Brunson v Adams: SCOTUS Election Integrity Case
This post is about the very important Brunson vs. Alma S. Adams, et al. case that is now before the U.S. Supreme Court. Please read to the end!
If you attended the W.I.N. Christmas party, you heard a little intro to what’s going on. Perhaps you have read a newsletter or an online media report about how critical this case is to our freedom.
Brunson v. Adams would seem to be a rather obscure case originating in Utah that seeks redress for the violation of Mr. Brunson’s constitutional rights to participate in a fair and honest election.
After the overwhelming irregularities observed in the 2020 Presidential election, ordinary citizens questioned the validity of those results. So did some intelligence agencies. In fact, there was palpable concern that foreign entities colluded with domestic actors to subvert the election, affect the outcome, and perform maneuvers favoring of a candidate aligned with their interests. Some congressmen and a few senators raised valid arguments regarding electoral malfeasance.
United States law provides a 10-day pause for Congress to review election-related data when such circumstances arise. This examination should have been conducted prior to certifying the electors that placed Biden into office.
Instead, Congress rushed to install what is arguably a Manchurian candidate into the Presidency of the United States. 291 Representatives failed to perform the legal requirement of reviewing prior to certifying.
They intentionally refused to investigate the evidence and conspired to cover it up. By allowing fraudulent votes to be counted, they knowingly mocked their oath to support and protect the U.S. Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Brunson v. Adams focuses not on the outcome of the Presidential election, but on the representatives’ failure to fulfill their legal duties. The defendants should have rejected the electoral college votes from those states with untrustworthy, unreliable, and unworthy electoral systems. Instead, they committed what technically amounts to an act of war and treason.
Should Brunson v. Adams succeed, the implications are staggering and life-altering. 291 Representatives, 94 US Senators, President Biden, V.P. Harris, and former V.P. Pence are defendants who could be removed from office and/or tried for high crimes for their participation in this illegal operation.
We MUST convey to the Supreme Court our support of case 22-380. We feel our nation has been captured by corruption at the highest levels and are concerned that our country has experienced a national security breach. Our greatest right as citizens has been violated because our vote has been compromised and devalued. We are asking the Justices to grant Brunson’s petition. So we are IMMEDIATELY writing letters to the Supreme Court of the United States – and are asking you to do the same.
Imagine if SCOTUS received one million letters from ordinary Americans. How about if 10 million students, grandmas, aunts, moms and dads sent them a note of encouragement? If America falls, so does the rest of the world. How about letters from Australia, Canada, Italy, Brazil … China? We must speak up now!
While SCOTUS can choose to hear this case at any time, interestingly enough, it is scheduled to be in conference on January 6, 2023. Therefore, it is critical the justices receive a wave of our letters before they break for Christmas – so we must act TODAY. Tell your friends and family and coworkers. Have them tell theirs and those folks tell theirs! Share this post. Copy-and-paste it into an email. Forward the W.I.N. newsletter. Get this out to every single person you know.
Here is how (please read all of the instructions):
1) Mail a letter to SCOTUS. The text is provided in the link but please make sure you add a P.S. Handwritten is best since personalization is extremely meaningful. Have your kids and grandkids send a letter as well. Ask them to draw a picture or decorate with stickers!
CLICK HERE to go directly to the document which you can print, edit, personalize and mail.
2) Copy your letter.
3) MAIL the original to the Supreme Court and MAIL a copy to the Brunson Brothers. This is critical so the Brunson legal team can validate the amount of letters the Supreme Court is receiving.
Supreme Court Address:
Supreme Court of the United States
Attn: Chief Justice John Roberts, Jr. and All Associate Justices
1 First Street N.E.
Washington, DC 20543.
The Brunson Brothers
4287 South Harrison Blvd. # 132
Ogden, Utah 84403
4) Consider donating to the Brunsons to help pay for the legal costs of this litigation – CLICK HERE.
5) Send these instructions to your friends and family. Have letter-writing parties or host a zoom call to write letters together. Be creative, action-oriented, and effective! Reach out overseas: America may be the last light out unless we all come together.
6) Time is of the essence. Please mail NOW.