Ari Melber: 1st amendment doesn’t protect Alex Jones defamation
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones may be held accountable for his lies, his frauds and his alleged defamation after a court clears the way for the parents of a Sandy Hook shooting victim to sue him for claiming the attack was a left-wing hoax and he is banned from several social media platforms. Ari Melber breaks down why the crackdown on Alex Jones is an important political example, particularly in the Trump era, as the internet allows him to amplify his lies and the Trump administration appears eager to support them.
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