WND Staff – It was tech giant Twitter that let the phrase “Die Trump” trend overseas.
It was Twitter from which Disney walked away because of its “nastiness extraordinary.”
It is Twitter that has been accused countless times of shadowbanning or otherwise suppressing the speech of conservatives.
It is Twitter that attacked a critic of Planned Parenthood and suspended an evangelical Christian for mocking Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren. Continue reading “Judge allows Nunes’ lawsuit against tech giant Twitter to move forward”
Sean Adl-Tabatabai – One America News Network (OANN) filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit Monday against ‘fake news queen‘ Rachel Maddow.
OANN is suing Maddow, MSNBC, Comcast Corporation and NBC Universal for defamation after they “maliciously and recklessly” suggested the network were a Russian state propaganda outlet, according to a complaint published by Law and Crime.
Maddow breathlessly stated that OANN “really, literally is Russian propaganda” on her show in July earlier this year. Continue reading “One America News Network Sues ‘Fake News Queen’ Rachel Maddow for $10 Million”
Sean Adl-Tabatabai – The Rockefeller Foundation is facing a $1 billion lawsuit for deliberately infecting hundreds of Guatemalans with syphilis in a secret experiment.
A federal judge in Maryland allowed the lawsuit against The Johns Hopkins University, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (BMY.N) and the Rockefeller Foundation to proceed after it was discovered they helped the U.S. government conduct illegal experiments on unsuspecting citizens in the 1940s.
Reuters.com reports: In a decision on Thursday, U.S. District Judge Theodore Chuang rejected the defendants’ argument that a recent Supreme Court decision shielding foreign corporations from lawsuits in U.S. courts over human rights abuses abroad also applied to domestic corporations absent Congressional authorization. Continue reading “Rockefeller Foundation Sued for $1 Billion for Infecting Citizens with Syphilis”
Joseph P Farrell – Before I get started on today’s blog, I want to thank Ms. S.H., Mr. G.L.R., and many others, who sent various versions of the following three articles.
So, with that said, down to business (not to coin a pun):
Shortly after Dewayne Johnson was awarded $289,000,000 in his lawsuit against Mon(ster)santo, Bayer, Mon(ster)santo’s new owner, promised it would appeal. It did. And won. Or lost. Or sort of. … Well, it depends on which side of the fence you’re looking at the whole situation from:
Bayer Loses Appeal Over Historic ‘RoundUp’ Cancer Lawsuit
Now, here’s the interesting part: Continue reading “Bayer Beware: IG Farbensanto And The Unasked Question”
– The British newspaper the Daily Mail and its companion website MailOnline have retracted a story questioning whether allegations Melania Trump once worked as an “escort” in the 1990s could derail her husband Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
The retraction comes after Melania Trump earlier Thursday filed a lawsuit against The Daily Mail and an American blogger for libel over the reports.
Trump’s attorney, Charles Harder, said in a statement that the defendants “made several statements about Mrs. Trump that are 100% false and tremendously damaging to her personal and professional reputation.”
The lawsuit was filed in circuit court in Montgomery County, Md., against Mail Media and Webster Tarpley, who published the blog Tarpley.net in Montgomery County. Continue reading . . .
See also Daily Mail publishes retraction to a story at the center of Melania Trump lawsuit
SF Source Newsmax Sept. 2016
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