The U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari (judicial review of lower court decision) to the Brunson v. Alma case, regarding alleged Constitutional irregularities by Congress in certifying the 2020 presidential election. The case named the members of Congress who failed to vote against the 10-day audit of the 2020 presidential election as defendants.
Kek-Check News reports the ruling means the lower court’s ruling that the Brunson case did not have standing (cause to stand before the court) and that sovereign immunity does protect Congressional members and the president was affirmed in an unannounced order by SCOTUS. He says there is a similar case pending in the lower courts, but will more than likely face the same roadblock. Here’s more.