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Judge Threatens To Issue Gag Order On Libby

FDL: "I appears Judge Reggie Walton has had enough of the Barbara Comstock Show and has threatened to issue a gag order (per Jeralyn) It’s been

FDL:

"I appears Judge Reggie Walton has had enough of the Barbara Comstock Show and has threatened to issue a gag order (per Jeralyn) It’s been clear for a while that Byron York is the outlet of choice for Comstock when she wants to urge a bunch of propaganda out into the discourse, but it was exceptionally evident the other day when he put Fitzgerald’s correction letter online before anyone else had seen it...read on"

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