Dawn Marie Engoron's posts came just days after her husband, Arthur, expanded a gag order against Trump and his legal team in order to prevent them from speaking publicly against anyone involved in the case.
Screenshots obtained by investigative journalist Laura Loomer showed that Mrs. Engoron created, liked, and shared a number of anti-Trump posts, many of which were directly related to the trial.
One post included an AI-generated image of Trump bald in an orange prison jumpsuit next to one of an old lady scrawling "F*ck Trump" on a brick wall. Another was simply the latter.
In another series of posts, Mrs. Engoron took aim at Trump lawyer Alina Habba, retweeting someone who described her as someone who "doesn't know how to act in front of a judge," and replying to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) with a story about The View's Whoopi Goldberg mocking Habba as a "whiny baby."
Loomer became aware of Mrs. Engoron's online behavior after the judge's wife posted about her interview with Rep. George Santos (R-NY), which focused largely on the trial. After being exposed, Mrs. Engoron locked her account.
"This is incredible bias," Loomer wrote. "Less than 24 hours ago she posted tweets in which she said 'F*CK TRUMP.' She posted photoshopped pics of President Trump in an orange jump suit, she attacked me during my Live show last night for exposing her husband, and she is openly attacking President Trump's lawyer [Alina Habba]."
Loomer's sentiments were shared by many who called on Engoron to recuse himself or "dismiss this nonsensical case."
"Where are all of the leftists asking Justices to recuse themselves over the political leanings of their spouses?" one user asked, referring to the backlash Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas faced over his wife's views.
Engoron has already fined Trump for violating the strict gag order after the former president went after the judge's clerk on Truth Social.
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