When I Say ‘Literally’ I Don’t Mean ‘Literally’: Rachel Maddow Defends Her Fake News In Court

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MSNBC host Rachel Maddow is in court dealing with a $10 million legal action from One America News after the conservative network accused her of spreading defamatory fake news about them.Source:  Hollywood Reporter

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow is in court dealing with a $10 million legal action from One America News after the conservative network accused her of spreading defamatory fake news about them.

Though the court hearings have just begun, things are getting ugly quick for the Russian collusion hoax’s most enthusiastic disseminator.

According to Rachel Maddow, when she uses the word “literally,” she doesn’t really mean “literally.” That’s especially true when she’s accusing conservative news outlets of colluding with Russia. Got that?

Maddow’s defense, after three years of spewing lies and unfounded conspiracy theories: she doesn’t mean what she says on MSNBC and her gullible viewers should know better to take her at face value.

That’s at least her defense for breaking the news on MSNBC that conservative cable network One America News was “literally … paid Russian propaganda” after a Daily…

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