• June 24, 2024

After A Crooked Judge Illegally Fined Him, Trump Posted An Absolutely Epic Image That….

Former President Donald Trump released an image of himself in court next to Jesus Christ after being fined $5,000 for breaking a judge’s gag order imposed as part of his civil lawsuit in New York.

On Friday, the former president shared the image on Instagram and Truth Social.

The New York Post reported that Trump was the first to post the sketch on Truth Social in early October.

Shortly after, user Dom Lucre posted it on X

(Which I must add is one of my favorite people on X.)

“This is the most accurate court sketch of all time. Because nobody could have made it this far alone,” Lucre wrote in the caption.

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia compared what was happening to Jesus’ persecution after Trump was charged with falsifying corporate documents in April, according to The Associated Press.

“Jesus was arrested and murdered by the Roman government,” she said then.

“There have been many people throughout history that have been arrested and persecuted by radical corrupt governments, and it’s beginning today in New York City.”

Judge Arthur Engoron fined Trump for referring to his clerk, Allison Greenfield, on social media as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s girlfriend.

After Engoron gave the request to remove the post, Truth Social removed it; nonetheless, it stayed up on Trump’s campaign website for two weeks.

Although Engoron claimed it was accidental that the post had not been taken off the internet, he would not accept it.

“In this current overheated political climate, incendiary untruths can, and in some cases already have, led to serious physical harm, and worse,” he wrote.

“Make no mistake: future violations, whether intentional or unintentional, will subject the violator to far more severe sanctions,” the judge said. Those sanctions could include higher fines or jail time.

Trump posted a message on Truth Social on Saturday in which a user referred to Ergoron as a “lunatic.”

Letitia James, the attorney general of New York state, is attempting to show through Engoron that Trump fabricated his own and his businesses’ and properties’ values to mislead lenders.

A discussion between prosecutor Colleen Faherty and Trump’s attorney, Chris Kise, demonstrates the heated nature of the courtroom.

“Excuse me, be more respectful,” Faherty was overheard telling Kise on Thursday, according to the New York Post.

“No,” Kise replied.

 

 

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