Long time Techdirt readers will already be screaming about this. This claim is not just wrong, it’s very, very ignorant about the 1st Amendment. The “falsely shouting fire in a crowded theater” line was a throwaway line in an opinion by Justice Holmes that was actually about jailing someone for handing out anti-war pamphlets. It was never actually standard for 1st Amendment jurisprudence, and was effectively overturned in later cases, meaning it is not an accurate statement of law.
Weeks before the first laptop story broke, Steve Bannon told Dutch television, “We have the hard drive.” Five days after the Post broke the first Biden laptop story, Bannon admitted he was behind it. Bannon told the far-right Zero Hedge that he’d tipped off the Post about the computer in July. He knew about it through Giuliani, who had a copy of the contents.
Additionally, Gates has a stake in more than 25,000 acres of transitional land on the west side of Phoenix that is being developed as a suburb. According to the Arizona Republic, plans for the suburb call for as many as 80,000 homes, 3,800 acres of industrial, official and retail space, 3,400 acres of open space and 470 acres for public schools.