“Plaintiffs bear the burden of establishing that jurisdiction over the Congressional Defendants exists and have failed to do so here. Sovereign immunity therefore bars Plaintiffs’ claims against the Congressional Defendants. Plaintiffs note in their Complaint that T-Mobile was only added to ensure compliance with the Court’s Order. Because there is no viable claim against T-Mobile, the Court will also dismiss it. Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Plaintiffs’ Motion to Quash is denied and the Congressional Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss is granted. The Clerk of the Court is kindly directed to terminate this action,” says the ruling from Arizona US District Court Judge Diane J. Humetewa saying Arizona GOP Chairwoman “Chemtrails” Kelli Ward has no standing to challenge a subpoena for her phone records from the House January 6th Select Committee.
Ward, an osteopathic physician, had even tried to use HIPAA to shield her phone records, based on some bizarre argument alleging “the enforcement of the Subpoena must be enjoined until and unless limitations are put in place to protect the [protected health information (‘PHI’)] of the Plaintiffs’ patients,” as if the House January 6th Select Committee gives a fuck about which Arizonans were patients at her quack weigh-loss clinic called “Mole Medical Services”.