The Washington Post and CNN are the latest to be sued by the legal team of Covington Student Nicholas Sandman, but it’s not stopping there.
Following a $275 million defamation lawsuit against CNN and another $250 million lawsuits against The Washington Post, Covington Catholic teenager Nick Sandmann and his family are planning to go after Bill Maher and Kathy Griffin next.
Maher went on a vile rant against the teenager on his HBO show:
“I don’t blame the kid, the smirk-face kid. I blame lead poisoning and bad parenting. And, oh yeah, I blame the f—ing kid,” Maher stated.
“What a little p—-. Smirk-face!…This smirking kid says he was just trying to defuse the situation. Really? Next time you get into a fight … try that,” Maher stated, indicating a threat.
Sandman was vilified in the media over an unplanned confrontation with a Native American in Washington, DC. The Covington Catholic students claim they were waiting on a bus during a period they were receiving an onslaught of racist attacks from a black group. The Native American walked in between the factions, ending up in front of the kids and Sandman.
The media tried to portray how the students were surrounding the Native American and poking fun in a threatening tone. Sandman’s photo was shared around the nation as the ringleader who has damaged his reputation and life.
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) March 11, 2019
These lawsuits should help to prevent the spread of character assassinations against innocent people because of a specific agenda. In this case, it was prompted by the Trump Hate Syndrome. The kid and his parents were just collateral damage. Money is a powerful deterrent.
These are some of the people the Covington lawyer is threatening to sue:
The Washington Post
Maggie Haberman of the NY Times
— DC McAllister (@McAllisterDen) January 23, 2019
If you find inaccurate information within this article, please use the contact form to alert us immediately.
NOTE: Facebook and Twitter are currently censoring conservative content. We hope they will reverse their policy and honor all voices shortly. Until then, please like our page on Facebook and PLEASE check the Wayne Dupree homepage for the latest stories.
Having problems finding a source for real news links in real time, click on Whatfinger.com. Visit, bookmark and share this resource and then tell your friends and family.