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Sandmann Racks Up Another Settlement; This Time NBC Goes the Way of CNN and Washington Post

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By Jack Davis | The Western Journal

Nicholas Sandmann – Getty Images

Nicholas Sandmann, the Kentucky teenager who was vilified by the mainstream media after a January 2019 interaction at the March for Life, announced Friday he has settled his lawsuit with NBC.

The settlement of his $275 million lawsuit was Sandmann’s third with a major news source. He had sued The Washington Post for $250 million and CNN for $275 million. Both suits have since been settled.

Sandmann announced the NBC settlement in a tweet, and said the terms would not be disclosed.

“NBC-Universal created a false narrative by portraying the ‘confrontation’ as a ‘hate crime’ committed by Nicholas,” the suit had said, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.

The suit claimed Sandmann, who was 16 at the time, was an ‘”easy target for NBC-Universal to advance its anti-Trump agenda because he was a 16-year-old white, Catholic student who had attended the Right to Life March that day and was wearing a MAGA cap at the time of the incident which he had purchased earlier in the day as a souvenir.”

NBC “unleashed its vast corporate wealth, influence, and power against Nicholas to falsely attack him despite the fact that at the time, he was a 16-year-old high school student,” the lawsuit stated.

Sandmann has publicly argued there is a strong parallel between what the media did to him and what liberal news outlets did to Kyle Rittenhouse, who was acquitted of all charges against him last month stemming from an incident during the 2020 Kenosha riots when Rittenhouse, in self-defense, killed two men and wounded a third.

“Kyle was almost immediately labeled a ‘white supremacist’ and a ‘domestic terrorist.’ To many, my red MAGA hat clearly meant that I was a racist,” Sandmann wrote in a commentary piece published by the Daily Mail before the Rittenhouse trial concluded.

Sandmann wrote that the damage false media accounts did to them both goes beyond words.

“From my own experience, the death threats, feeling of no future ahead, and that millions of people hate you, is enough to alter you in many concrete ways and permanently. Make no mistake: even the strongest of people cannot resist the mental impact when the media war machine targets you,” he said.

On the question of whether Rittenhouse should hold the media accountable as he did, Sandmann wrote, “give it a shot and hold the media accountable.” Any Rittenhouse legal action would likely include issues similar to those that arose in the Sandmann case.

“One of the saddening parts of this media onslaught is that it has taken young people like Kyle and myself to expose how corrupt the media really is,” he wrote, calling the media’s coverage of Rittenhouse during his trial “the media’s public execution of him.”

“At this time I would like to use my platform to let Kyle know that I am here for you and if you ever would like to reach out to me, I am about the only person our age to have an idea of how the media is treating you. The way the media has treated you is terrible, and you don’t have to face it alone,” he wrote.

In an interview this month, Rittenhouse suggested he might sue media outlets, but noted it was not his top priority.




‘The Squad’ Rages as Manchin All But Kills Build Back Better

By Jack Davis | The Western Journal

’Twas the days before Christmas with Build Back Better dead;

when gaggles of liberals called for Joe Manchin’s head.

To Twitter they dashed, their invective to flow;
Because one Democrat boldly stood up and said no.

Progressive Democrats slammed Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia on Sunday after Manchin all but killed hopes for the collection of progressive sugarplums known as Build Back Better.

During an appearance on “Fox News Sunday,” Manchin said that his concerns for inflation, the federal debt, and the need to deal with COVID-19 were all factors in his rejection of the proposal.

But the bottom line, apparently, was “no.”


Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, one of the gaggle of House progressives doing battle under the clubhouse name of “the squad,”  tweeted her outrage.

“Let’s be clear: Manchin’s excuse is bulls**t. The people of West Virginia would directly benefit from childcare, pre-Medicare expansion, and long term care, just like Minnesotans. This is exactly what we warned would happen if we separated Build Back Better from infrastructure,” she wrote.

Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan also said Democrats should have linked the infrastructure package that passed Congress with the trillions progressives demanded for social programs.

“It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Manchin goes on Fox to kill BBB – he’s been promising to do it for months, and some folks didn’t want to believe him. We gave up our leverage the moment BIF passed and he got the fossil fuel subsidies he wanted,” she tweeted, referring to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework.

On Friday, Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Manchin was only one piece of the problem.

But to Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, Manchin is a one-man barrier to achieving just about everything progressives want.

 “He has continued to move the goalposts, he has never negotiated in good faith. And he is obstructing the President’s agenda. Eighty-five percent of which is still left on the table. And in obstructing the president’s agenda, he is obstructing the people’s agenda,” she told CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday, according to The Hill.

“We cannot allow one lone senator from West Virginia to obstruct the president’s agenda, to obstruct the people’s agenda,” she said, adding that “all I want for Christmas is a senator that has compassion for the American people and not contempt.”

“This is about Joe Manchin obstructing the president’s agenda, obstructing the people’s agenda, you know, torpedoing our opportunity to advance unprecedented advancements to address the hurt that this pandemic-induced recession has caused and to get this pandemic under control,” Pressley said, according to The Hill.

