We all know now that CNN and the Washington Post have been sued for massive amounts of money: $250mil against the Post, $275Mil against CNN for their false reporting against Nick Sandman.  Massive amounts to be sure, but is it enough for what they did to an innocent young man on a field trip in DC and suddenly caught in a volitile situation... by Nathan Phillips, Native American?

How will they win such a large settlement against these two media giants who will have a cadre of the best lefist attorneys in America?

Watch and see.  CNN and the Post are toast.

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Impressive amounts to put some teeth behind the suit. Would this prevail in a court of law? Not sure they would. For now I am just left with my own joy that the filing gave to me a moment of a feeling a fight back was given to Sandman and to all of us.

What always piqued my interest was that photo, seen round the world.  If it is observed closely, Nicholas was not even LOOKING at the native American, but to the left of him.  Let us fervently hope that the lawsuits bring  their targets down.

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