The 2020 election lawsuit, which was widely criticized as frivolous and tried to oust President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris from office, was dismissed by the Supreme Court on Monday. According to court documents, the lawsuit names former Vice President Mike Pence, Biden, Harris, and hundreds of lawmakers as defendants who are accused of breaking their oaths of office by declining to look into claims of election fraud in the 2020 cycle before accepting the electoral vote on January 6, 2021. This allegedly allowed Biden and Harris to be “fraudulently” elected. On Friday, the justices met in secret…
I’m glad you’re here, WayneDupree.com comments! Please maintain polite and on-topic conversations. You could see comments from our Community Managers, who will be identified by a “WD Staff” or “Staff” label, in order to promote fruitful and civil discussions. We stop accepting comments on articles three days after they are posted in order to provide the optimal user experience. The conversations forums on WayneDupree.com welcome comments for an unlimited period of time. For further information, please refer to our community policies.
SIGN UP HERE and join us!
Follow Wayne on Rumble!