Covington Catholic students handed CNN the last letter they ever expected
CNN rushed to smear Covington Catholic students who wore MAGA hats after the March for Life.
They tried to claim Covington students were abusive and racist.
But CNN was just handed a letter that could cost them big time.
Even after the full video came out showing it was professional protesters who tried (and failed) to provoke Covington Catholic students, CNN still tried to push the narrative that the students were racist.
Other media outlets and celebrities jumped on the bandwagon.
The high school students received death threats from to the outrage mob ginned up by the media and Hollywood celebrities.
Now everyone who slandered the students could be subject to a new lawsuit.
Lawyers for Covington student Nick Sandmann and his family said Friday they are sending letters to those who attacked, threatened, and smeared the students as the first step in possible libel and defamation lawsuits.
The list includes everyone from Senator Elizabeth Warren to actress Alyssa Milano, CNN, The Washington Post, and even a number of Catholic dioceses just to name a few.
The Daily Caller reports:
The legal team behind Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann are sending letters to various media organizations, celebrities and politicians it says completely misrepresented the confrontation between the teenager and Native American activists last month and potentially defamed their client.
In a story first reported Friday by The Cincinnati Enquirer and confirmed Sunday to The Daily Caller by lawyer Todd McMurtry, the letters have been or will be sent “over the next couple of days” to media organizations like CNN, The New York Times and The Washington Post. Celebrities and politicians like Jim Carrey, Alyssa Milano, Bill Maher and Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren are also on the list.
It is the first step in a potential and far-reaching libel and defamation suit that McMurtry, of the Hemmer DeFrank Wessels law firm in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky, says would be “a significant and unique lawsuit.”
The media was unsuccessful in bringing down Brett Kavanaugh with made up allegations.
So they turned up their attacks even more to try to take down a group of innocent Catholic high school students.
But that’s blowing up in their face.
Now, the Covington students may get their justice.