Skip to comments.All claims dismissed against Paula Deen in employee lawsuit
Posted on 08/23/2013 2:35:15 PM PDT by Libloather
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frankly, Im not interested in defending the rights of a liberal Dimocrat against the very people shes supported with her money.
I would think since big names like the Food Network etc. dropped her prior to ANY proof or conviction, she might have reasonable claims to action against them.
This ultimately was a case of some pretty serious slander. I would not be surprised if there isn’t some sort of settlements forthcoming from the company’s that over-reacted to innuendo and rumor without proof.
Picking the wrong friends and having Karma bite you in the butt is one thing...
Picking the wrong friends and them breaking the law to destroy is a whole other matter.
Last I checked libel and slander are illegal.
As conservatives I would think we tolerate stuff in support of the law. In this case I think it would be appropriate to hold the ‘discrimination’ crowds feet to the fire for reacting to false accusations before a verdict of any kind was rendered.
We are a nation of laws or we are not.
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