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Former Biden press secretary Jen Psaki praised a Connecticut jury’s $1 billion ruling against Infowars founder Alex Jones, claiming the “end of Infowars” would be a “public service.”
“The damage Alex Jones has done to the lives of these families is horrific—nearly a billion dollars doesn’t solve their pain-but also true that the end of infowars would be a public service,” Psaki tweeted Wednesday.
The damage Alex Jones has done to the lives of these families is horrific—nearly a billion dollars doesn’t solve their pain-but also true that the end of infowars would be a public service— Jen Psaki (@jrpsaki) October 12, 2022
Colleagues of Psaki, who’s now a contributor for MSNBC, also hailed the unprecedented ruling against Jones.
“Even if he’s able to bob and weave some, I just don’t see how he winds up anything but basically broke now for the rest of his life,” former U.S. attorney Harry Litman told MSNC host Nicolle Wallace.
“If he doesn’t have enough, everything he does have goes to them,” he added.
Harry Litman reacts to jury ordering Alex Jones to pay nearly $1 billion to Sandy Hook families: "We're talking about such outsized numbers that even if he's able to bob and weave some, I just don't see how he winds up anything but basically broke now for the rest of his life." pic.twitter.com/PvK90nm2UV— MSNBC (@MSNBC) October 12, 2022
No amount of money will ever replace the victimization and heartless cruelty that Alex Jones inflicted on these families but this jury’s verdict of 100s of millions of dollars levies a steep price on this vile human being’s lies and malicious intent pic.twitter.com/RfhJUJijOl— Al Roker (@alroker) October 12, 2022
The jury ruled Jones must pay $965 million to the families of victims of the Sandy Hook school massacre and an FBI agent with no relation to the Sandy Hook victims.
“We disagree with the basis of the default, we disagree with the court’s evidentiary rulings. In more than 200 trials in the course of my career I have never seen a trial like this,” Jones’ attorney Norm Pattis told reporters outside the New Haven County District Court-Waterbury Courthouse.
“Today is a very, very dark day for freedom of speech,” he added.
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