I (and perhaps others) am familiar with neither so your post is completely meaningless to me...perhaps if your post was a bit more informative.
Something tells me Phillips could have crushed that little snot right into the ground. But (like Obama and Robinson) he just smiled and took the hit.
Close. Turns out it was a group known as the Black Hebrew Israelites. But she is right about them being black. That's just as bad, right?Wabash wrote:His mom is claiming her son was being taunted earlier by Black Muslims.
"How stupid is our country?"
1. The Black Hebrew Israelites are idiots....
2. These boys wearing MAGA hats, in the middle of a political or spiritual ceremony, break out in school cheers.
3. This was all political.
"How stupid is our country?"
Yeah, his lawyers will probably make out very well. I didn't know you were such a fan of lawsuits and lawyers Red.
So tell me, what are they being sued for? Libel? Defamation? You don't have a clue do you.
. Two actresses were part of the college scandal...two actresses out of fifty or so parents who were indicted for paying bribes and here you are blaming Hollywood and claiming it's imploding...your claims are just ridiculous Red.
The biggest boogie men in pre-Nazi Germany were the Communist and Jews. Haffner points out for two groups being the biggest threat to Fatherland, the offered very little resistance, organization and influence when the Nazi's took power and started there crackdown.
Ultimately it was the Conservative political parties, social organizations and the Lutheran Church that joined forces with the Nazi. The Enabling Act and the "temporary" use of the Nazi Flag were all passed before the Nazi's had a majority of the votes in the government.
Once the Nazi's took power, it was a nonstop cycle of propaganda causing fear, paranoia and distrust along with the emotional highs of parades, marches, salutes, slogans and speeches.
Well, looks like he's going to have to work for that wealth...too bad, Red.
Judge dismisses Covington student's defamation suit against Washington Post
A federal judge in Kentucky Friday threw out a defamation lawsuit filed against The Washington Post by Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann and his family over the paper's reporting of an incident between the young man and a Native American man this past January in Washington.
The lawsuit, which was filed in February, sought $250 million in damages and accused the Post of practicing "a modern-day form of McCarthyism" by targeting Sandmann and "using its vast financial resources to enter the bully pulpit by publishing a series of false and defamatory print and online articles ... to smear a young boy who was in its view an acceptable casualty in their war against the president."....
In a 36-page ruling, U.S. District Judge William Bertelsman noted that the Post never mentioned Sandmann by name in its initial coverage of the incident, referring only to groups of "hat wearing teens." Bertelsman added that "the words used contain no reflection upon any particular individual" and thus could not be constituted as defamation. The judge also ruled that the newspaper used language that was "loose, figurative," and "rhetorical hyperbole" which is protected by the First Amendment.
https://www.foxnews.com/us/judge-dismis ... rial-rally