Four brothers in Utah play the trumpet together. They also have a case with the Supreme Court that has gotten some attention.
The case involving the Brunson brothers out of Utah is getting some attention. These brothers have filed their suit and it is currently with the US Supreme Court. They claim that the actions by US politicians to ignore requests and arguments from the people to investigate the 2020 Election fell on deaf ears. But the brothers argue that these politicians had a Constitutional duty to investigate.
According to their website, this case started after the corrupted 2020 Election:
Loy, Raland, Deron and Gaynor Brunson (the brothers) witnessed the 2020 election along with claims from members of congress that the election was rigged. What got their attention was when the proposition to investigate those claims was presented to Congress and put to a vote. What came as a shock to the four brothers is when they discovered that 387 members of Congress along with VP Mike Pence actually voted against the proposed investigation, thus thwarting the investigation. Whether the election was rigged or not was no longer their main concern. What now became the concern was when those members of Congress violated their sworn oath by voting to thwart the investigation.
The brothers wanted to do something about this. Their brother Deron had quite a lot of experience in the legal field, which started out when he began suing banks in an attempt to show the corruption in that part of the financial world, so he had enough knowledge to file a lawsuit against the now current 385 members of Congress along with VP Mike Pence, Joe Biden, and Kamala Harris. He already had experience with the SCOTUS by bringing two petitions to them, both of which were denied, but this experience gave him enough success along the way to give him the confidence that maybe, just maybe, he might be able to do something about this thwarted investigation.
Their brother Gaynor was heavily occupied with his audio/video television business (Rock Canyon Studios) so Deron got together with his other two brothers to plan out the strategy. They decided to have their oldest brother Loy to be the name on the lawsuit, which is called a “Complaint” and because he would be on the Complaint, the Court would refer to him as the Plaintiff. The 388 people being sued will now be called Defendants. Loy filed the complaint, which eventually got stuck in the Federal Court, so they got together and decided to have their brother Raland file the identical lawsuit with his name on it, in the Utah 2nd District Court. While Loy’s lawsuit continued to be held hostage in the Federal Court, Raland’s lawsuit eventually made it to the SCOTUS.
The case received more attention after it reached the Supreme Court. It now has been given a docket number 22-380 with the court.
As this effort moved forward, the brothers needed to serve the 388 defendants in the case. This took a lot of work and paper.
The brothers’ timeline shows that in late September the Supreme Court received their petition. The brothers received two calls after this from a clerk with the Supreme Court requesting additional information. The petition was then docketed in late October.
On November 23, the Solicitor General of the United States Department of Justice replaced the US Attorneys on the case.
Over the next week or so we should hear more about the trumpet brother’s case and the Supreme Court’s response to it.
Here is a copy of their case.