New York State Supreme Court Justice Debra James declared that the city’s case “lacks any legal foundation.”
The ordeal began in January 2021 when then-Mayor Bill de Blasio tried to strip the Trump Organization of a golf course, Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point Park, which is located in The Bronx with views of the Big Apple’s skyline.
The city argued that the course was inoperable because it contained Trump’s name after what they deemed to be the violent insurrection of Jan. 6.
According to NYC City Hall spokesperson Bill Neidhardt, Trump’s attack on our beloved democracy is why the contract had to end prematurely.
“It was Donald Trump who interfered with basic democracy when he incited a deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol,” Neidhardt claimed.
“You do that, and you lose the privilege of doing business with the City of New York,” he continued. “It’s as simple as that.”
According to Donald’s son Eric, the judge made the right call, ignoring the partisan hackery of the leftist City Hall.
“The judge didn’t buy their nonsense, and this is a well-reasoned and appropriate decision, and we look forward to running the best golf course for years to come,” he said.
He also suggested that there were political motivations behind the lawsuit, which was, of course, paid for by the public.
“De Blasio did this for his own political theater,” Eric Trump continued. “He wasted tremendous amounts of time and city resources on his own vendetta. He is a disgrace to New York, and everyone is glad he is gone.”
The former mayor responded with a sneering tweet.
“Donald Trump will be an ignominious figure in US history, regardless of the outcome of today’s decision on Ferry Point,” de Blasio wrote.
“NYC did the right thing by canceling his contract and the City will win this case in the end,” he continued. “The only ‘political vendetta’ here is the one he incited on Jan 6.”
Donald Trump will be an ignominious figure in US history, regardless of the outcome of today’s decision on Ferry Point. NYC did the right thing by canceling his contract and the City will win this case in the end. The only “political vendetta” here is the one he incited on Jan 6.
— Bill de Blasio (@BilldeBlasio) April 8, 2022