Here’s Why Sarah Palin Is Taking The New York Times To Court

The trial was delayed until next week after Palin tested positive on Monday for Covid-19.

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1/25/2022 12:30:00 PM

Palin sued the New York Times in June 2017 after the article ran an editorial that alleged her political action committee “incited” the 2011 mass shooting that wounded former Rep. Gabby Giffords

The trial was delayed until next week after Palin tested positive on Monday for Covid-19.

Palin’s legal team is pointing to Bennet’s fall from grace and departure from the publication as part of their legal argument. They claim Bennet’s handling of the op-ed at issue in the Palin case contributed to his ouster, which could constitute an “admission of guilt” on the

Times’ part that Bennet defamed Palin. (First Amendment attorney Floyd Abrams told Politico theTimes’ personnel decisions “should have no impact on the resolution of the case,” however.)Tangent

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Sarah Palin tests positive for COVID, delaying defamation trial against The New York TimesUPDATE: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin ’s positive tests for the coronavirus Monday have forced the postponement of a civil trial set to start over her defamation claims against The New York Times Calling her a 'major public figure' is a stretch

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notes Palin’s legal team is pointing to Bennet’s fall from grace and departure from the publication as part of their legal argument. They claim Bennet’s handling of the op-ed at issue in the Palin case contributed to his ouster, which could constitute an “admission of guilt” on the Times ’ part that Bennet defamed Palin. (First Amendment attorney Floyd Abrams told Politico the Times ’ personnel decisions “should have no impact on the resolution of the case,” however.) Tangent While right-wing figures’ lawsuits against news publishers have been unsuccessful, high school student Nicholas Sandmann was able to receive legal settlements from outlets like the