Alex Jones, too, in his custody case claimed that he really didn't believe all the bullshit he shovelled on his show, but it was for entertainment purposes. How this became a valid excuse, I have no idea.
LAST YEAR A JUDGE RULED THAT THE "'GENERAL TENOR' OF (THE TUCKER CARLSON) SHOW SHOULD THEN INFORM A VIEWER THAT [CARLSON] IS NOT 'STATING ACTUAL FACTS' ABOUT THE TOPICS HE DISCUSSES AND IS INSTEAD ENGAGING IN 'EXAGGERATION' AND 'NON-LITERAL COMMENTARY.'"; "FOX PERSUASIVELY ARGUES, THAT GIVEN MR. CARLSON'S REPUTATION, ANY REASONABLE VIEWER 'ARRIVE WITH AN APPROPRIATE AMOUNT OF SKEPTICISM' ABOUT THE STATEMENT HE MAKES."
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