But “lies” legally assumes intent. You have to Official Smeghead 2020 Quarantined Coronavirus Shirt label it misinformation because you can’t prove they’re doing it on purpose, or rather you can’t prove they don’t believe it to be false. Fox News has been caught multiple times straight-up doctoring photos they air. You’d have to be a total rube to think there’s no intent there. Keep in mind that the Republicans are stacking the courts with sycophants for a purpose. One of which is to be allowed to continue to lie and cheat in order to stay in power. I remember when they showed a video of the wrong audience to make Trump look better. “This is not Live Aid. This is a Trump rally in Philadelphia. The media doesn’t want you to see this”.
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Absolutely, but it’s a different matter in terms of the Official Smeghead 2020 Quarantined Coronavirus Shirt legal aspect of it, that’s all. That group likely doesn’t want to expose themselves to a petty lawsuit from the fox that will do little outside of forcing the group to spend hundreds of thousands in legal fees. If a major news outlet called him a liar straight up they’d get sued for libel and would probably lose unless they could somehow prove within legal restrictions that he’s willfully misleading people. I’m just spitballing because treating them with baby gloves is giving them all the rope they need to hang us with. But no, ‘spreading lies’ does not work any better when it comes to what the guy above is talking about.
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A lie is simply the intent to Official Smeghead 2020 Quarantined Coronavirus Shirt state a falsehood. A falsehood is just a false statement, regardless of intent. Obviously, Hannity’s comments are falsehoods, and almost certainly lies. But, legally speaking, the former is quite easy to prove, while the latter is a lot more difficult. I’ve seen people say this across Reddit since the 2016 election, starting with “I think…” to pretty much assuming it as fact now. Every time I try to research this or find a precedent of it in a court case I come up empty-handed. A source for this would be greatly appreciated. Straight news reporters try not to assume things. They present facts and let you make your own conclusion. That’s not a law, it’s just a norm.
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