The Delaware Court of Chancery recently denied a frivolous pro se motion to recuse, and the introduction to the reasons why the motion was denied might be used as an eloquent preface for a rebuttal to almost any frivolous accusation that a recipient may be reluctant to dignify with a response.
In Wollner v. PearPop Inc., C.A. No. 2021-0157-KSJM (Del. Ch. July 9, 2022), the Court began its analysis with the following “money quote”:
In a world of misinformation, disinformation, and mal-information, [the pro se movant]’s theory falls in one of the first two categories because it is based on totally false premises. At the risk of seeming to credit by response a theory too divorced from reality to warrant one, I can easily dispel it….”
Slip op. at 3.