Javascript expressions is always 'false' error

if you have a function:

function(newValue) {
var booleanNewValue = (!!newValue);
.....

Resharper incorrectly states "!newValue" is always false. This ignores truthy-falsey of javascript. The resultant value of !newValue is entirely dependant on the actual value.

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Hello Chris,

  We were not able to reproduce the mentioned warning. Are you able to send me a screenshot of the issue and full code sample to reproduce it?

Thanks!

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