Editor, The Times:

I am writing this letter to inform your readers about a highly significant case that will be coming before the U.S. Supreme Court January 6, 2023 which has not gotten the attention in the press that it deserves.  

Brunson vs Alma S. Adams et. al has been brought to  the court by four brothers from Ogden, UT none of which are attorneys. In their case they make the argument that when Congress certified  the election of 2020 without taking the 10 days to investigate charges of election fraud that they violated their oaths of office. That violation, if agreed by the court, would require that they would immediately be removed from office and could not stand  for office in the future. Those that would be affected by this ruling would include the former and present Vice Presidents, the present President and over 300 members of Congress. Should this occur it will be a political tsunami and the mainstream press remains strangely silent.

Many people have felt helpless while our country has drifted further and further away from the vision of our founding fathers.  

“What can anyone do?” is a cry that is frequently heard. Well this is something that individual citizens can do. I would encourage all those who have the above concerns invest the time of writing two letters  and the cost of two stamps.  

The first letter should be addressed to the Supreme Court of the United States  1 First Street NE, Washington D.C. 20543 expressing your support for the Brunson brothers in their case and a copy of the same letter should be addressed to Loy and Roland Brunson,  4287 South Harrison Blvd, Ogden, Utah 84403.  

If you can afford it I would suggest that you include one dollar in the letter to the Brunson brothers as they have been fighting this fight on their own from the  beginning and as you can guess it is not a cheap process.

Now is not the time to give up. It is always darkest before the dawn.

Earl T. Martin, MD