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Sunday, February 3, 2019

Libel Lawyers Release List of 50+ Possible Defendants in Nick Sandmann/Covington Case...

Is that a "We're gonna getcha" smirk
on libel lawyer Lin Wood's face?


...and it includes the Dioceses of Covington, Louisville, Lexington, and Baltimore. Good!

Bishops who were slow to move against sexual predators couldn't wait to crucify the Covington kids within hours of the viral video showing the short clip of Nathan Phillips beating his drum in Nick Sandmann's face.

The smiling student was condemned without a trial for the "facecrime" of "smirking." Hey, it just looked like a calm smile to me.

But then I couldn't read Nick's thoughts like the vicious media/entertainment thugs who went after him with virtual woodchippers and chain saws.

This is a "come-to-Jesus-meeting" moment. And here's the list of those who received the "invitation" to the meeting. Read the list and smirk:

The Washington Post
The New York Times
Cable News Network, Inc. (CNN)
The Guardian
National Public Radio
TMZ
Atlantic Media Inc.
Capitol Hill Publishing Corp.
Diocese of Covington
Diocese of Lexington
Archdiocese of Louisville
Diocese of Baltimore
Ana Cabrera
Sara Sidner
Erin Burnett
S.E. Cupp
Elliot C. McLaughlin
Amanda Watts
Emanuella Grinberg
Michelle Boorstein
Cleve R. Wootson Jr.
Antonio Olivo
Joe Heim
Michael E. Miller
Eli Rosenberg
Isaac Stanley-Becker
Kristine Phillips
Sarah Mervosh
Emily S. Rueb
Maggie Haberman
David Brooks
Shannon Doyne
Kurt Eichenwald
Andrea Mitchell
Savannah Guthrie
Joy Reid
Chuck Todd
Noah Berlatsky
Elisha Fieldstadt
Eun Kyung Kim
HBO
Bill Maher
Warner Media
Conde Nast
GQ
Heavy.com
The Hill
The Atlantic
Bustle.com
Ilhan Omar
Elizabeth Warren
Kathy Griffin
Alyssa Milano
Jim Carrey
If anyone deserves a nomination for being a super smirker it's un-funny and kind of creepy "comedian" Jim Carrey. As for Kathy Griffin, Bill Maher and a number of others on the list...well...I can only shake my head and say about each one with Shakespeare's Portia, "God made him and therefore let him  pass for a man." (or woman or one of 150 other "genders")

1 comment:

TC said...

Not much improvement in the last 150 years ….. journalists still think their shit doesn’t stink.
Mark Twain
During a speech entitled “License of the Press,” delivered in Hartford, Connecticut on March 31, 1873, Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) bemoaned the fact that “there are laws protecting freedom of the press, but none protecting people from the press.
“That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse. I am personally acquainted with hundreds of journalists, and the opinion of the majority of them would not be worth tuppence in private, but when they speak in print it is the newspaper that is talking (the pygmy scribe is not visible) and then their utterances shake the community like the thunders of prophecy.
“I have a sort of vague general idea that there is too much liberty of the press in this country, and that through the absence of all wholesome restraint the newspaper has become in a large degree a national curse, and will probably damn the Republic yet.”
Mark Twain