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Trump wronged again by corrupt Manhattan court – slapped with $5M lawsuit

In yet another example of the twisted legal system in America, the corrupt Manhattan federal court has once again wronged former President Donald Trump. This time, they have found him liable for defamation and battery in the rape and defamation lawsuit brought by E Jean Carroll, who accused Trump of raping her in the dressing room of Bergdorf Goodman department store in the mid-1990s.

Despite being exonerated of the outrageous accusation of rape, Trump was still slapped with a $5 million damages award. All because he spoke the truth and denied knowing who the unproven accuser was. It is outrageous that a man can be punished for defending himself against absurd and baseless allegations.

Of course, the liberal media is gleefully quoting Trump’s reaction on Truth Social, the platform he founded to fight against the biased big tech censorship, as if his disbelief and outrage at the verdict are some admission of guilt. As he said on Truth Social, he had never even met this E Jean Carroll before, and the verdict is just a continuation of the greatest witch hunt of all time.

Trump’s legal team even requested a mistrial, but the biased liberal judge denied it. What happened to the presumption of innocence and the right to a fair trial? The judge even prevented Trump’s attorneys from questioning Carroll on whether she attempted to obtain surveillance footage from the store that would show Trump’s presence at the time of the alleged incident. And yet, without any proof and despite contradictory evidence, the court found Trump guilty of battery and defamation.

This is just one more example of the corrupt legal system working against conservatives and Trump supporters. The radical left will stop at nothing to bring down the true champion of the American people, but we will not be silenced. We will continue to stand by our leader and fight against this outrageous injustice.

Written by Staff Reports

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