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Will SCOTUS Overturn Rigged 2020 Presidential Election on J6 Or Facilitate The Globalists’ ‘War On Humanity’?

Former congressional candidate and constitutional law professor Tim Canova joins The Alicia Powe show to explain how Brunson v. Alma, a lawsuit pending on the Supreme Court docket, could result in Biden, Harris, Pence and members of 385 members Congress being permanently removed for breaking their oath of office by refusing to investigate demonstrable allegations of election fraud during the 2020 presidential election.

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27 days ago

This should be the first and the last comment.

Absolutely Positively not a snowballs chance in hell. NONE.

john dallas
27 days ago

Nobody would have shown up to the Jan 6th event…I f the 2020 election had been properly investigated….We are still waiting for that to happen!!!!!!!!

26 days ago

If they were going to overturn it, they would have already. They have NO intention of doing the right thing.

25 days ago

All this sounds like make me feel good and know we’re with you and that we knew all along that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. But until it happens then we’ll believe it.

25 days ago

No! The SCOTUS ruled that election fraud was an issue for each state to decide not SCOTUS.