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Supreme Court Makes Decision on Dominion Voting Systems Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case alleging that Facebook and Dominion Voting Systems had an illegal and undue influence on the 2020 elections.

The court rejected the appeal from eight Americans without comment.

The group was led by Kevin O’Rourke and had lost two previous rounds in court. In May, U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Tymkovich rejected the suit. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals followed suit, leading to the request for the Supreme Court’s intervention, according to The Hill.

In their bid to have the case reviewed, O’Rouke and his other plaintiffs explained their purpose.

“To ‘fortify’ the election, Respondent, Facebook, Inc., k/n/a, Meta Platforms, Inc. (Facebook) regulated information that a cadre of progressives thought was misleading to the public,” it wrote.

“Additionally, Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) sought to control the process of local elections across the county under the cover of COVID-19 relief through conditioned grants totaling hundreds of millions of dollars provided by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Facebook, Respondent, Mark Zuckerberg (Zuckerberg), and his wife, Respondent, Priscila Chan (Chan),” the group wrote.

“Extraordinary lengths were taken to ensure the incumbent’s defeat,” the group wrote.

In the appeal, the group noted that it had claimed in its lawsuit that Dominion “has played in the creation and perpetuation of concerns regarding ‘vulnerabilities and a lack of transparency in the election technology industry.’”

The complaint included a claim that “‘hundreds of thousands of votes’ were switched in the 2020 presidential election ‘as a result of the systemic and widespread exploitable vulnerabilities’ in the software utilized by Dominion’s voting systems.”

The group also alleged in its appeal for Supreme Court intervention that “Dominion’s voting systems are ‘intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence election results.’”

The group said it was damaged because “illegal votes and unconstitutional procedures dilute the votes of the legally registered voter, persons that create policies and procedures that authorize, encourage, and cover-up unconstitutional behavior are liable for the damages they cause to Plaintiffs with proper standing.”

In the filing with the Supreme Court, the group attached the District Court ruling saying, “Plaintiffs have not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest or injury sufficient to grant them standing to sue. With Plaintiffs not having standing to sue, there is no case or controversy, a necessary predicate for federal court jurisdiction under Article III.”

The court called the lawsuit “a generalized grievance about the operation of government, or about the actions of the Defendants on the operation of government, resulting in abstract harm to all registered voting Americans.”

The appellate court did not delve into the merits of the case, only that those suing had shown no individual injury and thus had no standing to sue.

“Plaintiffs aver that Defendants’ conduct with regard to the 2020 Presidential election violated the constitutional rights of every registered voter in the United States. That is a generalized grievance,” it wrote.

“Accordingly, no matter how strongly Plaintiffs believe that Defendants violated voters’ rights in the 2020 election, they lack standing to pursue this litigation unless they identify an injury to themselves that is distinct or different from the alleged injury to other registered voters,” the appeals court wrote.

In its appeal to the Supreme Court, the group said the damage is evident.

“The current executive administration continues with use divisive rhetoric aimed at citizens that strive for election integrity, and to protect their own rights. These Americans are now classified as ‘election deniers,’ and literally labeled as ‘domestic terrorists,’” the appeal said.

“Such is the foreseeable result of allowing private persons to administer the general elections of numerous states across the county, and, otherwise, bring their influence to bear. The founders never intended for that to happen. In fact, the creation of state government was necessary to, if for nothing else, administer the elections of their people. If this Petition is not compelling enough to convince this Court to issue a writ of certiorari, a case like this will likely never happen, again. As it is, this case closes the door to citizens who have been injured by private persons in a fashion that burdens the rights of a large group of citizens,” the appeal to be heard said.

“Without clarity in the law concerning a citizen’s standing to sue private persons, who deprive that citizen of his or rights under color of law, how does a citizen stop corporations the size of Facebook and Dominion, and persons as powerful and rich and Zuckerberg and Chan from violating his or her rights? They don’t,” the appeal to be heard said.

  • Bill Wyko says:

    The individual injury is the outcome.of an election decided by Facebook, Twitter and the collective press. How much more injurybdo you need.

  • Keith says:

    Speaking to you from experience I suggest to you the possibility that the case on the part of the Plaintiffs was not presented to the Court procedurally ‘proper’. That being true the Court’s ruling, while it may not sound ‘just’ to the average person, was in-line with the unlawful past-practices (which includes of course, precedents) the thieves (the courts; government; bankers, et cetera) use against “us” (the public) thousands of times each day.
    A plaintiff in any proceeding, whether it is in a court or an administrative hearing, has the historical obligation to ‘prove’ its own case. This has been the procedure to be used in lawful courts for centuries. The courts, even though they are mandated to ensure the administration of justice have no obligation to offer any of the involved litigants advice. While this is true the ‘exceptions’ to that long-standing procedure has been ‘conveniently’ removed by the government regarding income tax cases and property tax cases. In those instances the roles have been reversed and it a litigant wants to argue them the plaintiff must prove his case which removes many Constitutional and procedural guarantees.
    I do not know any of the litigants involved with these proceedings nor have I read any of the transcripts so here is what I suggest happened:
    Very briefly, in a case such as this the plaintiffs have to establish that: 1-“triable issues” are at the heart of their pleadings and that is the predicate for the action. Briefly, some examples of “triable issues”: fraud, violations of Oaths of Office, unlawful actions taken Under the Color of the Law and treason; 2-as Citizens of the United States of America the Defendants are in dire jeopardy as their ‘standing’ or ‘status’ regarding the right to bring suit or for the right of Redress of Grievance is in jeopardy because of the ‘decisions’ of the government and the courts in that particular matter. Standing/Status have to be established right-off-the-bat; and finally, 3-that “justiciability” is not a defense, for the court or the defendant. (Definition: Justiciability
    Justiciability concerns the limits upon legal issues over which a court can exercise its judicial authority. It includes, but is not limited to, the legal concept of standing which is used to determine if the party bringing the suit is a party appropriate to establishing whether an actual adversarial issue exists. Essentially, justiciability seeks to address whether a court possesses the ability to provide adequate resolution of the dispute; where a court believes that it cannot offer such a final determination, the matter is not justiciable.) In other words, the courts and the IRS use justiciability as ‘an-out’ to not have to render a decision. They maintain that the issues involved are not judicial but “must be settled by the legislature”. That is why it is a must that the plaintiffs establish that the case involves “triable issues”; fraud, treason etc are matters for the courts as the laws are already on the books and are used every day.
    These are things that must be done. Once presented to a court the court has to issue a specific ‘ruling’ on the matter(s). If the court fails to do so, and the matters have been transcribed, that court can then also subsequently be named as a defendant. There is more. Hope this has helped.

  • Zeynep Karakurt Ozman says:

    American Election System reflects the sad state of USA. LGBT, Black Lives Matter, 6th of January Investigations, Ukraine protection, cheating allies, supporting terrorists etc. America is a huge swamp……. Swamp could bring it’s suitable President to the White House by stealing the VOTES….Life is soo easy once you are a thief a murderer and a liar…..A man who carries all these infamous qualities and on top of everything additionally a pervert senile called Biden with loads of dark connections came to power. Oh Mighty!!!!!! Now he is ruling the courts, Supreme Courts, all the vicious circles around the world. JESUS when are you going to put an end to this corruption? Christmas time seems to be a perfect time to punish these bastards.

  • Randie says:

    The Judges are all Cowards. I bet they are afraid of the Consequences for following the Law and the Constitution.

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