Nothing new or of substance was offered up by Mueller in the Wednesday news conference, save for his not-so-subtle insinuation that Trump, as… The post appeared first on. The article goes on to state the following:. As The reported, the letters come in response to a series of false accusations and reports leveled at Sandmann and his fellow Covington high schoolers over their encounter on January 19 with Native American Nathan Phillips. Things continue to heat up in the battle to hold the media and celebs accountable for their lies and smears of the Covington Catholic students whose lives were upended after a fake news story that falsely portrayed them as racists went viral last month. Not everyone who helped perpetuate the initial fake story has retracted their claims or apologized, and are working hard to make sure people are held accountable.
The lawyer for one of the Covington Catholic kids has released a damning video detailing just how badly the left-wing media and Native America activist Nathan Phillips lied about Nick Sandmann and his fellow students during their visit to Washington D. It only takes 15 minutes to learn the truth. Somehow, interpreting the situation as the boys supposedly harassing an innocent minority group, Phillips walked up to the boys and began banging a drum and chanting, at times getting just inches from Sandmann's face. Lies that further divided our nation. The video was released Saturday by 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. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation. A nationwide media frenzy erupted after the Covington boys were falsely spurring against the school and the school's students from across the country by phone, email, and social media. Over the weekend, news broke that L. The video also mixes in media clips as well as the celebrities who fueled the fire by using their television and social media presence to foment a lynch mob mentality directed against the teens who were innocent of all that they were falsely accused of. Despite the serious medical and ethical concerns of eating genetically modified foods, corporations the world over are pressing forward with their wild experiments…and succeeding.
Both recklessly spread lies about a minor to advance their own financial and political agendas. Outside of Monsanto, protein producers are now facing ethical and medical concerns regarding their own genetically modified products. Over the weekend, news broke that L. You sound as racist as the Hollyweirdos. The video clearly shows the massive lies told about these students.
The lies were quickly exposed as such and while some in the media and the squishy Twitter warriors walked back their incitement of hate, the Sandmann family hired a high-powered attorney to sue the bastards. You think LatinoS R less capable of success? Whatever else results from this, the video is a damning indictment of the lies the media doles out on a daily basis. Follow Warner Todd Huston on Twitter. Nicholas and his legal team will not be stopped until these Goliath corporations are held accountable for their lack of journalistic integrity. Republicans 94% and political conservatives 95% are nearly unanimous in saying their trust in the media has decreased in the past decade. The family of 16-year-old Nick Sandmann was subjected to a savage onslaught of harassment and threats due to a selectively edited video what was distorted to make it appear as though they were harassing an elderly Native American activist during the March For Life in Washington D.
This meant that farmers would no longer be able to harvest their seeds for the next season, and would be forced to purchase more from Monsanto. Between 2003 and 2016, the percentage of Americans who said they have a great deal or a fair amount of trust in the media fell from 54% to 32% before recovering somewhat to 41% in 2017 as among Democrats rebounded. Still,… The post appeared first on. The legal team for the high school student who was smeared, vilified and threatened as a result of dishonest media coverage continues to kick ass and take names. She goes on to explain that the Covington teens from the all-boys school were told by chaperones to meet on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial following the event to wait for a bus to come pick them up. On the one hand, Dershowitz consistently maintained that Trump enjoyed a presumption of innocence until proven otherwise. While attempting to call out President Trump for being racist, Omar seemingly sent a racist message of her own.
A nationwide media frenzy erupted after the Covington boys were falsely spurring against the school and the school's students from across the country by phone, email, and social media. The first reported on Friday the initial list of organizations, and attorney Todd McMurtry confirmed to Fox News on Monday that more organizations or individuals could also receive letters. And all the government has… The post appeared first on. The video also proves unequivocally that the media lied about what happened that day. Confused, the boys began to chant along, some apparently thinking Phillips was on their side. Lin Wood put the media and hatemongering celebs like Kathy Griffin and Jim Carrey on notice when letters were sent out ordering them to preserve material that will be used in the upcoming lawsuits.
The video shows clearly that the teenagers were the ones abused by Phillips and the media, not the other way around. Sandmann simply stood there smiling in what he described as an attempt to de-escalate the situation. However, declining trust is not just confined to the political right — 75% of independents and 66% of moderates indicate they are less trusting than they were 10 years ago. The result is a salmon that grows to market size about twice as fast as its natural counterpart. The initial viral video clip of that confrontation spurred widespread condemnation and death threats against the 16-year-old.
Once additional video became available, it was quickly shown that Nathan Phillips was more like Chief Shitting Bull because it was she who approached the students and beat his ceremonial drum in their faces. Democrats and liberals are about as likely to say their trust in the media has not changed as to say it has decreased. The that the Covington teens — who were slandered by the media and many in Hollywood for causing the incident — did nothing to provoke it and did not in any way demean Phillips or the Black Israelites. The release of the video came on the heels of by the Sandmann family attorneys alerting members of the media that they are about to be sued for slandering Nick Sandmann and his classmates. The lawyers representing Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann and his family have reportedly sent letters to 54 organizations and individuals, including media personalities and Democratic politicians, threatening potential legal action for libelous statements about the high school junior and his classmates.
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. Nick Sandmann was the victim of a vicious smear campaign when his face became the symbol for all who reject the legitimacy of President Trump after an encounter with a Native American activist at the March For Life was distorted to make it appear as though the teen was bullying the Indian. The family of 16-year-old Nick Sandmann was subjected to a savage onslaught of harassment and threats due to a selectively edited video what was distorted to make it appear as though they were harassing an elderly Native American activist during the March For Life in Washington D. Prior to the encounter, a handful of Black Hebrew Israelites had called the teens racist and homophobic slurs. For nearly an hour the Black Israelites hurled obscenities, racial, and homophobic slurs at the Covington teens — until Phillips approached them.