Lin Wood goes nuclear on justices: ‘Chief Justice John Roberts is corrupt, should resign immediately’

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In a stunning tweetstorm posted Thursday, Lin Wood, the powerhouse attorney previously responsible for Richard Jewell and Nick Sandmann’s successful lawsuits against the establishment media, unleashed on Supreme Court Justices John Roberts and Stephen Breyer over their alleged “corruption and deceit.”

The tweetstorm began shortly after noon when Wood tweeted, “This may be most important tweet of my life. Chief Justice John Roberts is corrupt & should resign immediately. Justice Stephen Breyer should also resign immediately.”

Why should they resign? Because Wood alleged both are “anti-Trumpers” who he claimed are “dedicated to preventing [the] public from knowing [the] TRUTH” that President Donald Trump was reelected to office last month.

As evidence, he claimed that he’d apparently overheard or heard about a Sept. 19th phone call between Roberts and Stephens in which Roberts allegedly referred to the president as a “motherf–ker” and vowed that he would “never” be re-elected to office.


If you’re shocked, then prepare yourself, because this was just the beginning of what turned into an hours-long lecture on Roberts’ alleged evil.

In his next tweet, Wood suggested that the mysterious “John Roberts” whose name appears on deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s flight logs for Feb. 10th, 2011 may very well be the John Roberts who serves as chief justice of the Supreme Court.


To this day, it’s not clear whom the “John Roberts” references, whether it’s Justice Roberts, Fox News’ John Roberts, or some other obscure John Roberts.

Speaking of Fox’s temperamental John Roberts, he claimed in a tweet last year that the “John Roberts” absolutely is not him:

This isn’t the first time Wood has accused John Roberts of the high court of being the one who apparently used to fly with Epstein.


As Thursday progressed, Wood kept circling back to his original complaints about Roberts and Breyer and claimed that the “documentation” he has that apparently prove these complaints true “has been placed in [the] hands of several third parties.”

The “third parties” were not identified.

Without specifically referencing Roberts or Breyer, the president himself got in on the SCOTUS-  bashing with a tweet posted late Thursday in which he claimed that he and “our great country” are “very disappointed in the United States Supreme Court.”


The SCOTUS-bashing is motivated in part by the high court preemptively rejecting Texas’s lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin last week by declining to even hear the case.

“The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution. Texas has not demonstrated a judicially
cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections. All other pending motions are dismissed as moot,” the ruling reads.

The suit was basically rejected on procedural grounds, not on merit.

However, during a Texas legislative session earlier this week, Texas state Rep. Matt Patrick claimed that on the day of the high court’s rejection, a staffer had heard Roberts calling for the dismissal of the case despite its potential merit because he was afraid of the riots that left-wing extremists have been committing.

Watch (*Language warning):

To be clear, this is just an allegation and hasn’t been confirmed true.


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