If you have two people talk about something that they both witnessed, chances are both stories are going to be the same if they are trying to tell the truth.

However, if one of them has something to gain by twisting the story around to benefit themselves, you can bet that they are going to do it.

CNN is like that. They have no problem twisting words around in order to fit their narrative.

In February 2019, Covington Student Nick Sandmann’s family hired famed lawyer L. Lin Wood to take on the media and individuals who slandered the 16-year-old Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann, after a video showing fake Vietnam war veteran Nathan Phillips banging a drum in his face in Washington D.C. went viral.

Wood is famous for winning defamation suits. He’s who you’d want if you were in the shoes of the Sandmann family.

They wanted their son’s name cleared and restored to good standing after the media and others blamed him for an incident that happened at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial. The media twisted the truth from the beginning, but eventually, several videos proved the students were actually the victims and not the protagonists of the altercation.

Attorney Lin Wood put this video together so the whole world could see the truth about what happened, instead of through the lies of the leftist, agenda-driven media:

After almost one year, the now 17-year-old Nick Sandmann and his family are about to receive some compensation for having their lives turned upside down by a hateful, bullying media.

The Washingon Times is reporting that CNN reportedly agreed Tuesday to settle a $275 million lawsuit filed by Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann over the network’s coverage of his viral encounter with an elderly Native American activist.

The details of the settlement were not disclosed during proceedings at the federal courthouse in Covington, Kentucky, according to Fox19 in Cincinnati.

The teen’s family filed lawsuits against CNN, NBCUniversal and the Washington Post over-reporting on the January 2019 incident in which Nicholas was filmed standing face-to-face with Omaha elder Nathan Phillips as he played a drum on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

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