Can the New York Times Tell The Truth?
Date: Tuesday, January 24 @ 09:39:01 MST
Topic: Fake News Alert
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New York Times Calls the President a liar;
"Trump Repearts Lie About Popular Vote in Meeting With
Does any one recall at any point in time that the NYT ever said anything
that Obama or Hillary said was a lie.
The NYT fails to meet its burden of
producing evidence to show what Trumps says is a lie.
The Times seems to think that just because it says something ain't so it aint's so. The Times does not offer any proof as is is required since
900 A.D. in the Common Law to prove what the President says is not true. The
Times again has placed itself above the RULE OF LAW.
The rule of law is simply: If the facts thus stated in the are not
contradicted, they must be presumed to be true. . . . Stubbs v. Cowden, 179 Va.
190, 198, 18 S.E. 2d 275; Holmes v. Commonwealth 156 Va. 963, 969, 157 S.E. 554.
That the allegations of the affidavits must be presumed to be true.
Stubbs v. Cowden, 179 Va. 190, 191, 18 S.E.2d 275, ___ (1942)The motion for a
new trial for after-discovered evidence was based upon the affidavits of two
disinterested persons tending to show that Mrs. Stubbs had been guilty of
improper relations with Cowden. They were not contradicted, and their
allegations must be presumed to be true. Hodnett v. City of Danville, 152 Va.
955, 146 S.E. 281.
In Sparhawk v. Bullard, 1 Metc. (Mass.) 95, 101, the court said:
"Recitals in ancient deeds are always competent evidence, and are presumed
to be true, unless the contrary can be made to appear." Wells v. New York
Mining, Etc., Co., 137 Va. 460, 474, 119 S.E. 127, ___ (1923)
Presumptions. — On a demurrer to the evidence, where the facts are
disputed, the evidence for the demurree must be conclusively presumed to be
true. Ches. & O. R. Co. v. Shipp, 111 Va. 377, 377, 69 S.E. 925, 925 (1910)
for where the law authorizes any person to make an enquiry of a judicial
nature, and to register the proceedings, the proceedings so registered are not
only to be presumed to be true, but they are generally held to be the only
legitimate medium to prove the result." The same doctrine was announced by
Staples, J., in Leake's Ex'or v. Leake, 75 Va. 792 Radford v. Fowlkes, 85 Va.
820, 842, 8 S.E. 817, ___ (1889)
the proceedings so registered are not only to be presumed to be true, but
they are generally held to be the only legitimate medium to prove the result.
Stark. Ev. part iv. page 1043." The same doctrine was held in the recent
case of Leake's ex'or v. Leake and others, 75 Va. 792, Carter & als. v.
Edmonds, 80 Va. 58, 61 (1885)