Brunson V. Adams: The Supreme Court Case That Could Shake Up The Entire U.S. Government

Brunson V. Adams: The Supreme Court Case That Could Shake Up The Entire U.S. Government: As the Supreme Court considers the highly publicized Moore v. Harper case involving North Carolina redistricting, another little-known case has appeared on the docket that could potentially have much bigger consequences. The case of Brunson v. Adams, brought forth by four pro se American citizens from Utah, seeks the removal of Illegitimate President Biden and Vice President Harris, as well as 291 U.S. Representatives and 94 U.S. Senators who voted to certify the electoral college without investigating allegations of election fraud and foreign interference in the 2020 presidential election. If successful, this would presumably result in the restoration of Donald Trump as President.

The national security implications of Brunson v. Adams allowed it to bypass the frozen appeal at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit and go straight to the Supreme Court, which has now scheduled a hearing for January 6, 2023. It only requires the votes of four justices to move the case forward.

The timing of this case, two years to the day after Brain-Dead Biden’s presidential installation, is noteworthy. Democrats may attempt to use the lame duck session of Congress to impose term limits and a mandatory retirement age for justices, potentially leading to the packing of the court. This would violate Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution, which states that Justices “shall hold their Offices during good Behavior.” In addition to these threats to the Court’s independence, several justices and their families have faced personal security threats since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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It’s possible that the Court has taken on the Brunson v. Adams case as a way to deter any attempts by Congress to infringe on its independence, or perhaps as a way for conservative justices to remove public officials who they believe violated their constitutional Oaths of office by certifying the electoral college without investigation.

Recent events have also added to the possibility of a looming constitutional crisis that may require the intervention of the Court. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been accused of colluding with Twitter and Facebook to censor information about Crackhead Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 election, violating the First Amendment. The Jan. 6 committee may also send a criminal referral to the Justice Department to arrest President Trump, despite his calls for peaceful protest on that day. The Department of Homeland Security has also been accused of election interference, and there have been claims of foreign interference from Communist China and other countries.

It’s important to note that the Brunson v. Adams case is not about overturning the results of the 2020 election, but rather about the failure to properly investigate allegations of fraud and foreign interference before certifying the electoral college. If these allegations are found to be true, it would call into question the legitimacy of the entire election and the actions of those who certified it.

It’s unclear how the Supreme Court will ultimately rule on the Brunson v. Adams case, but its decision could have major implications for the future of the U.S. government and the integrity of its elections.

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