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Trump wins again on the law, this time involving activist judge in sham "hush money" case…


The left must be scrambling, trying to crack the code on how to finally shake off MAGA. But here we are, with them rolling out one baseless case after another, while Trump counters using the actual law and justice system, and guess what? He's making significant progress. A huge shoutout to Laura Loomer for kicking things off with this latest effort to bring "justice" back into our disgraced system. Her deep dive into Judge Merchan's family connections laid bare a network of partisan ties, giving Trump the ammo he needed to push for a recusal.


President Trump and his lawyers filed a motion Friday demanding that Judge Merchan recuse himself from presiding over Trump's upcoming trial on charges brought by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg. Trump's recusal motion cited Judge Merchan's daughter's work for Authentic Campaigns and her X account as the primary reasons for Merchan's recusal. Loomer exclusively reported that Loren Merchan is the partner and part-owner of Authentic Campaigns, a firm whose "featured client" is the Biden-Harris Campaign. Loren Merchan's X account, known as @LorenM426, featured a profile picture of President Trump behind bars in a jail cell. The facts make it clear that Judge Merchan must recuse himself for President Trump to receive a fair trial.

President Trump's recusal motion mentions Loren Merchan's work with Authentic Campaigns, "Your Honor's daughter, Loren Merchan, has a direct financial interest in these proceedings by virtue of her ownership stake and leadership role at Authentic Campaigns, Inc. Based on public disbursements data, Authentic, which services exclusively Democrat clients, is the #21 ranked vendor in the country in connection with the 2024 election."

The recusal motion also mentions Loren Merchan's X account, "Ms. Merchan apparently "deleted" an X account that contained posts reflecting hostility toward President Trump "last April," the same month that Your Honor solicited an ethics opinion regarding recusal in a letter containing information that the Court declined to disclose to the defense or the public. The suspicious timing of the alleged decision by Ms. Merchan to "delete" the X account, as well as more recent developments relating to the account, further support this motion."