A case that attempts to remove President Joseph Biden from the White House and reinstall former President Donald Trump in office will be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.

According to Brunson v. Adams complaint, legislators broke their oaths of office by allegedly neglecting to look into a foreign meddling in the 2020 presidential election.

Raland Brunson, submitted an appeal on January 23 after the Supreme Court turned down its request to hear the case on January 9.

An update on the SCOTUS website stated that the complaint was "assigned for conference" on Friday.

"Following the court's rejection of the lawsuit on January 9 ", Brunson posted on Facebook.

According to Brunson's complaint, he voted for Trump in Utah in 2020, but electoral fraud rendered it void.

He brought the matter before lesser courts, which rejected it due to jurisdictional issues.

The lawsuit demanded that Biden and Harris, as well as the 387 members of Congress who voted to certify Biden's electoral votes, be removed from their positions.

According to The Hill, Brunson also requested over $2 billion in tax-free damages.

In his appeal, which was submitted on January 23, Brunson requested that the judge order a review.