The New York Times does not have any rights above the right that you and I have, or that James O’Keefe has. Our audience is just smaller. Project Veritas’s audience is really large, maybe as large or larger than the New York Times. But that’s not relevant. I’m sure attorneys could argue convincingly to the opposite affect, that journalists have special rights. But free speech is the principle, and a free press is just means for conveying free speech. There is no special class of rights for “reporters.”


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  1. Arahant Member
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    You just need the right sort of mask, Max.

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  2. Max Admin
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    I was Zorro for hallowe’en! …when I was like 9. 

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