UPDATE: We reported earlier on this filing - the court has given the applicant two weeks to correct the document to conform to court requirements. This is a 'pro se' applicant. Our understanding is an emergency writ of mandamus will have to be ruled upon.
We were aware of the 'refiling' requirement at the time of filing this story.
An 'Application' to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was accepted as a Writ of Mandamus through the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
This Writ of Mandamus (Application) is something Justice Thomas can rule on independently for dismissal, or he can forward it to the whole of the Supreme Court.
The applicant is asking that Florida's 2022 General Election (with a 2020 option) be set aside and held anew. There is also room for the 2020 election cycle to be set aside as well, since the evidence shows the same uncertified and uncertifiable equipment was used in both election cycles.
According to the applicant, the same evidence proves that the whole of the elections throughout the country were vulnerable to the same fraud. The question would then be - does this allow Justice Thomas to forward to the whole of the Supreme Court, to set aside the results of the entire country for both the 2020 and the 2022 election cycles? Or, could he rule on an injunction pending review of the entire court?
The 11th Circuit also covers Georgia.
You can see the writ on the links below: