Nicholas Sandmann filed suit against numerous media entities after the false and misleading portrayals of him and his interaction with a Native American activist who banged a drum inches from Sandmann's face.
Nicholas Sandmann, the young man who was smeared by the media for the sin of wearing a MAGA hat, and ended up speaking at the 2020 Republican National Convention, has been accepted as a student at Transylvania University in Kentucky.
As a result, an official at the ACLU is now attacking the school. This is unreal.
Nick Sandmann, the Covington High School teenager who was smeared by mainstream media outlets after he stood toe to toe with a professional protester during the march for life, was asked to speak at last night's RNC.
Sandmann experienced the full wrath of a national cancellation campaign perpetrated by the media, celebrities, and even higher education.
There have been some troubling developments related to the now heavily censored video of medical professionals touting the effects of hydroxychloroquine treatment on patients suffering from COVID-19. In fact, those involved in the making or promoting of the video are getting the full cancel-culture treatment.
CNN has settled the lawsuit brought by Nicholas Sandmann over coverage of the incident in which Sandmann falsely was accused of trying to intimidate a Native American activist, according to local TV reports. Sandmann filed lawsuits against CNN, The Washington Post, and NBC. Initially the lawsuits were dismissed, but recently a portion of the lawsuits were reopened by the court and all three lawsuits were reactivated.
Weeks of impeachment hearings that have mocked fairness and transparency have subsequently spilled over to other congressional activities.
Scuffles broke out this weekend during a town hall event in California to mark the recent passage of US legislation officially commemorating the Armenian genocide.
In late July 2019, a federal district Judge in the Eastern District of Kentucky dismissed the lawsuit by Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann against The Washington Post.
For background on the dismissal and the underlying legal issues, see our post, Nicholas Sandmann lawsuit against Washington Post DISMISSED.
Like many Americans, I was horrified by the infamous video of little schoolchildren singing the Obama "mmm mmm mmm" song. And I would be, like many Americans, equally horrified to learn of a similar group of school children singing "mmm mmm mmm" songs about President Trump.
You know the story. Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandman was maligned and became the mainstream media's object of derision because he has the audacity to stand there with a smile on his face as a Native American activist banged a drum inches from Sandmann's face.
He stood his ground, and for that became the poster child for white privilege in the rhetoric of the media and social justice warriors. Initial reports blamed Sandmann for being part of a mob that surrounded and tried to intimidate the drum-banger, described in the media as a "Native American Elder."