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That was more of a direct assault on what is the first amendment of our Constitution. Now I thinks it's more of a guerrilla war that's going on. They're trying trying to, it's sort of like chaos by any means, you should begin by de-legitimizing the free press and by doing that you draw the truth into question.
And as soon as you start saying well we have our opinion of what the truth is, then you can get into some very, very scary territory. That is not inclusive, that does not take into the rights of everybody. That is actually trying to form a more close and closed off union as opposed to the more perfect union that the pre-amble of our Constitution set out to do.
You are entitled to your own opinion, have those to the cows come home, but you are not entitled to your own facts. And they are facts that are empirical there are provable there are confirm-able, and you can't do not that are you denied that your your you know what you're selling the wind and gonna rip the whirlwind.