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$12 Billion Lawsuit Filed Against Fake News & GOP Swamp Rats


Anti-establishment Blankenship calls out Fake News and 'the swamp' in $12 billion lawsuit - Liberty Unyielding

In a groundbreaking defamation lawsuit to the tune of $12 billion in damages, former Massey Energy CEO and 2018 West Virginia Senatorial Candidate Don Blankenship has alleged a coordinated case of defamation from the D.C. swamp and the mainstream media in order to prevent him from winning high office and "draining the swamp."

According to Blankenship's attorney, Eric Early, this was no gaffe—rather a coordinated smear effort by the GOP establishment and mainstream media. If Blankenship prevails, and at this point the facts weigh in his favor, not only would this be the largest, most costly defamation case ever, but a chilling look into just how far those in power are willing to go to shut out outsiders who rock the boat.


Indeed, just one day before the 2018 GOP primary vote, internal Republican polls showed Blankenship leading the pack with a projected 31% of the vote. Oddly enough, many media outlets who previously reported on Blankenship's misdemeanor factually suddenly began to label the candidate a "convicted felon."

Outlets like CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and the Associated Press are targeted in the lawsuit, as well as various media personalities and Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano, who, after stating that Blankenship "went to jail for manslaughter," on live television, apologized for the "mistake" in an email, but never publicly acknowledged it.

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