The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether or not it should hear a court case that argues President Joe Biden should be removed from Office as former President Donald Trump is reinstated.
The case the Supreme Court will be deciding on is Brunson v. Adams, which argues that lawmakers violated their oaths of office when they failed to investigate an alleged foreign intervention in the 2020 Presidential elections.
The lawsuit argues this foreign intervention rigged the 2020 election against Trump.
The case centers on the theory that the-Vice President Mike Pence, alongside other members of Congress mentioned in the lawsuit, decided to certify the results of the elections after 154 members of Congress requested that claims of electoral fraud in six states be investigated.
The Supreme Court first declined to consider the lawsuit on January 9.
On January 23, the plaintiff, Raland Brunson, filed an appeal, which is what SCOTUS will consider according to its website, which states the appeal has been “distributed for conference” as of Friday (February 17).
After the court declined the case on January 9, Brunson wrote on Facebook that the group was preparing to make their “next move,” which he revealed would be a petition for reconsideration, telling his followers to “hang in there.”
Brunson claims his vote for Trump in Utah in 2020 became invalid because of election fraud.
He first pursued the case — which names the 387 members of Congress who voted to certify the 2020 election as defendants — in lower courts, which ultimately dismissed it for lack of jurisdiction.