“Go get them Nick. Fake News!” Trump tweeted early Wednesday morning presumably after eating a live fawn with his bare hands before soaking in sherbet extract and laying in his tanning bed for six hours.

The complaint—which includes five attorneys because everybody is trying to eat off this case— claims that the Post published seven articles that were “false and defamatory.”


From the Post:

According to the allegations made in the complaint, Nicholas Sandmann and his classmates were waiting for a bus at the Lincoln Memorial after attending the March for Life rally on the Mall when a group of African American men who call themselves Hebrew Israelites began yelling racial epithets at them. The high school group began a series of school sports chants in response, the complaint said.

Phillips, a self-described Native American activist who was on the Mall that day for the Indigenous Peoples March, has said he was walking toward the Lincoln Memorial when he encountered the Covington group. He was chanting and beating a small drum when he came face to face with Sandmann.

The Sandmanns’ suit asserts that the newspaper “bullied” Sandmann in its reporting “because he was the white, Catholic student wearing a red ‘Make America Great Again’ souvenir cap.”

It calls Phillips “a phony war hero [who] was too intimidated by the unruly Hebrew Israelites to approach them, the true troublemakers, and instead chose to focus on a group of innocent children.”


A Post spokeswoman, Kristine Coratti Kelly, said in response to the suit, “We are reviewing a copy of the lawsuit, and we plan to mount a vigorous defense.”

Also, when in doubt, blame the Hebrew Israelites.

Also, am I the only one that thinks $250 million is a little low for allegedly besmirching the good white name of a Kentucky teen?