A case that could potentially overturn the results of future presidential elections is going to be argued before the Supreme Court in the next couple of weeks.
The case does not claim that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. Instead, it claims that a large number of Congress members violated their oaths to defend the Constitution.
Tim Canova explains the case called the “Brunson v. Adams”, which seeks the removal of several prominent individuals, President Joe Biden and Harris. It was filed by four Utah brothers. They claim that members of Congress violated their oaths when they voted to certify the results of the presidential election on January 6, 2021.
A report claimed that if the case is successful, it could lead to the restoration of the presidency of Donald Trump.
The report cited national security interests as the reason for bypassing the appeals court and going to the Supreme Court. It noted that the case will be argued on January 6, 2023.
It was also reported that only four justices would be needed to allow the case to move forward.
According to Canova, it was surprising that the court would take up the case two years after the inauguration of Joe Biden as the new president. In the coming weeks, Democrats are expected to introduce legislation aimed at setting term limits and requiring retirement age for justices.
It is believed that the actions of the Democrats could violate the Constitution’s Article III, which states that the justices should conduct themselves in a proper manner.
The report claimed that the threats made by Democrats could motivate the justices to take up the case. They are also hoping that this will deter Congress from undermining the court’s independence.
It was also reported that the FBI coordinated with social media companies to suppress negative reports about President Joe Biden and his family in the days before the election. It is believed that the actions of the Democrats could violate the First Amendment.
According to the report, Congress was alerted to the possibility of election fraud before its vote on January 6, 2021. More than a hundred members of Congress called for an investigation into the matter.