Comment: Actually the complaint is not

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Actually the complaint is not

I support the sentiment, but actually the complaint is not that good. There are not enough facts, but plenty of speculation, hearsay and overly broad conclusions. I'll be surprised if it gets any ground.

First there needs to be a cause of action and then damages.

First thing that is left out, and most importantly. Did Johnson try to get included in the debates? If so, how?

A proper complaint should state who, what, when, where and how. It's missing most of those elements.

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...