Covington Student Nick Sandmann Is Now Suing Bill Maher And Kathy Griffin!

Covington student Nick Sandmann has been systematically suing those who defamed him and the next on the list are Bill Maher And Kathy Griffin. Sandman was vilified in the media over an unplanned confrontation with a Native American in Washington, DC. The Covington Catholic students were waiting on a bus during a period they were receiving an onslaught of racist attacks from a black group. The Native American walked in between the factions, ending up in front of the kids and Sandman.

Sandmann’s legal team, represented by Todd McMurtry and experienced libel and defamation lawyer L. Lin Wood, have already began the lawsuit against CNN for $275 million and another $250 million lawsuit against The Washington Post.

The lawsuits, filed in federal court in Kentucky, came was only the first of what could be dozens of lawsuits stemming from the Jan. 18 viral encounter.

Now Nick Sandmann and his legal team are getting ready to go after Bill Maher and Kathy Griffin next.

On Jan. 27, Maher referred to Sandmann as “a little prick” on his weekly HBO political program “Real Time.”

“I don’t blame the kid, the smirk-face kid. I blame lead poisoning and bad parenting. And, oh yeah, I blame the f—ing kid, what a little prick,” Maher said.

“Smirk face, like that’s not a dick move at any age to stick your face in this elderly man,” the host continued.

“You know, I don’t spend a lot of time, I must tell you, around Catholic school kids, but I do not get what Catholic priests see in these kids,” Maher said.

Actress and comedian Kathy Griffin called for the students to have their identities revealed so that she and others could hold them accountable for their actions.

Griffin took issue with the students of Covington Catholic High School on Sunday seeing as the video appears to show a group of them, many wearing “Make America Great Again” hats, harassing a group participating in the Indigenous Peoples March.

“Ps. The reply from the school was pathetic and impotent. Name these kids,” Griffin said in a firey tweet Sunday morning. “I want NAMES. Shame them. If you think these f—ers wouldn’t dox you in a heartbeat, think again.”

In a different tweet, she once again called for the doxing of the students that appear in the video.

“Names please. And stories from people who can identify them and vouch for their identity. Thank you.”

“MAGA hats. Donald Trump has brought the worst out in our country,” she wrote prior to calls for the student’s identities.

These lawsuits should help to prevent the spread of character assassinations against innocent people because of a specific agenda. The extent as to which the media and celebrities, as well as activists on the left went to attack these innocent kids is insane.

The list is a long one. Many put tweets, posts, and statements out, and refused to retract them.

Joy Behar stated it was because they hate Trump so much.

According to the lawsuit, Nick is “a young boy who was guilty of little more than wearing a souvenir Make America Great Again cap while on a high school field trip.”

What a sad state the Democrat party is in. Very sad.

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