Roughly a week after the announcement that Nick Sandmann legal team is suing the The Washington Post for 250-mil, Lin Woods, Sandmann’s high profile attorney is considering suing Bill Maher for defamation in direct reference to Maher’s rant about the Covington boys.
Sandman suit against the Post for defamation led President Trump to weigh in:
A few day’s ago, the President tweeted a section of Sandmann’s lawsuit in which he alleges the news outlet “ignored basic journalistic standards because it wanted to advance its well-known and easily documented biased agenda against President Donald J. Trump.”
“Go get them Nick!” Trump tweeted. “Fake News!”
“The Washington Post ignored basic journalistic standards because it wanted to advance its well-known and easily documented biased agenda against President Donald J. Trump.” Covington student suing WAPO. Go get them Nick. Fake News!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 20, 2019
In a recent interview Wood stated:
“Well, certainly CNN and Bill Maher did things that we consider to have crossed the line. We think the statements they made are defamatory. They’re not humorous,” Wood said. “So certainly Bill Maher is somebody that we’re looking at very carefully, and HBO, for allowing him to make those defamatory statements.”
Popular conservative talk show host Steven Crowder did a segment on the the news.
Hopefully, Nick Sandmann gets a little justice via some serious cash flow. What the media did to him and his fellow students wasn’t just negligence, it was (in my opinion) rather malicious. Targeting teen boys for the purpose of pushing a narrative, that white male Trump supporters are the villains of all history, is just disgusting. Sandmann is a private citizen. He’s not even an adult. Yet the media tried scalping him for the crime of smirking.