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The lawyer who represented Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann during his defamation cases has joined Kyle Rittenhouse’s legal team, and says there will be “at least 10” defamation lawsuits against prominent figures and companies for comments against the teenager.
“I’ve been hired to head the effort to determine whom to sue, when to sue, where to sue,” Todd McMurtry, who now represents Rittenhouse, told Fox News Digital in a phone interview Thursday morning. “We’re going to look at everything that’s been said, determine which of those comments are legally actionable and proceed from there.”
McMurtry said it’s “pretty much assured that there’s probably 10 to 15 solid” cases against “large defendants.”
The Nicholas Sandmann slander was before this websites time. Basically, CNN, and some other propagandists reported that he was violently approaching some Aboriginal fake war vet guy. Nothing could have been further from the truth. He and his fellow White kids stood there while the Abo beat a drum in their faces.
He ended getting a bunch of undisclosed settlements from these propagandists, which is good. He also was promised by Blormph that he would be invited to the State of the Union speech, which never happened. So Sandmann was also useful in his own way for discrediting the Cult of Orange.
Though the legal process for potential defamation cases is just beginning, McMurtry singled out Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook for a “factually false” designation on the platform that listed the Kenosha shootings as a “mass murder” incident. The designation resulted in Rittenhouse’s social media accounts being pulled down and restricting positive comments about the teenager.
“Let’s just use for an example what Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg said about [Rittenhouse]. They said that he was involved in a mass murder incident,” McMurtry explained. “This was not a mass murder incident. It was clearly factually false.”
Please god, let this happen. Nothing will be sweeter than having it on record that these “fact-checkers,” are themselves slanderers. At the very least, I want to see their defense, and it’s going to have to be something like “well we’re not really a source anyone should be trusting.” To have this fight at all is the win.
“To call somebody a mass murderer is seriously defamatory. And then to use the power of social media to basically … censor any views that would take opposition to that mass murderer statement is a serious effort to destroy his character. And it was seriously mistaken and seriously defamatory.”
Nevertheless, all of this is leaving a sour taste in my mouth. This is good, but it reminds me how much I hate the Orange Potato. Good thing this zionist clown let all these trillion dollar multinationals censor us off the internet, thus rigging online news and entertainment as hard as traditional sources have been rigged for decades.
Instead we have to hope that this case against Facebook and Zuckerberg gives us something of the political victory that we have deserved for a long time. And there’s no guarantee that Rittenhouse and his lawyer are going to fight this purely politically, which would entail not taking any settlements, and instead forcing this to go to a publicized trial. In fact, he has a history of doing exactly the opposite with his previous client, Nicholas Sandmann.
Rittenhouse said in February that he was launching an initiative to combat news organizations for the “lies” they have published, and explained he had a “list” of people that could face legal action.
Still, Kyle Rittenhouse, our guy or not, shot three antifas, two of whom were pedophiles. Guy deserves to drain the anti-White slanderers for every penny that they have.
One difficult aspect of making a defamation claim is having to prove that the defamatory statements caused you damages which can be remedied by the court. However, there is what is known as per se defamation, wherein the statements made are so egregiously bad that damages are automatically assumed (and thus don’t need to be proven).
I think we can all agree that being falsely called a mass murderer passes the test for per se defamation. Open up your wallet, Zuck, Kyle needs a new gun.
I sure hope so. Rittenhouse might not actually be our guy, but Zuckerberg and Facebook “fact-checkers,” are most definitely our enemies.