Democrats haven’t stopped trying to tear down Donald Trump. Clearly, they are terrified of his influence in the country–and his possible 2024 comeback.
There are far more lawsuits against this man, by liberals, than you even realize.
One woman–whose accusations against him failed–went on to sue him over supposed defamation.
Now, a court has given its verdict.
From The Western Journal:
A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled on Tuesday that E. Jean Carroll could not sue Trump personally for any defamatory statements he made about her when he was president…
Carroll, an author and former advice columnist, initially sued Trump in November 2019, Reuters reported.
E. Jean Carroll made startling accusations against Trump back in June of 2019.
Not even the MSM believed Carroll’s claims, for which she provided no evidence. Those claims appeared not to stick–as the story quickly faded from the media.
So, after her first attempt at taking down Trump failed, she sued him for defamation. Sound familiar?
A porn actress Stormy Daniels tried the same thing previously. After her attempts at slandering Trump failed, she sued him over comments he made on Twitter.
Not only did she lose, but she was also forced to pay Trump hundreds of thousands in legal fees.
Carroll must be pretty stupid to try the same thing after it failed for Daniels.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against Carroll’s defamation claims. This time, on the grounds that she can’t sue him over statements made while president.
The previous lawsuit was thrown out over the First Amendment. But this time, it appears the court is acknowledging Trump’s executive privilege over the matter.
The court essentially said Trump is immune to this lawsuit, because of the Federal Employees Liability Reform and Tort Compensation Act of 1988.
It doesn’t look like Carroll’s personal crusade against Trump is going to fail.
I wonder what the left will do next to attack Trump? Sue him over his choice of ties? Go after his golf swing?
- A federal court ruled against a woman suing Trump over defamation.
- The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Trump was protected over comments made while president.
- A 1988 law protects federal employees from lawsuits while employed.
Source: The Western Journal