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If those moron 2nd Circuit judges hadn’t ruled in Tucker’s favor under the “no reasonable person would believe him” theory, then maybe a January 6th doesn’t happen.

Now that Dominion has kicked in the doors, Fox is trying to be on its best behavior. But it’s too late. They broke something important in our country with their lies and now they’re ready to lie storm anyone on the right, for any reason.

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Jul 17, 2023Liked by Aaron Rupar

We always knew that the Fox Propaganda Network was utterly irresponsible with the truth or more accurately with the lies. This shows that Tucker Carlson and his mates are utterly irresponsible morally. They must have known that Epps was likely to suffer serious consequences by making false accusations and might have been prepared to check the accuracy of their account before fingering not a Democrat but a random member of the public. But no, the monster of bombast, lies and deceit didn't care one whit. I suppose I'm not really surprised.

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Jul 17, 2023Liked by Aaron Rupar, Liz Dye

I read any article that has Liz Dye's name attached to it. This piece on Epps is one of many reasons why I follow her.

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Jul 17, 2023Liked by Aaron Rupar

If Epps were some kind of government operative, he was an incredibly stupid one. Bet he wishes he’d stayed home that day.

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This is so funny! People will becwriting songs about it.

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Thanks for explaining all this. I wondered how he was going to sue for defamation if indeed he does get charged by the Feds as they’ve said they will (although other reports said he wouldn’t because there’s evidence he was trying to protect cops) - because how can you harm the reputation of a criminal. The “false light” tort is fascinating. Good luck to anyone trying to eat away at the bottom line of Fox

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