Supreme Court will not hear the case to oust Biden and reinstate Trump. (Representation image) Representational Image/Blimmigration

It is claimed that the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a case to remove President Joe Biden and reinstate former President Donald Trump in his position.

To consider such a case, the Supreme Court has not yet made a decision, according to AP's assessment.

On Feb. 21, the justices declined to hear a case that asks the court to remove hundreds of elected officials from office, including Biden, and bar them from ever holding an elected government position again based on baseless allegations of 2020 election fraud.

Days later, erroneously reporting that the case was still ongoing, a website published a story; however, the article has since been removed.

The facts: A false claim was made on social media almost a week after the Supreme Court justices reiterated their decision not to consider the case.

A screenshot of the title "Supreme Court To Hear Case To Reinstate Donald Trump Over 'Rigged' Election" was posted on Instagram. As of Wednesday, it had nearly 1,400 likes.

The court was "reconsidering hearing" the lawsuit "after originally dismissing it earlier this year," according to the full article, which was released on Feb. 26—four days after the decision.

Since then, it has been removed, and a piece written on Feb. 28 by the same author accurately states that the court dismissed the case.

Days after the verdict, additional posts repeated the assertion made in the original article that there was still a possibility the case would be heard.

On Twitter, they received thousands of likes and shares.

A lower court earlier dismissed the lawsuit, Adams v. Brunson, et al., and that decision was upheld on appeal, according to court records.

In October 2022, it was then appealed to the Supreme Court.

The suit argues that Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, former Vice President Mike Pence, and 385 members of Congress committed treason when they failed to probe baseless claims that the 2020 election was rigged.

In addition, it demands their dismissal and a lifetime prohibition from running for public office, along with "the swearing in of the legal and rightful heirs for President and Vice President of the United States."

Trump is not mentioned by name.

An appeal was submitted later that month after the Supreme Court declined to hear the case in January 2023.

On Feb. 21, the court rejected the case for a second time.

According to constitutional law expert and University of Chicago professor Aziz Huq, "Certainly something that is founded upon the irresponsible conspiracy-mongering fallacies that this petition is based upon seems to me an unlikely fodder for the Supreme Court."

It is doubtful that the Supreme Court will ever hear a case like Adams v. Brunson because it is based on a false narrative, he added.

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