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Nick Sandmann Could Get a LOT of Money from the Washington Post

Covington Catholic school student Nick Sandmann, who was slandered by the mainstream media for days even after it was shown that he made no aggressive or racially-charged actions at all against activist Nathan Phillips, has filed a $250 million lawsuit against one of his greatest offenders.

The Washington Post was one of the many news outlets that published the knee-jerk version of the story, based on claims that Sandmann and his fellow students were harassing Phillips and shouting “build the wall” while he protested by beating a drum in Sandmann’s face. Even though the story changed in as little as 24 hours, the Washington Post and others kept the initial story live, issuing no retractions or corrections whatsoever.

Remember, the mainstream media went the extra mile to make Sandmann and his friends seem as evil as possible. Even when it was shown that Phillips walked up to Sandmann — not the other way around — media talking heads shifted their focus to how Sandmann was smirking during the interaction. Again, there was no verbal acosting of any kind — Sandmann just made the horrible crime of being a white Trump supporter.

Anthony Brian Logan reacts to the lawsuit in the video below.

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