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The Supreme Court on Feb. 21 rejected a case that was seeking to overturn the 2020 election.
Justices turned down a request for rehearing by Raland Brunson, a Utah man who brought the case.
Justices did not explain their decision and a vote tally was not made available.
The court periodically releases lists of orders, and the Feb. 21 list included the decision on Brunson v. Alma Adams.
Brunson and his brothers filed the case in Utah in 2021, arguing that members of Congress violated their oath of office by failing to investigate evidence of 2020 election fraud and certifying the electoral votes for President Joe Biden.
That amounted to a rigged election, which achieves the same result as war, the Brunsons argued.
The case was moved to federal court, where the brothers asked the judiciary to remove Biden from office. If carried out, that would mean swearing in former President Donald Trump as president, according to court filings.
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The Supreme Court turned down the case in January after considering whether to take it during a Jan. 6 conference. The reasoning for initially rejecting the case was also not made public.