posted ago by Bonnieric ago by Bonnieric +97 / -1

(By the way...This info was found on another site. I am grateful for the work this anon did for us.)

The jist is that 388 election certifiers did not follow the law, because they did not review the 2020 election within 10 days of Jan 6th. Because there was information available to Congress about foreign interference from China and election fraud, which posed a national security threat, they did not do their duty, and the election could be ruled by the Supreme Court as invalid.

A single individual who filed suit in UTAH against 388 “Federal” officials for rigging the 2020 Election and running the J6 Committee Sham. The underlying case is: RalandJBrunson v. Alma S. Adams, et al., No. 1:21- cv-00111-CMR, U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. Judgment entered February 2, 2022. [That is, Brunson lost in the Federal Trial Court. Actually he was dismissed without a hearing] He appealed to the 10th Circuit. The 10th Circuit (Denver Colorado) oversees UTAH appeals. The 10th Circuit Affirmed the dismissal of the Utah Trial Case. See, RalandJBrunson v. Alma S. Adams, No. 22-4007, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Judgment entered October 6, 2022. Brunson then filed a Petition for Certiorari (Cert.)to the United States Supreme Court. Petitions for Cert. are always by Permission. Neil Gorsuch oversee the Cert calendar for the 10th Circuit so he must have accepted it an allowed it to go forward – at least to the making it to Cert. in the S.Ct. stage. It was filed in the S.Ct. on OCT 20 2022 and was assigned Cert. Petition Number 22-0380. (You can search for it on Google. Use your own terms and Google 22-380 or 22-0380 Brunson v Adams). The United States Government was required to file a Response on or about Nov. 23, 2022. But the US Government “waived” its right to a Response. The US Government’s formal response reads: WAIVER The Government hereby waives its right to file a response to the petition in this case, unless requested to do so by the Court. ELIZABETH B. PRELOGAR Solicitor General Counsel of Record. November 23, 2022 //// So, the Petition for Cert. is still “alive”.