Truckers Refuse To Drive To NYC After Trump Slapped With $364 Million Fine

Truckers who support former president and current GOP primary frontrunner Donald Trump have vowed to refuse to drive to New York City in protest of the latest result of the city’s political persecution of Trump — a $364 million fine for a victimless “crime.”

Judge Arthur Engoron, a clearly biased and vehemently anti-Trump judge, issued a stunning ruling in Trump’s civil fraud case. Engoron initially ruled in a summary judgment that Trump had committed fraud without even allowing the former president to defend himself. He then held a trial to determine Trump’s punishment for the victimless “fraud,” which ended in last week’s ruling that Trump would have to pay $364 million and be barred from doing business in New York for three years.

It is highly likely that this case will be overturned on appeal, as every so-called “victim” of Trump’s supposed crime has testified that their business relationship with Trump was extremely beneficial and lucrative. Trump’s appeal will also likely succeed because he was never allowed to defend himself.

Meanwhile, truckers are taking action to punish the government of far-left New York City for this political persecution. One trucker who goes by the name “Chicago Ray” posted a video on X, formerly known as Twitter, explaining the protest.

“I’ve been on the radio for over an hour and I’ve talked to at least (10) Truckers who are gonna start refusing loads of Monday for (NYC),” he wrote, adding that he had spoken to three truckers that he works with who told their boss that they would be refusing to deliver to New York City.

Ray then asserted that “95%” of truckers are pro-Trump, pointing out that the ruling will “get overturned on appeal” eventually. He also explained that it is extremely difficult to “get into New York City” in a semi-truck, so the protest has an added bonus of making truckers’ lives easier by skipping those jobs.

“I don’t know how far across the country this is or how many truckers are going to start denying loads going to New York City, but I’ll tell you what — you f—k around and find out,” he said in the video, noting that his boss isn’t “gonna care if we deny the loads — we’ll just go somewhere else.”

Several other truckers have posted to social media about joining the boycott, including “Trucker Jake” — who shared a video explaining the success of a past trucker boycott of Colorado, where within one month, the boycott succeeded in forcing the state to reconsider a 100-plus year sentence on a trucker and reduce it to ten years.

“Let me make one thing clear: I don’t particularly give 1, 2, or 3 f—ks if I’ll be the only trucker refusing to make deliveries to NYC. I have my own principles and I’ll stand by them. A man without principles isn’t a man at all,” another trucker who goes by the name “Zayy The Truck Driver” posted on X.

According to another user, shipping companies have also allegedly joined the protest, though this has not been confirmed. In a video posted to X, the delivery driver explained that he had spoken with an unnamed company who told him that they no longer had deliveries scheduled for New York City.


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