On Sunday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki released a rebuke of Manchin on the White House website, saying Manchin’s comments ”are at odds with his discussions this week with the President, with White House staff, and with his own public utterances.”

Psaki claimed that on Tuesday, “Senator Manchin came to the White House and submitted—to the President, in person, directly—a written outline for a Build Back Better bill that was the same size and scope as the President’s framework, and covered many of the same priorities.”

“While that framework was missing key priorities, we believed it could lead to a compromise acceptable to all. Senator Manchin promised to continue conversations in the days ahead, and to work with us to reach that common ground,” she said.

“If his comments on FOX and written statement indicate an end to that effort, they represent a sudden and inexplicable reversal in his position, and a breach of his commitments to the President and the Senator’s colleagues in the House and Senate,” she said.


Author: Frances Rice

Critical Race Theory Undermines Faith

Critical Race Theory Undermines Faith

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Critical Race Theory (CRT) is a scourge on society. Not only is it destroying our schools and places of work, but it also puts our religious institutions at risk.

Donna Jackson

In a commentary distributed by InsideSources and published in newspaper such as The Washington Times, Project 21 Director of Membership Development Donna Jackson notes that CRT “isn’t helping to heal wounds from past discrimination and slavery,” but is “creating new wounds.” As she explains:

For white Americans, CRT’s message is unrelentingly negative. It asserts that the entire white race is inherently racist and can never change. It’s like taking up a sport or a hobby only to be told that, no matter what you do, you’ll never get better.

For black Americans, the message is even more corrosive – and quite frankly, racist. We are told we are helpless victims of white people and cannot possibly overcome their dominance without the government’s help. Why even attempt to learn and grow when we can’t escape this fate?

“But perhaps the most destructive effects of CRT are seen in people of faith. This harm comes regardless of race,” Donna writes.

CRT is incompatible with faith, as Donna points out:

The foundation of faith is redemption, but CRT casts that aside by preaching that many people are irredeemable. Without redemption, spiritual faith ceases to exist. Even self-improvement is apparently impossible since all the laws and institutions allegedly only create more racism.

CRT even undercuts civil rights, which has long found a home in American churches. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., for example, was a faith leader. But the church, in the eyes of CRT proponents, simply perpetuates white supremacy:

CRT’s undercutting of faith and the King legacy shouldn’t be surprising, since the founders of CRT were atheists invested in tearing down our society. What is shocking, however, is that the movement has found so much acceptance in the churches that are ultimately the targets for repudiation and ultimate destruction.

“That is why people of faith need to recognize that the Critical Race Theory movement is an existential threat to our nation’s founding principles and must be stopped,” Donna concludes.

Click here to read all of Donna’s commentary – “Critical Race Theory Undermines Religious Faith” – at the InsideSources website.

InsideSources syndicates to almost 300 newspapers nationwide with a readership of over 25 million people.

Author: David Almasi

Webinar on Black-Jewish-Conservative Relations: You’re Invited

Webinar on Black-Jewish-Conservative Relations: You’re Invited

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Project 21 is co-sponsoring a webinar this Sunday evening to discuss the relationship between black Americans, people of the Jewish faith and conservatives.

“Blacks, Jews & Conservatives: The New American Revivalists” is scheduled for November 7 at 6:00pm Eastern. Registration is available at https://tinyurl.com/TheRevivalists.

“I strongly believe the overlapping values concerning religion, family and education that have been traditionally held by both the black and Jewish communities needs to revived, honored and celebrated,” said Project 21 member and webinar moderator Marie Fischer, who also chairs the Maryland Republican Jewish Council. “This could be the crux of bringing America back to a standard that benefits reinforcing the institutions – especially those of the family and education – that keep a society from coming undone.”

The webinar will also feature David Almasi of Project 21, Reverend Dean Nelson of the Frederick Douglass Foundation, Rabbi Yaakov Menken of the Coalition for Jewish Values, Liz Slotin Brauser of the Alliance of Blacks & Jews, Joshua Washington of the Institute for Black Solidarity with Israel and Terris Todd and Joel Griffith of The Heritage Foundation.

Nicole Bennett

“This webinar is designed to start a meaningful conversation about the historical coalition between the African-American and Jewish communities,” said Project 21 member and webinar moderator Nicole Bennett, who also chairs the Maryland Black Republican Council. “The alliance, born of necessity and a shared history of dehumanizing violence and enslavement, has been eroding over the last two decades. It is time to remember who our allies are. This webinar seeks to address our common ground and build more consensus.”

Click here to register.

Author: David Almasi

Deroy Murdock: Democratic Dirty Tricks Fail to Conceal Youngkin’s Strong Black Support

Deroy Murdock: Democratic Dirty Tricks Fail to Conceal Youngkin’s Strong Black Support

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By Deroy Murdock | BCN

Once again, the Democratic Left has confirmed its true evil, and in typical fashion. Locked in a close race for their political lives, they do what they always do: Play the race card.

