“Given the overtly political context, tone, and general purpose of The Conservative Circus, statements such as: McCarthy has ‘absolutely no control over his emotions’; conducted himself in a manner that was ‘downright frightening’ and ‘unhinged’; was ‘acting like ANTIFA’; surrounded himself with ‘thugs’; went ‘on the attack, attacking’ others; ‘it got hostile’; and that he ‘didn’t even have enough faith in his own voice’ are all readily recognized as rhetorical political invective or mere hyperbole and not statements or implications of objective fact,” the Supreme Court said.