Many people do not fully understand how the United States democracy operates. The process of electing leaders through democracy includes various rules and regulations that must be followed to ensure that the elections are fair and secure. However, the 2020 presidential election did not follow these rules and regulations, and was not fair or secure.
The progressive left used the ongoing pandemic as an excuse to implement widespread mail-in voting, which opened the door to cheating and scams. Additionally, some states have adopted automatic voting machines for counting votes, despite experts warning against their use due to the risk of hacking.
While rare, there are still instances across the United States where proving voter identity is not required. This was found to be especially prevalent when mailing in a ballot. As senseless as that sounds, it’s another huge problem.
By simply considering these three open opportunities to cheat, there should have been detailed investigations into the authenticity of the final 2020 election results. There wasn’t. Elected officials take an oath of office to support and defend the U.S. Constitution.
With all the evidence and documentation of cheating and manipulation during the election, these legislators did not fulfill their obligations to the American people. Four patriotic men from Utah have sued to hold these individuals accountable.
The Brunsons are four brothers who live in Utah. They are a family of musicians. The four travel around the nation playing music. However, they are also staunch patriots who sincerely believe that their leaders failed to live up to their oath of office.
The Brunson brothers’ lawsuit has now made its way to the United States Supreme Court. The Court will hear arguments in Brunson v. Adams beginning next week. Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee believes this is a critical court case for our nation’s future.
Huckabee said, “The Supreme Court has agreed to a hearing for a case that could conceivably overturn the election of 2020, throw out all the legislators who voted to certify the results, and leave them ineligible to run for office ever again. The argument, in this case, is that by not looking into serious allegations of election fraud, those who voted to confirm the results of the 2020 election broke their oath of office and are ineligible to run for any elected office again. To give you an idea of the scope of the potential fallout, Kamala Harris is in that group, and so is Mike Pence.”
While Huckabee insists this case could be a long shot, it’s still noteworthy that the Supreme Court even agreed to hear it on the merits. That means one or more Supreme Court justices believe the arguments in the suit have merit.
In light of the repetitive narrative used by the mainstream media to address allegations of election fraud, this suit spells out the precise constitutional details. Senseless political pundits keep parroting the tired talking points of the far left.
They say that “the big steal” is a “big lie.” It’s not. The 2020 U.S. presidential election was full of suspicious irregularities and outright fraud. The crime, however, wasn’t so much the acts themselves as it was the process in which legislators approved the phony results.
Brunson vs. Adams reads: “During this proceeding, over 100 members of the U.S. Congress claimed factual evidence that the said election was rigged.” “The refusal of the respondents to investigate this congressional claim is an act of treason and fraud by respondents.”
The suit continues, “A successfully rigged election has the same end result as an act of war: to place into power whom the victor wants, which in this case is Biden, who, if not stopped immediately, will continue to destroy the fundamental freedoms of Brunson and all U.S. citizens and courts of law.” In the simplest of terms, this lawsuit is a fight for American democracy.
Dozens of lawsuits were filed, attacking various aspects of the 2020 election. These court pleadings focused on specific things like mail-in ballot harvesting and faulty voting machine systems. Unfortunately, the validity of these challenges was ignored.
But Brunson v. Adams targets “constitutional violations of procedure.” By denying due investigative process to allegations of election fraud is a violation of the U.S. Constitution. Those who allowed this to happen are essentially guilty of treason.
As much as this suit is based on constitutional law, it’s also supported by basic democratic freedoms. Americans elect their leaders and have the right to hold them accountable. Four Utah brothers are trying.
Americans can only hope that the U.S. Supreme Court rightfully rules that the Brunson’s arguments are constitutionally factual. If so, and strangely enough, those who believe the 2020 presidential election is far from over will be proven correct after all.