Thin Skull Rule

The eggshell skull rule (or thin skull rule or you take your victim as you find him rule of the common law) is a well-established legal doctrine used in some tort law systems, with a similar doctrine applicable to criminal law. It means that frailty of the injured person is not a defense in a tort case.

In other words. If you hit a hemophiliac in the nose and he bleeds to death. That’s murder.
If TRUMP asks Russia to produce Hillary’s e-mails and he’s not on the stage at the IMPROV, that shit ain’t a joke, Limbaugh. Maybe your audience is stupid but, your daddy was a lawyer. Don’t pretend like you didn’t know.