Former Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann, a Kentuckian, has been recruited by the political campaign of Sen. Mitch McConnell as a Grassroots Director. Sandmann has been riding a wave of success following his bold and brave stand against the mainstream media following an incident in Washington, D.C. several years ago.
Sandmann took CNN and other networks to task for spreading lies about him in stories they ran on television and in print, earning a hefty settlement from all publications involved.
The young man recently delivered a powerful speech at the Republican National Convention last week.
via Washington Examiner:
“Along with our already strong team, his efforts to bring people together all across Kentucky will be critical to Senator McConnell’s victory this November,” the McConnell campaign said in a statement.
Sandmann, the former Covington Catholic student who gained national notoriety last year following a viral interaction with a Native American man at a pro-life rally, has secured a paid grassroots position on McConnell’s campaign, according to the New York Post.
Sandmann will assist the campaign with developing field operations and building coalitions.
— Team Mitch (Text MITCH to 47360) (@Team_Mitch) August 29, 2020
finally got to add more to my bio than just my schools
— Nicholas Sandmann (@N1ckSandmann) August 28, 2020
What makes Sandmann’s case so important is that he not only caught the media in lies that damaged his personal character, but he stood up for himself by filing these lawsuits, paving the way for others who get trashed unfairly in the media to take similar action.
This will force the hand of the mainstream media to start setting aside its twisted propaganda and agenda pushing to give only the facts, else they suffer serious consequences in the future.