Covington Kids Will Get the Last Smirk

Be still my heart! I hope the Covington kids are indeed suing everybody in the food chain of the fake news story about them.

What I’ve learned in 10 years of political punditry and fighting Leftism is lawsuits are the only thing that works overwhelmingly. The shock on a Leftist’s face when they are served in a lawsuit is the stuff Mastercard commercials are made of…PRICELESS!

And now we get word that the Covington Catholic High School lawyers may be suing everybody in the Leftist food chain!

Consider how much the Left have done over the last decade to lie and intimidate conservatives, then ask yourself if it’s getting better or worse with each passing year. You know the answer. But to think we can put an end to this by suing them.

That’s what my team began doing with Seeking Educational Excellence. We gather our information and then sue Leftists for their own nonsense.

Back to Covington.

Go for the jugular. Hit a Jew-hating Muslim for her hate-speech. As Rollcall reported,

Rep. Ilhan Omar is the latest public figure to catch the attention of the attorney for the Covington Catholic students, Robert Barnes, who is threatening to sue just about anyone who he thinks spread “libel” against his clients.

“This is libel. Retract, or get sued,” Barnes tweeted, quoting a now-deleted tweet from the Minnesota Democrat in which she claimed the teens were at fault for the confrontation Saturday at the Indigenous People’s March in Washington, D.C., between the students from the Northern Kentucky school and Native American Nathan Phillips.

“The boys were protesting a woman’s right to choose & yelled ‘it’s not rape if you enjoy it,’” Omar tweeted Tuesday night, before deleting the tweet Wednesday morning. She also erroneously wrote that the students “were taunting 5 Black men before they surrounded Phillips and led racist chants.”

Omar offered no explanation for her deleted tweet.

A spokesman for the congresswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

How many media outlets just followed the narrative against the Covington Catholic boys? And how many times have the media gotten away with this.

Up to now, there has been no recourse, except for President Trump’s Twitter beatings. But that’s not far enough.

Now let’s see how many people end up in this suit. Moreover, how many people will follow suit, pardon the pun?

Next, I suggest these kids sue the Indian who started this mess? Stolen valor fraud Nathan Phillips.

As PJ Media reported, this should be an easy case.

Not everyone who helped perpetuate the initial fake story has retracted their claims or apologized, and lawyers for the Covington families are working hard to make sure people are held accountable.

A new fourteen-minute video of the incident in Washington, D.C., last month emphasizes the starring role Phillips took in spreading the fraudulent narrative and the supporting roles the uncritical media took in smearing the innocent kids.

The video was released Saturday by L. Lin Wood, the high-profile attorney who was retained by the family of Nicholas Sandmann, the 16-year-old who smiled at Phillips while the activist banged on a drum and chanted in his face. The initial viral video clip of that confrontation spurred widespread condemnation and death threats against the 16-year-old. Wood’s specialty is bringing “aggressive libel and slander suits against media organizations,” reportedly.

“Two weeks ago, the mainstream media, politicians, church officials, commentators, & celebrities rushed to judgment to wrongfully condemn, threaten, disparage & vilify Nick Sandmann based solely on a few seconds of an out-of-context video clip. It only takes 15 minutes to learn the truth,” Wood said in the YouTube description.

I hope these kids sue that Leftist Indian fraud for everything he’s worth.

Then I hope they sue dozens more, if not hundreds. And I hope they win millions of dollars. Maybe when more Leftists see that we won’t tolerate their hate-speech any more, they will change their evil ways?





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