I love the smell of disclaimers in the morning, they smell like litigation. Rudy Giuliani does a show on WABC radio and they read out a disclaimer before the show yesterday, one that was virtually identical to the one that OAN attached to Mike Lindell’s documentary, aired earlier Friday. Apparently, various media outlets are willing to still carry dubious CT content as long as everybody knows that it doesn’t reflect the views of management. In all events, the disclaimer really miffed the former Mayor of New York. He complained that they should have told him about the disclaimer and it wasn’t “the right thing to do.” It was the perfect thing to do to shield against a potential defamation lawsuit, which Rudy would know if he could remember any law.
Pretty incredible: WABC slapped a hearty "views are his own" disclaimer before Rudy Giuliani's radio show yesterday, and he was blindsided by it.
"They gotta warn you about me???" pic.twitter.com/RG9Y38o7s9
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Good for Smartmatic and Dominion lowering the economic boom. That’s the only one that gets any attention. A sad statement, but a true one. Smartmatic sued Fox News, Giuliani and Sidney Powell for $2.7 Billion Thursday, alleging that “Without any true villain, defendants invented one…Smartmatic.” WABC doesn’t want to be joined as a party to the suit, and they can scarcely be blamed.