Trump Gets MAJOR Victory in Fraud Case

On Monday, an appeals court panel granted former President Donald Trump a crucial lifeline, permitting him to secure a reduced bond of $175 million—significantly less than the absurd $454 million bond set by the leftist Judge Arthur Engoron. This move serves as a temporary shield against the looming threat of New York Attorney General Letitia James seizing Trump’s assets.

The decision is a major victory for Trump, and he now has a ten-day grace period to pay the required $175 million bond, which gives him valuable time in this absurd legal battle against him.

Letitia James sued Trump for allegedly inflating his assets to get a loan, and Judge Engoron, another Democrat partisan, agreed.

“Every single real estate developer everywhere on earth does this. They always talk about their asset[s] being worth a lot and the bank says ‘no’ and that’s just the way it is,” famed investor and “Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary told CNN in January. “If you’re going to sue this case and win, you got to sue every real estate developer everywhere.”

But that didn’t matter to AG James, a Democrat who campaigned on getting Trump. Nor did it matter that the loan was paid off and there was no victim. It also didn’t matter that the bank James claimed was defrauded testified in Trump’s defense.


Trump responded to the news in a post on Truth Social.

“Judge Engoron has refused to obey the decision of the Appellate Division relative to the Statute of Limitations. This is a confrontation between a Judge and those that rule above him – A very bad situation in which to place New York State and the Rule of Law! Engoron has disrespected the Appellate Division and its very clear and precise ruling. He should be made to do so, and at the same time, release the GAG ORDER. This is the 5th time in this case that he has been overturned, a record. His credibility, and that of Letitia James, has been shattered. We will abide by the decision of the Appellate Division, and post either a bond, equivalent securities, or cash. This also shows how ridiculous and outrageous Engoron’s original decision was at $450 Million. I DID NOTHING WRONG, AND NEW YORK SHOULD NEVER BE PUT IN A POSITION LIKE THIS AGAIN. BUSINESSES ARE FLEEING, VIOLENT CRIME IS FLOURISHING, AND IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT THIS BE RESOLVED IN ITS TOTALITY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THANK YOU!”

Trump added in a follow-up post:

“Judge Engoron and Letitia James should be forced to explain why he ruled that Mar-a-Lago was worth $18,000,000 when, in fact, it is worth from 50 to 100 times that amount. How did the Attorney General of the State of New York force this Corrupt Judge to do that in order to help her narrative – AND WHY?”

Texas army veteran legally changes his name to Literally Anybody Else as he launches long-shot presidential bid for voters who are fed up with Biden and Trump

An army veteran and teacher in Texas has changed his name in order to execute a long-shot presidential bid that he hopes will illustrate the country’s dissatisfaction with the two major party’s candidates on the ballot in November.

The man formerly called Dustin Ebey, 35, legally changed his name to ‘Literally Anybody Else,’ the moniker under which he has filed to run for president.

‘This isn’t about me, ‘Literally Anybody Else,’ more so as it is an idea. We can do better (than Joe Biden or Donald Trump) out of 300 million people for president,’ he told a local ABC affiliate.

He said that he is ‘not delusional’ about the fact that garnering the tens of thousands of signatures necessary to appear on ballots will be nearly impossible.’

In Texas alone, an independent candidate must submit a petition with 113,151 valid signatures from registered voters who did not participate in the primary of either major party in order to be listed on the ballot. 

‘This will be very hard to do, but it’s not impossible. My hope is to have Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and then Literally Anybody Else right underneath,’ he said.

‘I really want there to be an outlet for folks like me who are just so fed up with this constant power grab between two parties that has no benefit for the common person. 

‘People are voting for the lesser of two evils, not someone they actually believe in or support,’ he said. 

‘People should have the option to vote for someone who resembles and represents them, not the lesser of two evils. I reject that.’

‘Else’ has asked Texas residents to write-in his new name. In Texas, write-in candidates – unlike independent candidates – are required to register with the state, but do not have a signature requirement.