered that 387 members of Congress along with VP Mike Pence actually voted against the proposed investigation [regarding election fraud in 2020], thus thwarting the investigation. Whether the election was rigged or not was no longer their main concern. What now became the concern was when those members of Congress violated their sworn oath by voting to thwart the investigation.”
On his Facebook page, Mr. Raland Brunson posted a statement on Monday that addressed the court’s decision: “The Petition was denied. We will now make our next move. A petition for reconsideration. Hang in there everyone.”