Chief Justice John Roberts Accused of Strong-arming Other Justices Not to Hear Texas Election Case
Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, John Roberts, has been accused of strong-arming the other justices into not taking up the Texas lawsuit against Pennsylvania and the other swing states that are under the microscope for suspected massive election fraud.
The witness, who is a staffer in the Supreme Court, said that he could hear Roberts screaming at the other justices and refusing to do what he knows is the right thing to do out of fear of “riots” and retaliation.
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