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CNN’s Kirsten Powers Still Thinks Covington Kids Should be Punished

After being roundly slandered by virtually every major mainstream media outlet, Covington Catholic high school student Nick Sandmann is taking the fight back to the powers that be — starting with the Washington Post.

Based on what we saw in the immediate aftermath of the incident between Sandmann and fake Vietnam veteran and professional victim Nathan Phillips, we have every reason to expect the case to end in Sandmann’s favor. The likely scenario is that the Washington Post doesn’t want the bad press, and will settle out of court to placate Sandmann and his family. This would basically allow them to get away with calling Sandmann and his classmates racist, but it would send a signal to the rest of the media that their monopoly on the so-called “truth” is over.

If you’re wondering why the mainstream media has mysteriously stopped talking about the incident, now you know why. There is one voice, however, that hasn’t. CNN’s Kirsten Powers is back on Twitter, but it doesn’t look like she’ll be back on for long after what she just said about Sandmann.

Watch Mark Dice break it all down in the video below.

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