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How is it that, without a "second source", the allegation is "made up?"
Is a history of coke use THAT far of a stretch?
originally posted by: Liquesence
originally posted by: notmyrealname
originally posted by: AboveBoard
a reply to: UnBreakable
Ah. Ms. Miller. Hell hath no fury amiright?
This person seems to be indulging in revenge in the form of making crap up and doing a tabloid-style tell-all.
Actually, writing something about someone that is false is a crime; it's called libel. If someone was making something up that was untrue about Hillary and potentially injuring her campaign, she could easily sue Ms. Miller. The only problem is if she sues and closes because Ms. Miller told the truth, it would be very damaging to Ms. Clinton.
So you see, no lawsuit seems to be deemed acceptance of the story.....
Yes, libel is a crime; however:
She's a public official. It would very hard for her to prove libel (but she has the money to pursue it, I Guess) because, as such, a "reasonable" person could very easily believe such things to be true.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: Konduit
Very funny. The record shows she was on the phone between the pres and other staffers that whole night. But hey just because the Benghazi hearings showed no wrong doing doesn't mean you can't still pretend right?