– Advertisement –

Covington Kid to Sue Five More News Outlets, Question is When Will He Sue Beth Moore?

by | Mar 3, 2020

We need your support. As big tech continues its crackdown on conservative blogs, our days on these platforms are numbered. Go Ad-Free plus get Exclusive Member-Only content by subscribing to us on Substack!

The Covington High School kid who was slandered and maligned on social media and mainstream news outlets settled with CNN in January while lawsuits against NBC Universal and the Washington Post are still pending.

According to a report filed with the District Court in Covington, Nick Sandmann and his attorneys plan to sue five more media outlets including the New York Times, CBS, ABC, Gannett, and Rolling Stone.

As Big Tech continues to censor conservative publications like ours, we must increasingly rely on supporters to continue our work. Much of our work, particularly as it revolves around a biblical worldview on social and cultural issues, isn’t even allowed to be shared on social media anymore. This reduces our traffic and causes us to move more of our work exclusively to Substack. Members who subscribe to us on Substack will gain exclusive access to all of our work, free of ads and other annoying pop-ups, as well as member-only access to our podcast archive and controversial moderated content. Please consider supporting us today by subscribing at:



The lawsuits come amid Sandmann and other students’ appearance at the March for Life last year when a video taken out of context appeared to show Sandmann “smirking” at a Native American. The news outlets along with social media maligned him and labeled him such things as “white supremacist,” and “racist.” Reza Aslan, a CNN host was named in the lawsuits for calling Sandmann’s face “punchable.”

Elizabeth Warren was among those named in the lawsuits as well.

It should be noteworthy to mention that the high profile liberal Democrats mentioned in this lawsuit were not the only influential names to spread falsehoods about Sandmann. Highly popular and influential Southern Baptist leader, Beth Moore, also joined the chorus of liberals denouncing him, stating things such as “reeks of the vomit of hell,” and “glee in dehumanizing,” receiving thousands of likes and re-tweets on social media.

It is not yet known if Sandmann will go after Beth Moore for her libelous accusations against Sandmann but if he does decide to do so, it should be noted that many Southern Baptist leaders are known for this kind of behavior.

Latest

Subscribe

Follow Us

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

You Might Also Like…