Rachel Maddow's argument against OAN lawsuit: don't believe her words are fact
29 Dec 2019 — #FakeNews
One America News (OAN) is in court against MSNBC‘s Rachel Maddow in a $10 million lawsuit after Maddow said her conservative competitor “really, literally is paid Russian propaganda.” Now, Maddow is arguing in court that her words should not be taken as fact.
Hi @Maddow!— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) July 23, 2019
Last night on your disgraced conspiracy show you falsely claimed @OANN is "literally is paid Russian propaganda"
Do you have a shred of evidence to back up this?
Do you understand how defamation laws work?
Please feel free to respond to our lawyers
Great article by @CassandraRules.— Mike Yoder (@mikethelawyerdc) December 28, 2019
The hyperbole defense only to statements that cannot “reasonably be interpreted as stating actual facts.”
Hustler v. Falwell, 485 U.S. 46 (1988).
I’m with @OANN & @JackPosobiec 💯@Maddow, grab your checkbookhttps://t.co/H1hj7BxBsc
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