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By Paul Engel, America Out Loud, Jan 9, 2023
Author and speaker Paul Engel has spent more than 20 years studying and teaching about both the Bible and the U.S. Constitution. That experience helps Paul explain difficult concepts in a way most people can understand. As one manager described, “Paul can take the most complex idea and explain it in a way my grandmother can understand.” …
There is a case the Supreme Court is considering that we should look at. Mr. Brunson claims that President Biden, Vice-President Harris, former Vice-President Pence, and the majority of Congress committed treason, and therefore are no longer eligible to serve. Is what Mr. Brunson claims true? If it is, does the court have the legal authority to remove people from office? These are important questions that need to be answered.
We all indulge in wishful thinking from time to time. What would happen if that wishful thinking made it all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States? That may be the case with Brunson v. Adams et al. Mr. Brunson has petitioned the Supreme Court to hear his case against 388 federal officers, including President Biden, Vice President Harris, former Vice President Pence, and 385 members of the U.S. House and Senate. Does his case have a constitutional leg to stand on, or is it just wishful thinking?