BREAKING: Petition Filed with the US Supreme Court Against Dominion, Facebook and CFCL

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The US Supreme Court has a petition before them about a class action lawsuit that has been much anticipated by concerned citizens who are still not happy about the 2020 election.  Many people are hopeful that the court will pick the case up and finally pay attention to the dramatic issues around election integrity that have destroyed so much trust in the American election.

The case has been winding it’s way toward SCOTUS for a long time, and updates on the case according to the website: “ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE SUPREME COURT. The 10th Circuit affirmed the District Court’s Dismissal of our Case.”

According to SCOTUS Blog, the procedure after the petition is filed is :  law clerks, in turn, read the petitions assigned to them, write a brief memorandum about the case, and make a recommendation as to whether the case should be accepted or not. The Justice provides these memoranda and recommendations to the other Justices at a Justices’ Conference.

So now we wait to hear if SCOTUS will consider the case. While the lapdog- corporate media- is ignoring the story, Independent media is covering the details.

Here is the story:

“EXCLUSIVE: Petition Filed with the US Supreme Court Against Dominion, Facebook, and CFCL in “A Case of Great National Importance,” Joe Hoft reported for Gateway Pundit.

A group of individuals filed a class action lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems, Facebook, CTCL, and Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, which is now going to the US Supreme Court.

This group claims that the defendants worked together with government employees in a concerted and coordinated effort to change the results of the 2020 Presidential Election in ways that go against the US Constitution.

November 3rd, 2020 – 2 year Statute of Limitations begins
December 22nd, 2020 – Dominion Class Action “Christmas Complaint” Filed in the Federal District Court of Colorado
December 24th, 2020 – A website DominionClassAction.com is born.
February 15th, 2021 – Gateway Pundit Publishes Article on Dominion Class Action
TRENDING: EXCLUSIVE: Petition Filed with the US Supreme Court Against Dominion, Facebook and CFCL in “A Case of Great National Importance”

February 16th, 2021 – Dominion and Facebook file Motions to Dismiss and send Gary and Ernie Rule 11 Sanctions letters. CTCL, Secretaries or State, and Governors follow with MTD over the following two months to which Plaintiffs respond.

March 17th, 2021 – Plaintiffs file an Amended Complaint
April 27th, 2021 – District Court Virtual Hearing before Federal Magistrate
April 28th, 2021 – District Court grants motions to dismiss
April 29th, 2021 – Plaintiffs file a Notice of Appeal to the 10th Circuit on issue of standing
April 30th, 2021 – Plaintiffs and Supports form Save Our Suffrage www.SOS.vote 501(c)4 to support the cost of litigation
May 13th, 2021 – Defendants begin file motions for $187,000 in sanctions
July 16th, 2021 – District Court hearing on motions for sanctions
August 3rd, 2021 – District Court grants motions for sanctions
September 18th, 2021 – Appellants file Opening Brief in the 10th Circuit on the issue of standing
December 22nd, 2021 – Plaintiffs file Notice of Appeal to the 10th Circuit on the issue of sanctions
March 14th, 2022 – The Fielder Principle Podcast begins
May 27th, 2022 – 10th Circuit Affirms the District Court
June 27th, 2022 – 10th Circuit Denies motion for rehearing
September 26th, 2022 – Plaintiffs file Writ of Cert with the Supreme Court
Respondents Dominion, Meta, CTCL, Zuck, and Chan, must file their brief by Oct 31st

While briefing is finished for the 10th Circuit Appeal on the Issue of sanctions the Court hasn’t made its decision yet.

The group of Americans behind this effort send a message of hope that the fight isn’t over yet in the courts and they still have a chance of peacefully saving our county.

You can help them by donating through SOS to help prepare for the anticipated cost of SCOTUS litigation.

In the Appendix below that was filed with the US Supreme Court, the plaintiffs state:

This lawsuit arises out of the 2020 election for President of the United States. The original Complaint, filed December 22, 2020 (Dkt. #1) and which purports to be a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of 160 million registered voters, alleges a vast conspiracy between four state governors; secretaries of state; and various election officials of Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia; along with Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.—a private supplier of election and voting technology; the social media company Facebook, Inc.; the Center for Tech and Civic Life (“CTCL”)—a non-profit organization dedicated to making elections more secure and inclusive; as well as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan.

I use the words “vast conspiracy” advisedly. That is what the Complaint, all 84 pages and 409-plus paragraphs, alleges: that “the Defendants engaged in concerted action to interfere with the 2020 presidential election through a coordinated effort to, among other thing, change voting laws without legislative approval, use unreliable voting machines, alter votes through an illegitimate adjudication process, provide illegal methods of voting, count illegal votes, suppress the speech of opposing voices, disproportionally and privately fund only certain municipalities and counties, and other methods, all prohibited by the Constitution.” Dkt. #1 at 2, ¶ 4.

In the Petition of Writ  to the Supreme Court, the petitioners note the following:

The rights of citizens, individually and as a class, to file a complaint against giant private persons who violate the rights of millions has been stripped by the decision of the 10th Circuit. Thus, this case is of great national importance.

Visit Gateway Pundit to see the legal documents.

“This case is still alive. Help support this group as it may be our last chance,” Hoft writes.

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