Anyone with even a basic understanding of the law should read the ruling and see for themselves how nonsensical and asinine the whole thing is. This is weaponized Blue State Marxist America, & another example of the sheer impossibility of a fairness & impartiality in these areas. https://t.co/YFh1khEOu4— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 26, 2023
Lmao imagine if @DonaldJTrumpJr and family inherited Mar-a-Lago and claimed it was worth $18 million. IRS would have a laugh.— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 26, 2023
One Soros AG or DA or crooked judge will say it’s worth nothing as a way to harm you. When no other agency would accept that valuation. https://t.co/zxRvDih58G
Remember, these statements, from the Attorney General, are “inadmissible” in New York. Does this feel like a fair application of the law? pic.twitter.com/4VQT9DNUHV— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) September 26, 2023
It’s sad that things have gotten this bad. pic.twitter.com/Zg5rdOHoip— Censored Men (@CensoredMen) September 23, 2023
New York Governor Kathy Hochul then vs now. Wait for it… pic.twitter.com/5tcHNowkH2— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) September 21, 2023
It is Wednesday.
The “rule of law” has struck again in New York.
In this case, the weaponized judicial system is being used to “get Trump” by essentially putting him out of business in New York and seizing control of his flagship properties there.
While the trial will determine the size of the penalty, Justice Engoron’s ruling granted one of the biggest punishments Ms. James sought: the cancellation of business certificates that allow some of Mr. Trump’s New York properties to operate, a move that could have major repercussions for the Trump family business. …
The decision could terminate his control over a flagship commercial property at 40 Wall Street in Lower Manhattan and a family estate in Westchester County. Mr. Trump might also lose control over his other New York properties, including Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan and his golf club in Westchester.
The order will not dissolve Mr. Trump’s company itself, which is a collection of hundreds of entities, but the decision could nonetheless have a sweeping impact on the company’s New York operations. If Justice Engoron’s decision is not reversed by an appeals court, it could shut down an entity that employs hundreds of people working for him in New York, effectively crushing the company.
“The decision seeks to nationalize one of the most successful corporate empires in the United States and seize control of private property,” Mr. Kise said. …
It is a cliché in our circles that there is “no difference” between the two parties.
At the state level, this isn’t true. In New York, you have to deal with people like Gov. Kathy Hochul and Attorney General Letitia James. Meanwhile in Alabama, Gov. Kay Ivey is doing things like proclaiming National Hunting and Fishing Day, celebrating Hank Williams Day and defending mass baptisms at Auburn. As we saw with COVID and the Summer of Floyd, it could be a hell of a lot worse.
Note: Trump’s business empire in Blue States was never realistically going to survive “The Collapse.” The legal order is breaking down into a Blue Zone and Red Zone way of doing things. In the Blue Zone, the entrenchment of the new social justice system is driving out millions of refugees.