Conspiracy theories have always existed, but in recent years they have been getting more numerous and more troublesome. There is a new tendency of conspiracy theorists to target regular people as well as public figures such as politicians and celebrities. This can raise havoc in these people’s lives, so they are fighting back by filing lawsuits. If they can prove actual damages they have suffered there is a good chance this new class of plaintiffs will win these suits, which may change the national dialogue for the better.
Lawyers are seeking the testimony of President Donald Trump and former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer related to their potential collusion with Fox News on a fake story about murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich.
Fox News is denying colluding with Trump on a fake news story to distract from the Russia scandal.
Donald Trump was personally supervising the White House effort to bury the Russia scandal by creating fake news that blamed murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich for the 2016 election hacks.
A new federal lawsuit alleges that the Trump administration reviewed a fake Fox News story about murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich.
Liberal pressure wins again as Fox News host Sean Hannity announced on his show that he would back off talking about the Seth Rich conspiracy theory.
After Fox News had retracted their Seth Rich conspiracy theory story, Sean Hannity went on a rant on his radio that culminated with Hannity appearing to accuse Fox News of being part of the liberal media.
After Fox News had retracted a Seth Rich conspiracy theory story on their website, while the Rich family begs Hannity to stop spreading a baseless conspiracy theory to protect Trump, Sean Hannity freaked out on Twitter and claimed "liberal fascists" are trying to get him fired.