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LINK Carlson Accuses McCaul of Slander, Says He Alleged 'Disinformation'

(I don't think Tucker realizes that the truth is a legitimate defense. All he has to do is pull tapes of the show, which was very pro Russia even a few days into the invasion, after which the show became an apologist for Russia.)

Fox News host Tucker Carlson said that a Republican lawmaker had slandered him by accusing him of spreading Russian disinformation.

Speaking about Texas GOP Rep. Michael McCaul on his show Thursday, Carlson said: "In recent days, McCaul has told a number of people that this show is an organ of disinformation."

snytiger6 9 Mar 18

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Like Trump, Tucker says "disinformation" and "slander" when he means, "the inconvenient truth about me".


Its not slander if it's true.


Gotta love it.

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