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Nick Sandmann Lawsuit Against the Washington Post asks for 250 Million in Damages

We told you it was coming and here it is. The first official lawsuit by Covington Kid Nick Sandmann seeks damages of 250 million dollars from the Washington Post. The exact sum Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos paid to acquire the ‘democracy dies in darkness’ sensationalizer of fake news. Attorneys for Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann …

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The Sandmann Cometh – Nathan Phillips is Being Sued

Covington Kid, Nick Sandmann’s lawyers have been busy. Last week they sent letters to dozens of persons or entities to preserve evidence for a potential lawsuit. Now they’ve announced that they are suing Nathan Phillips, the drum-taunting, Native American, who did not serve in Vietnam.

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Covington School Student May Be Suing NYT, CNN, Kathy Griffin, Jim Carrey, NPR, WaPO…

Nick Sandmann’s treatment after the media and celebrities ginned up a mob of hate and death threats will likely spawn several if not a dozen or more lawsuits. We observed the beginnings of this on Jan 24, but reports suggest there is a team of seven lawyers working on this now. As WKRC reported, an attorney working …

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The Covington Kids Edition of Free Speech and Why Donald Trump is Our President

I apologize for going back to this well (and the mixed metaphors). But the Covington cow continues to provide lessons worth milking. The actual event. The professional victim named Nathan Phillips. The media misrepresentation. The Left’s over-the-top response. Liberal Hollywood’s rush to embrace. The violence, intolerance, and anger. I’m still waiting for Kathy Griffin to appear …

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