Sarah Palin’s defamation trial against the New York Times has been delayed after the former Alaska governor tested positive for coronavirus.Manhattan federal court Judge Jed Rakoff announced Palin’s diagnosis in court on Monday, according to reports, noting that Palin was unvaccinated. She received a separate positive test Monday morning, leading the judge to push the trial until Feb. 3, as long as Palin is asymptomatic at that point.  Palin sued the Times in 2017 over an editorial from the left-leaning board that linked a Palin political action committee ad about repealing Obamacare – which showed cross hairs on a map of Democratic congressional districts – to the 2011 shooting of then-U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords in Arizona. Giffords was severely wounded after being shot in the head, and six others were killed.NY TIMES: BIDEN CONTRIBUTING TO ‘OWN POLITICAL WOES’ BY DOWNPLAYING INFFLATION, ECONOMIC ANXIETYThe Times piece was edited and corrected the day after it was published to clarify there was no known link between the shooter and Palin’s ad. “An editorial on Thursday about the shooting of Representative Steve Scalise incorrectly stated that a link existed between political rhetoric and the 2011 shooting of Representative Gabby Giffords,” the Times correction stated. “In

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