Blacks for Trump Guy Kicked Out of Bankruptcy Court
We have all seen Maurice Symonette before, even though you may not know his name. He’s always been strategically placed behind President Trump at his rallies and the President has even acknowledged the “Blacks for Trump” guy a few times before. But, I’m sure Trump will be ignoring him from here on out.
Blacks for Trump guy, the one-man show, belongs to the infamous deadly Miami cult Yahweh ben Yahweh. Every time I hear that name, it reminds me of one of my college professors breaking down and crying in class because her best friend was killed by one of the cult followers. Some memories just never escape your mind.
Like President Trump, Symonette has something in common with him; bankruptcy. However, there is a twist to this.
Symonette has been seen at rallies in Arizona and Tampa and obviously, that costs money, but the question is who is paying for those trips because Symonette is broke. But, it doesn’t end there. Symonette has been banned from bankruptcy court because of abusing the system. Bankruptcy Judge Laurel M. Isicoff signed the order which is effective for five years.
The bankruptcy court in Miami is my old stomping grounds. I’ve been to hundreds and hundreds of hearings in what is known as the Southern District of Florida. I’ve also been before Judge Isicoff a few times and I can tell you she is honest and fair, so if her ruling is Symonette took advantage of the bankruptcy court, trust me, it is true.
“Symonette has clearly abused the privilege of filing bankruptcy by using the bankruptcy courts only as part of his efforts to thwart the exercise by secured creditors, landlords, and homeowner associations. Bankruptcy is a privilege, not a right.” Judge Isicoff.
“Michael the Black Man” has filed for bankruptcy a total of eight times, including three times in the last three years.
Of course, Symonette threw the race card at Judge Isicoff, which she denied. Again, trust me, far from it. Besides his false accusations against the good judge, Symonette believes in some farfetched conspiracies. Sounds to me like he is Trump. He insults honorable judges with pristine reputations, abuses the bankruptcy court system, and believes in conspiracies.
Besides believing that Cherokees run the banking system, Symonette also believes law enforcement, banks, and the courts are conspiring against him. Sounds like a future sidekick for Alex Jones and InfoWars especially since he even said in open court “thank God For President Trump.”
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