Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Nicholas Sandmann’s Dismissed Lawsuit against Multiple Media Outlets – EVOL

The United States Supreme Court has declined to take up the case of Nicholas Sandmann after his lawsuit against multiple corporate media outlets was dismissed.

Sandmann, a young pro-life Trump supporter from Kentucky, attempted to sue several media organizations for alleged defamation and libel over their coordinated public smears of him.

The smear attacks came following a confrontation with a Native American activist during a school trip to Washington D.C. in January 2019.

That lawsuit had been dismissed by a district court and circuit court panel.

Now, the U.S. Supreme Court has also declined to take up Sandmann’s petition for his case to be considered, according to the Washington Examiner.

The brief standoff, during which Sandmann silently smiled while activist Nathan Phillips banged a drum in his face, went viral at the time.

The confrontation led to countless reports from multiple media organizations that overtly sided with Phillips’ biased accounting of the incident.

Meanwhile, they were simultaneously opining negatively on the alleged beliefs, motivations, and politics of the young high school student.

In an X post on Monday morning, Sandmann wrote without further explanation:

“The Supreme Court of the United States has denied my petition.”

Just a short time earlier



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