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Rep. Ilhan Omar should be prosecuted along with the others for printing lies and putting children’s lives at risk.

Attorney Robert Barnes just shut down Rep. Ilhan Omar, giving her time to retract a libel statement against the Covington Catholic Boys who were slandered by the opposition media over the weekend.

Barnes told the Covington families that he would represent them pro bono and showed his worth in gold by putting Omar on notice who published this statement on her Twitter timeline.

The boys were protesting a woman’s right to choose & yelled “it’s not rape if you enjoy it” -They were taunting 5 Black men before they surrounded Phillips and led racist chants -Sandmann’s family hired a right wing PR firm to write his non-apology

https://twitter.com/IlhanMN/status/1087918469008576513

The dishonest woman is speaking to her constituents and like-minded bigots who believe the lie and don’t care to check it against the facts. The goal is to keep the “little people” agitated, not to inform them.

Barnes responded with these seven words:

Barnes is the real deal; he’s also working with Kurt Schlichter on this who recently won a large judgment in a defamation or slander case. Barnes is a very experienced trial attorney.

In libel law, you must demand a retraction as part of the foundation for the lawsuit. If a retraction is made, the damages that can be pursued is limited to loss of reputation, etc., but not punitive damages.

Now, some of this varies by State to State, but that’s what he is doing. So, yes, he is taking action. She’s about to learn a lesson not covered by Sharia law.

According to the longer video for this incident, these “kids” acted like civilized, respectful adolescents through the terrible position they were thrust into by this hateful excuse of a human being banging a drum in their faces of innocence. I hope the perpetrators are indeed held accountable for a change.

God continue to bless these Covington students.

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