'Never seen a legal filing like this': Trump supporters' latest election fraud suit stuns reporter
Donald Trump supporters in line to hear his speech at a rally in 2016. (mikeledray / Shutterstock.com)

Supporters of former President Donald Trump this week filed an amended motion for a restraining order against President Joe Biden that left one veteran legal reporter stunned.

Reuters legal reporter Brad Heath on Monday posted a lawsuit filed by multiple pro-Trump organizations against multiple government officials that sought to bar President Biden from enacting any further executive orders on the basis that he is not a legitimate president.

"The Disputed President is hereby enjoined from signing any further Executive Orders without first submitting the order first to this Court for approval," the plaintiffs wrote in their request for a restraining order against Biden.

The motion also declares that all Trump executive orders reversed by Biden should automatically go back into effect.

The lawsuit also demands that the entire 2020 presidential election be thrown out so that a new election can be held.

"This lawsuit merely seeks a return to the system of government contemplated by the founders of this nation -- a republic where representatives are elected by its citizens -- through a new election that conforms with existing law," the motion states. "Despite the exaggerated ravings of such media outlets, it is actually not unreasonable to ask for a return to the rule of law through a legal election."

All of this left Heath in a state of shock.

"I've never, ever seen a legal filing remotely like this," he wrote in response.

Read the whole filing here (PDF).