While scrolling through Breitbart Unmasked (I read it so you don’t have to, and, no, I won’t link to it.), I’ve found several posts which contain false information about me. That isn’t particularly surprising considering that I believe the site is run by someone with a history of perjury, mortgage fraud, and other crimes—by someone who I believe is quite simply a liar. And not a particularly skillful one.
Several friends have asked why I don’t sue for defamation. If I did, I would probably win. Eventually. But it would be long process that would be more trouble that it would be worth. You see, being lied about by someone with so poor a reputation causes me no practical damage. No one in his right mind believes Breitbart Unmasked’s nonsense. Indeed, a case could be made that being treated as an enemy by the likes of Breitbart Unmasked is a badge of honor. Oh, I might be able to collect some nominal sum in damages, but it wouldn’t be worth the effort.
Yes, some of the nonsense is annoying, but easiest way to deal with the problem is to let Breitbart Unmasked rant on. For now. Truth has a way of winning in the end.