Fake news CNN forced to settle multi-million dollar lawsuit with Nick Sandmann and Covington Catholic High students for libel, slander and defamation of character over series of falsely reported news stories and videos
When fake news CNN is not publishing outright lies, they are publishing distorted half-truths in ways that will always make the Liberals look innocent, and will always make the Conservatives look guilty. You will remember their two and a half year news cycle on the Russian Collusion hoax, something they promoted as being true and real 24 hours a day, when in fact it was a lie that CNN knew was a lie. When it was over, no apology or retraction was ever offered, with even Liberals like Jimmy Dore calling them out. But that ‘just how CNN do, bruh’. You get the idea.
So used to telling lies was CNN that they began to think they were untouchable, that they virtually owned the news cycle, and could say and do anything, and they did. Right up to the moment when they committed classic Liberal overreach, like Nancy Pelosi is doing with her impeachment scam, and their fake news house of cards came tumbling down on top of them. Say hello to Nick Sandmann and the Covington Catholic High School students.
For those of you who don’t know, here is the 90-second, high level over view. Nick Sandmann, a student at Covington Catholic High School, was attending a pro-life rally in Washington DC last year called the March For Life. At the same time the March For Life was going on, there was also an Indigenous Peoples March happening, and this was attended by one Nathan Phillips. Phillips was playing a Native American drum, and Sandmann and his friends found it very interesting and stopped to watch. You can watch the whole story in the video below.
So everything was all well and good, with every one getting along fine, and oh, almost forgot. Nick Sandmann and his friends were all wearing MAGA gear, you know, the Make America Great Again marketing for the Trump campaign. Anyway, back to the story. Everything was all well and good with the Covington school kids and the Native Americans, right up to the moment that a domestic hate group known as the Black Hebrew Israelites started shouting nasty racially-charged slurs at Nathan Phillips and the other members of the Indigenous Peoples March that Nick Sandmann and his buddies were watching. Well, you can guess what happened next.
That’s right, what happened next was that when CNN reported the story they wrote that Nick Sandmann and his Covington Catholic High friends were verbally assaulting the Native Americans from the Indigenous Peoples March! They even went so far as to doctor video that falsely made it look like the high school kids were getting aggressive with the Native Americans, which they absolutely were not. Why would fake news CNN write and continue over days and weeks to promote such a distorted and patently-false narrative? Because in the mind of CNN, those innocent kids were the enemy because they were pro-life, Conservative and wore MAGA hats. So they had to invent some nonsense to make them look back when in reality the bad actors were the Black Hebrew Israelites whom CNN gave a free pass to. (cue narrator: “This is CNN!”)
That was then, this is now, and now CNN has just paid out millions and millions of dollars in the first round of settlements in this case after Nick Sandmann and his Covington Catholic High friends took them to court in a very large and far-reaching lawsuit.
President Donald Trump was thousand percent correct when he first pinned the title of fake news on CNN, because that is exactly what they are, and they continue 7 days per week to earn that title over and over and over again.
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