Donald Trump just got the word and he is not going to be happy.
His lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and the DNC, among others, landed on the desk of Judge Donald Middlebrooks.
Bill Clinton appointed Middlebrooks, so the outcome of this case was determined the moment it hit his desk.
As expected, Judge Middlebrooks dismissed the case.
Trump's case centered around the Russian collusion hoax.
The judge claimed that Trump's suit was "unsupported by any legal authority" and said the lawsuit lacked "substance."
He also stated that the case was "not attempting to seek redress for any legal harm," but instead is "seeking to flaunt a two-hundred-page political manifesto outlining his grievances against those that have opposed him, and this Court is not the appropriate forum."
Trump's lawyer Alina Habba stated that they would appeal the decision.
Habba added, "We vehemently disagree with the opinion issued by the Court today.
"Not only is it rife with erroneous applications of the law, it disregards the numerous independent governmental investigations which substantiate our claim that the defendants conspired to falsely implicate our client and undermine the 2016 presidential election."
In addition to Hillary and the DNC, the suit also included law firm Perkins Coie, former Clinton campaign lawyers Michael Sussmann and Marc Elias, former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Biden National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, former Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, opposition research firm Fusion GPS, former FBI Director James Comey, former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, former deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, as well as numerous other officials.
Trump will continue to lose these cases unless he gets lucky with a draw in the judiciary.
He would have to draw a conservative judge at every level, as these cases are all predetermined when they come before a Democrat-appointed judge.
Source: Fox News