BREAKING: Amy Barrett forced to respond to Daily Poster's climate reporting

BREAKING: Amy Barrett forced to respond to Daily Poster's climate reporting

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Some big breaking news: Judge Amy Barrett was just forced to respond to The Daily Poster’s original reporting on her ties to the fossil fuel industry. You can read all about it here.

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