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CNN to Be Sued For $250 Million After ‘Direct’ & ‘Vicious’ Smears On Covington Teen

Talk about a wakeup call!

John Salvatore

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Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann was lambasted by liberal elitists and the mainstream media for something he didn’t do.

Native American activist Nathan Phillips was the instigator from the start, and video later proved that to be true.

Now, CNN is facing some big problems for how they covered the situation that unfolded at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.

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CNN is likely to be hit with a massive lawsuit worth more than $250 million over alleged “vicious” and “direct attacks” on Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann, his lawyer has told Fox News.

Lawyer L. Lin Wood discussed his decision to sue CNN for its reporting and coverage of his client during an interview that will air on Fox News Channel’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Sunday at 10 p.m. ET.

“CNN was probably more vicious in its direct attacks on Nicholas than The Washington Post. And CNN goes into millions of individuals’ homes,” Wood told Fox News host and best-selling author Mark Levin.

On an episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the host ripped into 16-year-old “little pr***” Nick Sandmann.

WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE

HBO host Bill Maher called 16-year-old Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann a “little prick” during his Friday night “Real Time With Bill Maher” opening monologue.

Maher: “I don’t blame the kid, the smirking kid,” Maher said. “I blame lead poisoning and bad parenting. And, oh yeah, I blame the fucking kid. What a little prick. Smirk-face!

I don’t spend a lot of time around Catholic schoolchildren, but I do not get what Catholic priests see in these kids.

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The truth has been revealed about Nathan Phillips.

Phillips claimed that he was a Vietnam veteran on multiple occasions. That has been proven false.

He also forced a Catholic Church to lock its doors because his group stormed mass after the event that went viral in DC.

For some reason, the media doesn’t seem to care about the other side of the story.

It is now being reported that Phillips has a criminal record, including assault and escaping from prison.

New reporting reveals that Native American activist Nathan Phillips has a criminal record, including assault and escape from prison. Philips became the focal point of the viral clash with the Kentucky students.

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Larry King worked for CNN for a very long time.

In a recent interview, he admitted what a lot of people have figured for a good while now.

According to Larry, CNN “stopped doing news a long time ago.”

Partial transcript:

HOST RICK SANCHEZ: You know it’s interesting. As I listen to you I’m thinking that both you and I are old enough to remember that there was a lot of antagonism during the 1960s. There was a lot of antagonism during Watergate. There was certainly antagonism during the Clinton years. But there is something, maybe it’s an undercurrent, that is different now. Can you put your finger on it? What is it?

KING: Two things, Rick — the internet and cable news. Could you imagine cable news in Watergate? And they don’t do news anymore. In fact, RT is one of the few channels doing news. RT does news. CNN stopped doing news a long time ago. They do Trump. Fox is Trump TV and MSNBC is anti-Trump all the time. You don’t see a story — there was vicious winds and storms in the Northeast the other day – not covered on any of the three cable networks, not covered. Not covered! So when CNN started covering Trump — they were the first — they covered every speech he made and then they made Trump the story. So, Trump is the story in America. I would bet that ninety-eight percent of all Americans mention his name at least once a day. And when it’s come to that, when you focus on one man, I know Donald 40 years — I know the good side of Donald and I know the bad side of Donald — I think he would like to be a dictator. I think he would love to be able to just run things. So, he causes a lot of this. Then his fight with the media and fake news. I’ve been in the media a long time, like you — longer than you, Rick. And at all my years at CNN, in my years at Mutual Radio, I have never seen a conversation where a producer said to a host “pitch the story this way. Angle it that way. Don’t tell the truth.” Never saw it. Never saw it.

SANCHEZ: You know it’s funny, just quick because you know these producers are telling me you guys have to start wrapping this up … you said something interesting about how CNN played along with Trump. I think they only played along or at least gave him that much airtime in many ways because they didn’t think he was going to win, correct?

KING: I guess it’s to their regret. But, they covered him as a character. They carried every speech he made. They carried him more than Fox News, at the beginning. And so they built the whole thing up and the Republicans had a lot of candidates and they all had weaknesses. When I saw Senator Cruz hug Donald Trump the other day I said, “this is what America has become.” He said that Cruz’s father helped kill Kennedy!

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President Trump Contradicts Mueller Report on Key Democratic Concern

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