SCOTUS UPDATE: 2020 Election Fraud and National Security Breach Case No. 22-380—Citizens sent 50,000 letters asking the case be heard!

Loy Brunson appeared on Defend Florida to give a SCOTUS update on the 2020 Election Fraud and National Security Breach Case No. 22-380.

The 2020 Election Fraud and National Security Breach Case No. 22-380 reads in part:

Mr. [Raland] Brunson filed a pro se civil action in Utah state court against hundreds of members of Congress, President Joseph Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and former Vice President Michael Pence. He alleged that before accepting the electoral votes on January 6, 2021, defendants intentionally refused to investigate evidence that the November 2020 presidential election was fraudulent.

Citizens have sent more than 50,000 letters which have been already received by the justices asking that they hear the case.

If you wish to send a letter to the U.S. Supreme court before January 6, 2023 on this case see the sample wording below.

Raj Doraisamy interviews Mr. Raland Brunson on the status of his case:


A serious conflict exists between decisions rendered from this Court and lower appeal courts, along with constitutional provisions and statutes, in deciding whether or not the trial court has jurisdiction to try the merits of this case.

This case uncovers a serious national security breach that is unique and is of first impression, and due to the serious nature of this case it involves the possible removal of a sitting President and Vice President of the United States along with members of the United States Congress, while deeming them unfit from ever holding office under Federal, State, County or local Governments found within the United States of America, and at the same time the trial court also has the authority, to be validated by this Court, to authorize the swearing in of the legal and rightful heirs for President and Vice President of the United States. In addition there are two doctrines that conflict with each other found in this case affecting every court in this country. These doctrines are known as the doctrine of equitable maxim and the doctrine of the object principle of justice. Equitable maxim created by this court, which the lower court used to dismiss this case, sets in direct violation of the object principle of justice also partially created by this Court and supported by other appeal courts and constitutional provisions.

These conflicts call for the supervisory power of this Court to resolve these conflicts, which has not, but should be, settled by this Court without delay.

Letter to the United States Supreme Court RE: Brunson v. Alma S. Adams et al – No.: 22-380 

Supreme Court of the United States 

1 First Street, NE 

Washington, DC 20543


Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. 

Associate Justice Clarence Thomas 

Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor 

Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. 

Associate Justice Elena Kagan. 

Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett   

Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch 

Associate Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh 

Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson 

RE: Brunson v. Alma S. Adams et al – No.: 22-380 

Dear Justices,  

This letter is to express my support of the above referenced case. I am concerned the United States has experienced a national security breach and a violation of every citizen’s greatest power in a Republic: voting. I ask that you stand against the adherence of foreign and domestic enemies and uphold the supreme law of the land by granting this petition. You truly are in a position that represents a court system greater than the world has ever seen. 

I, along with many others, seem to be witnessing our nation being captured and I am left to wonder if it might be by some of these very respondents. I pray for the right and just outcome and I am grateful for your time and consideration.  


Click here to visit the Brunson Brothers website for updates on their court case.

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