Former President Donald Trump praised a group of truckers who planned to boycott New York after the $355 million fraud ruling against them as “great patriots.”
On Friday, a trucker claimed there was a growing national movement of fellow drivers who planned to refuse deliveries in New York City starting Monday in support of Trump.
After sharing the DailyMail.com article about the planned boycott, Trump posted on Truth Social: “What an honor to have so many great patriots on the side of freedom!”
And he added: ‘Joe Biden’s unjust and dangerous arming of law enforcement is a serious threat to democracy. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!’
Truckers say they are taking action after a New York court ordered the former president to pay a $355 million fine in a civil fraud verdict.
According to Ray, his interlocutors had already notified their bosses that starting Monday they would no longer do business in the Big Apple.
Trump went on Truth Social to praise truckers
A driver with the username Chicago1Ray shared a video on
It was unclear how many truckers were involved, but after Trump praised their plan on his Truth Social page, Chicago1Ray reposted, saying, “Trump just posted my video and photo on his Truth Social account, pretty cool.” . …
‘God bless America. “God bless Trump and God bless all the truckers in this country.”
He later added: ‘I am just one of the many millions of truck drivers who believe in God and love this country.
“Truckers for Trump is not just a slogan, it’s real.”
According to Ray, those he had spoken to had already alerted their bosses about his plans.
In the video, he said: “I’ve been on the radio talking to drivers for the last hour, hour fifteen minutes.
‘I’ve spoken to at least ten drivers and they are going to start rejecting loads in New York City starting Monday.
‘I don’t know how far this is across the country, or how many truckers are going to start denying loads to New York City.
‘I’ll tell you what, fuck around and figure it out. We’re tired of you leftists screwing with Trump. Motherfuckers are getting tired of this sh*t.
Trump praised truckers as “great patriots” and said it was an “honor” to have them on his side
‘Our bosses won’t care about these burdens, we’ll just go somewhere else. Do you know how fucking hard it is to get to New York City with one of these?
‘I don’t wish anything on anyone, but what I’m hearing is real. We’ll see, leave Trump alone with the fools. It is electoral interference.
‘I hate to say it, but truckers are pro-Trump. There is no son of a bitch who is for Biden.”
Since the video was shared, others have weighed in on the alleged boycott saying they supported the move.
One person posted: ‘Do it! Let us know how we can help! You are NOT alone in this fight!’
Another added: “We can always trust the trucker to restore something resembling correct in response.”
“Thank you from everyone here at X for your bravery in standing up to the Marxist leftists.”
In Friday’s ruling, Judge Arthur Engoron ordered Trump and his company to pay $355 million in fines, finding that he had lied about his wealth for years to deceive banks, insurers and others by inflating his wealth in the states. financial.
He is also prohibited from being a director of a New York company for three years.
Speaking outside his Mar-a-lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, Trump went on the offensive, lashing out at Engoron and Attorney General Letitia James.
A New York City court ordered Trump to pay $355 million for lying about his finances.
A massive convoy of truckers was seen heading to migrant hotspots in an attempt to shame the White House into addressing the worsening crisis.
The former President said: ‘I paid approximately $300 million in taxes when immigrants came and took over New York, and they wanted me out.
‘These are radical left democrats, they are crazy. His electoral interference.
The former president also said the case had been brought by the Justice Department and Biden and constituted election interference.
Last month, a large convoy of MAGA trucks called the ‘Army of God’ traveled to the southern border due to the current crisis.
They hoped the protest would draw more attention to the record number of migrants crossing the southern border into the United States.