“Defendants had no sources to support their outrageously false and defamatory statements…”
“But far-right commentator is her profession.”
CNN asks questions … and gets a surprise.
Freedom of the press/speech vs. privacy.
“HuffPost was able to find many of the posts in the Wayback Machine archives.”
“This book was written by the absence of Hillary Clinton.”
“The hopeless fear Warmbier is now experiencing is my daily reality…”
“If people think elections are unfair or rigged or fraudulent in some important way, this has an important impact on their basic commitment to democracy.”
It’s a lock
Reality intrudes on bias
“I believe we can fight back. I believe we can win.”
“[E]ven among Democrats, only 34 percent said torture is never justified.”
“They are enemies of the United States.”
“Everybody around him thinks this is his last term.”
And, other things that didn’t happen this week.
Pandering doesn’t help the troops.
Hammering the hacks.
“His poor father must be so embarrassed about his son.”
“You are rewarded by publication, not profit”
“In my view, this was retaliation…”
These questions are not unreasonable.