(READ) Supreme Court declines to review Carter Page defamation suit against DNC

Below is an excerpt from Just the News.

The Supreme Court on Monday declined review of a defamation case brought by one-time Trump campaign adviser Carter Page against the Democratic National Committee and others with ties to the debunked Steele dossier.

The suit, Page v. Democratic National Committee, alleges that while working as an adviser on the Trump 2016 presidential campaign, a DNC subsidiary company, the law firm of Perkins Coie, and two two Perkins partners – Michael Sussman and Marc Elias – of disseminating false information about the adviser. 

The suit had previously been dismissed on procedural grounds, and not further revived by a number of lower courts. 

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6 thoughts on “(READ) Supreme Court declines to review Carter Page defamation suit against DNC”

  1. “dismissed on procedural grounds”

    What does that mean? They didn’t want an open airing of the facts, so they found some bogus way to scuttle it?

  2. The process is the punishment.

    It’s a two-tiered justice system.

    Like the old saying goes, “You can’t fight City Hall”.

    1. Roberts is so concerned about avoiding the appearance of political bias that he ends up being political, always somehow favoring the left, and prioritizing hos concerns about “perceptions” over following the law. Above all, he is a defender of the Establishment, a man who wants to be well thought of by the right kind of people.

  3. Thomas Joseph Hussman

    Durham must complete his task before civil suits begin. The timing was off, and Carter’s lawyers should have known that.

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