The hack of a judge, Arthur Engoron, who is overseeing the sham New York City trial against President Trump, is showcasing yet again that our judicial system, especially in left-wing urban cesspools, has gone completely off the rails. We’re dealing with full-blown activist courts now, where everyone, judges included, is a radical progressive nutjob with a single-minded mission to target and destroy President Trump by any means necessary. And the mission these judicial kamikazes are on is very “personal” to them. How else could you explain such unprofessional, unjust, and insane behavior?
This is outrageous. Justice Engoron reads something in the New York Slimes – after the trial record has closed – and treats it as an opportunity to fish for possible additional evidence against Trump. Even Letitia James had to ask him to back off. Sheesh! pic.twitter.com/Pa2S7lZmc1
— FoiaFan🇮🇱 (@15poundstogo) February 8, 2024
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Did this judge find his credentials at the bottom of a Frosted Flakes cereal box? It seems he’s either a total buffoon, as most of our so-called “experts” are, or his disdain for Trump has fogged up his legal lenses to the point where he can’t see straight. It’s probably a combination of both, which wouldn’t surprise anyone at this point.
As FoiaFan correctly points out, judges are there to remind jurors to keep their eyes on the evidence that’s presented in court and to steer clear of any media stories pushing rumors and theories that are part of “the record.” Yet, here we have a radical activist judge flipping the entire script, treating propaganda media narratives as “truth,” and acting like an excited member of the jury who can’t wait to vote “guilty.” This is absolutely bonkers for a so-called country that prides itself on the notion that you’re “innocent until proven guilty.”
Also, what does it say about our judicial system these days when we have to remind a judge about the presumption of innocence?
So nice of them to remind Judge Engoron about the presumption of innocence. He's a busy man and it might have just slipped his mind. pic.twitter.com/MCQTSqjpZo
— Chad West (@Chad_WestReal) February 8, 2024
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DEVELOPING IN NEW YORK: If you’re wondering why Judge Arthur Engoron, who was set to deliver his ruling last Wednesday, has still not done so, here is why: He has given attorneys in the case until 5 p.m. today to provide him with details about possible perjury by former Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg, who is said to be negotiating a deal with Manhattan’s prosecutors to plead guilty.
NOTE: Judge Engoron claims he would like to know if Weisselberg lied in court and what he may have lied about before delivering his ruling.
NOTE: Engoron is set to deliver a verdict in Donald Trump’s civil fraud trial, and New York Attorney General Letitia James is demanding that Trump pays the state $370 million for allegedly defrauding New York.
NOTE: Engoron ruled against Trump even before the trial began 11 weeks ago, stating he committed fraud in New York.
Note: It remains unclear how he committed fraud since all the banks were paid back in full with interest and are not demanding Trump pays them.
NOTE: This has led many to believe that the trial is politically motivated and an attempt to derail Trump, who is leading in most polls before the 2024 presidential election.
DEVELOPING IN NEW YORK: If you're wondering why Judge Arthur Engoron, who was set to deliver his ruling last Wednesday, has still not done so, here is why: He has given attorneys in the case until 5 p.m. today to provide him with details about possible perjury by former Trump… pic.twitter.com/ytb5mBJIp5
— Simon Ateba (@simonateba) February 7, 2024
However, when you think about it, all of this is right on “brand” for the Engorans, whose family crest could be a picture of Trump with the words “Orange Man Bad.” The judge’s wife is reportedly suffering from Stage 5 TDS, and President Trump called out her and the judge’s law clerk.
In a post on his social media platform Truth Social, Trump for the first time targeted New York Judge Arthur Engoron’s “Trump Hating wife,” following weeks of attacks against Engoron, as well as New York’s Democratic Attorney General Letitia James, who brought the case.
Trump argued Engoron’s wife and his law clerk—who Trump has repeatedly made digs against—have “taken over control of the New York State Witch Hunt Trial aimed at me, my family, and the Republican Party,” adding: “This is such an embarrassment to all within the New York State Judicial System, as murder and violent crime rage like never before!
Several of those attacks targeted Engoron’s law clerk Allison Greenfield, who Trump called “politically biased and out of control” and “crooked and highly partisan,” posting a link to a National Pulse article that showed Greenfield attended an event where attendees supported James and posting a photo of Greenfield with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)—Engoron has argued Trump’s claims that he and his staff are biased have “no basis.”
Well, based on this judge’s recent, outlandish, and unprofessional behavior, we’d guess that there is plenty of “basis” related to Trump’s claims, and then some.