The Judiciary Refuses to Rule on the 2020 Election


Armstrong Economics Blog/Rule of Law Re-Posted Jun 1, 2022 by Martin Armstrong

The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed the lawsuit calling into question the 2020 election. The media immediately jumps on it saying that the lawsuit relied on “baseless conspiracy theories” spread by Trump and his supporters that the election was stolen in favor of Joe Biden. This is in itself FAKE NEWS and a deliberate attempt by the media to continue this narrative undermining the corruption in the election system of the United States. The media refuses to explain the truth for, in fact, their own conspiracy theory was not the basis for dismissing the lawsuit.

Among others, the lawsuit named Facebook and Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, whose election machines remain the focus of voter fraud allegations. The court ruling had NOTHING to do with the validity of the allegations. The court found that eight plaintiffs from across the U.S. had no standing to assert that the outcome of the election “violated the constitutional rights of every registered voter in the United States.” “NO STANDING” means they had no right to bring the action and it has nothing to do with the validity of the claims.

U.S. Magistrate Judge N. Reid Neureiter dismissed the lawsuit in April 2021, finding the plaintiffs failed to show they had suffered specific injuries due to the election result and thus had no standing to bring the lawsuit.

Clearly, the courts just do not want to get involved and they will continue to use every possible loophole they can argue NOT to rule on the claims. The Judiciary has simply REFUSED to defend the Constitution or to allow such a case to go to trial and let the people decide on the evidence. Their refusal to address this issue leaves the 2022 election ripe for civil unrest for whoever loses, will argue it was rigged. That is probably part of the Panic Cycle our computer has targeted for the 2022 mid-term election.

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