The Supremes Finally Get Involved
It was a coup. The 2020 United States presidential election was stolen. Biased coverage, secret tech censorship, manipulation by intelligence agencies, illegal modifications to election laws, blatant breaking of election laws, altering of electronic votes, and coverups upon coverups added up to 81 million official votes for an unpopular, corrupt, aging, insider candidate who campaigned from his basement. November and December 2020, remember, brought a storm of warnings and dozens of lawsuits reaching all the way to the Supreme Court. In a dramatic and contentious decision, the court declined to hear a single one.
The court left it, then, to Congress, where representatives of the people would present evidence, request inquiries, and vote on whether to certify the election. That was scheduled for 1 p.m., Eastern Standard Time, Jan. 6, 2021.
We know what happened next.
A lot has happened since the 2020 campaign, election and illegal installation of a pretender to the presidency. Events have ebbed and flowed and ebbed again. President Trump, against the expectations of some, dutifully left the White House. Joe Biden (controlled throughout by Barack Obama) successfully usurped the world’s most powerful office on Jan. 20, 2021. All challenges, Supreme Court and otherwise, were downplayed, slow-walked or dismissed—and certainly ridiculed by the mainstream media. Donald Trump, still insisting on fraud, receded somewhat into the background. News organizations tried to move on. There were questions, perhaps even in the mind of Mr. Trump, now in his 70s, whether he would pour in the time, resources and risk necessary for more legal challenges or another campaign for the presidency.
And all this time, since before the election, my father, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry, has asserted that the Bible prophesies Donald Trump’s role, that certain prophecies about him remain unfulfilled, that the presidency is rightfully his, and that he will be president. The imposition of Joe Biden and his ongoing imposter presidency surprised all of us—yet throughout this tumultuous period and all the ups and downs, my father has been certain that Donald Trump is the rightful president and will regain that power. And he has specified that the “kingdom’s court” will likely facilitate this.
It’s Dec. 19, 2023, the topic of the 2020 election is red hot, and the Supreme Court is finally getting involved.
Donald Trump, as you know, has indeed chosen to run for 2024, has made himself the world’s biggest target once again, has attracted a series of lawsuits, and has nonetheless repeated and reasserted the fact that 2020 was stolen. He is now pulling ahead of Biden in the polls.
The Obama-Biden regime keeps trying to silence him.
President Trump has been indicted four times on 91 felony counts involving supposed campaign finance offenses in New York, possessing classified documents in Florida, contesting the 2020 election in Georgia, and inciting a riot in Washington, D.C.
Special Counsel Jack Smith has been the source of almost a dozen charges, including the accusation of stirring up a riot on Jan. 6, 2021, to prevent Joe Biden’s electoral victory from being certified. If Smith can get a conviction, Trump could be barred from holding office under the disqualification clause of the 14th Amendment.
This is a clear-cut case of prosecuting a political opponent. In October, Trump wondered aloud why he wasn’t indicted for his alleged crimes three years ago, instead of this year.
“Remember, crooked Joe Biden and his radical-left thugs waited three years to bring these indictments and lawsuits against me, right in the middle of my campaign,” he posted on Truth Social. Trump made the case that Smith’s charges were deliberately timed to derail his presidential campaign, and claimed “absolute immunity” from criminal prosecution for actions taken while he was president. So Smith is now pressuring the United States Supreme Court to get involved.
On December 13, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a case brought to it by Joseph Fischer, a January 6 protester who says he was only briefly inside the Capitol but was still charged with obstruction of a congressional proceeding. Fischer argued that the statute he supposedly violated was enacted in the wake of the Enron collapse and was intended to apply to evidence tampering that obstructs an official proceeding.
U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols initially agreed to let Fischer off the hook, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit reinstated the charges against him. Fischer appealed to the Supreme Court on September 13, but the justices did not decide whether to hear his appeal until Jack Smith pressured them to decide quickly whether former President Donald Trump can face criminal charges for conspiring to overturn the results of the 2020 election. The obstruction charge at the center of the Fischer case is the same one deployed against Donald Trump and hundreds of January 6 protesters. The court will first have to rule whether or not Trump has immunity from criminal prosecution before the case can continue.
Smith wants the Supreme Court to skip the normal appellate process and rule promptly so his January 6 trial can begin before the gop Super Tuesday primaries begin. Yet an adverse ruling could limit the charges Smith can bring against Trump. Democrats are already calling for Justice Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from this case, because they fear conservative justices may rule in Trump’s favor and stop Smith’s investigation.
In some ways, the Supreme Court has already delivered a win for Trump. Its decision to take up the case has delayed Smith’s ability to proceed on all four counts in the indictment. And if the court rules that Trump has prosecutorial immunity or that those January 6 protesters who trespassed on Capital grounds are not actually guilty of disrupting Congress, then the win for Trump will be even greater. The Biden regime is desperate to make it look like Trump was trying to overthrow America’s constitutional republic on Jan. 6, 2021, but the truth is that Trump needed the protest to remain peaceful while Congress investigated the evidence of election fraud. The only people who benefited from the rioting were Biden officials who did not want fraud investigated.
Hopefully, Fischer v. the United States will be the beginning of a much bigger investigation into Jan. 6, 2021.
As my father has said for three years, Donald Trump was the legitimate winner of the 2020 presidential election and he will likely return to power with the Supreme Court’s help. “I don’t know, but I would think the Supreme Court is going to have to rule on this election eventually,” he wrote on Nov. 9, 2020. “The fact that Justice Barrett will be there when that happens increases the odds that the law will be upheld! And that would make all the difference for the president.”
My father bases his analysis on a scripture in Amos 7:13, where an evil priest tells the Prophet Amos, “But prophesy not again any more at Bethel: for it is the king’s chapel, and it is the king’s court.” He explains in his article “Is America’s Supreme Court in Bible Prophecy?” that the phrase “king’s court” would better be translated “kingdom’s court” and that it refers to a “nonreligious entity” that supports an end-time antitype of King Jeroboam ii. Since he has identified Donald Trump as the end-time Jeroboam, the kingdom’s court that supports him is almost assuredly the U.S. Supreme Court, which currently has five conservative justices.
Congress certified the 2020 election for Biden on Jan. 7, 2021, and there is no established constitutional process for undoing a congressional election certification, even if a usurpation is uncovered. So the Supreme Court would have to rule on what to do in such a circumstance. The Trumpet still expects the theft of the 2020 election to be fully exposed, for Barack Obama and Joe Biden’s power to dwindle, and for Donald Trump to return to the presidency. So keep watching for the Supreme Court to get involved in a landmark case!