Ever since Donald Trump won the presidential elections, the Republican party is under attack. Although Republicans are only trying to protect the country, they’ve been called racist and gun nutty. Not one Republican tried to defend the party, except President Trump and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.
The New York Times recently defamed Palin by connecting her with the 2011 Tucson shooting when former Representative Gabby Giffords was injured. It was expected for Palin to fight back so she decided to file a lawsuit against the newspaper.
Although we believed that the court will throw her lawsuit, the opposite happened. The editor of the New York Times editorial board was called to testify in this lawsuit.
Allen B. West reports: Bad news for the New York Times, but former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin just got some excellent news concerning her defamation lawsuit against the rag paper. The authors of the piece are being ordered to testify in court.
Palin is winning the war. It’s unusual to get a testimony in this kind of a lawsuit, but when a journalist is involved then things are different. With the testimony, her lawyers will have all the information in order to win her case.
My Right America reports: Basically, it comes down to this: if the author of the NYT editorial knew that Gabby Gifford’s shooting had nothing to do with Sarah Palin, the author is in huge legal trouble. You just can’t write things that aren’t true about people that have done nothing wrong.
So, the big question is this: how does the judge determine whether or not the author knew he was writing BS? Simple – just ask him if he reads his own paper.
The newspaper actually published a story saying that Palin isn’t responsible for Giffords’ shooting. This means that the editorialist is either guilty or just a horrible journalist.
— 🇺🇸 (((BUD C))) 🇺🇸 (@bud_cann) August 12, 2017
Palin also wants $75,000 for compensatory, special and punitive damages. This is an awful day for The New York Times.
Source> Cons Nation