Democrat Terry McAuliffe faces an 8-point deficit against surging GOP newcomer Glenn Youngkin in their contest for Virginia’s governorship, which McAuliffe previously occupied. Regardless, a Wednesday Fox News survey of 1,105 likely voters found McAuliffe trailing Youngkin 45 percent to 53 percent.

On cue, four men and one woman stood beside Youngkin’s campaign tour bus Friday in Charlottesville. Their attire: khakis, white shirts, and baseball caps. And each held a tiki torch. This was exactly how white nationalists appeared as they marched through Charlottesville on August 12, 2017. The next day’s Unite the Right rally devolved into a deadly race riot.

“We’re all in with Glenn,” the young bigots said, as NBC affiliate WVIR’s Elizabeth Holmes reported via Twitter.

Team McAuliffe leapt on this news.

“This is disgusting and disqualifying,” McAuliffe campaign communications staffer Jen Goodman declared via Twitter, thus disseminating this story.

Self-described “Terry for Virginia spokesperson” Christina Freundlich heaped scorn, too. “The Unite the Right rally was one of the darkest days in the Commonwealth’s history. this [sic] is who Glenn Youngkin’s supporters are,” she announced Friday via Twitter.

At last! This proved that Glenn Youngkin was not just the successful co-CEO of the Carlyle Group financial house, making his first run for office — and doing remarkably well. No, Youngkin finally was exposed as a white supremist, and a menacingly smooth, suave, and polished one at that — the most dangerous kind.

Except that this was a gigantic lie.

The five tiki-wielders perpetrated a classic false-flag operation. They pretended to be Youngkin supporters but were Youngkin opponents. 


The “pro-Youngkin white nationalists” were deployed by the Lincoln Project, a lavishly funded group of Left-wing Trump haters. “Today’s demonstration was our way of reminding Virginians what happened in Charlottesville four years ago, the Republican Party’s embrace of those values, and Glenn Youngkin’s failure to condemn it,” the Lincoln Project stated late Friday.

This outfit spent $46,979,361 to fight the Right in 2020, according to OpenSecrets.org. The “liberal super PAC,” as the watchdog website describes it, spent $5,462,747 (11.6 percent) to help Democrats and $41,391,698 (88.1 percent) to hurt Republicans.

The Lincoln Project tumbled into severe disrepute in January when 21 young men accused one of its founders, John Weaver, of sexual harassment. In some cases, he allegedly promised to exchange job offers for intimate favors. In a world-class case of bait and switch, the former seldom followed the latter. Even worse, at least one man was a boy, under age 18. Friday’s revolting, race-hustling character-assassination attempt was this discredited group’s failed bid to regain respect.

One Tikigate participant is Camden Layton, finance director with the Young Democrats of Virginia. His Twitter profile, suddenly turned private as this scandal erupted, called him “Camden ‘vote for Dems on Nov 2’ Layton.”

As Outkick’s Alejandro Avila reported, the sole female tiki bearer is named Colleen Wachenfeld. On Twitter she tags herself as “@VADemocrats” and links herself to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Wachenfeld also boasts that she helped turn Arizona Democratic in 2020.

Human Events’ Jack Posobiec crisply encapsulated this ugliness. “To be clear: Virginia Democrat operatives dressed up as Neo-Nazis holding tiki-torches today to smear their opponent and attempted to pass it off as actually happening.”

Glenn Greenwald observed: “The McAuliffe campaign ‘condemned the stunt’ after they spent all day pushing it as proof of Youngkin’s racist ties.”

Such vile ethnic appeals are the Left’s kneejerk reflex, especially when cornered.

Recall how an NAACP TV ad tried to connect George W. Bush with the lynching of a black man named James Byrd, whom bigots in Jasper, Texas, chained to a truck and dragged to death in 1998. As the Lone Star State’s governor, Bush presided over the executions of two of Byrd’s three murderers. He also addressed the NAACP while running for president in 2000. Nonetheless, the Left-wing group’s campaign spot all but placed Bush behind the wheel of that killer pickup.

In 2012, then-Vice President Joe Biden warned black voters, in Virginia no less, that Republican Mitt Romney was “going to put y’all back in chains.”

Just this year, hyperventilating Democrats have denounced GOP election-integrity efforts in Georgia and other states as segregationist. House Democrat Whip James Clyburn (D – South Carolina) calls Republican efforts to fight vote fraud “a new Jim Crow.”

The mild-mannered, disciplined Youngkin terrifies Democrats and their allies in the regime media. Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist Jeff Schapiro on Wednesday snarled that “Youngkin’s weapon” is “an appeal to white fears.”


Fourteen percent of black likely voters supported Youngkin in Thursday’s Fox survey. This is not a barn-burning result, but above average for GOP candidates.

Far more worrisome for the Left, 24 percent of blacks backed Youngkin in an October 22-23 Emerson College survey of 875 likely voters (error margin: +/- 3.2 percent). Such black backing for a Republican contender is almost unprecedented. McAuliffe and Youngkin split Hispanics in the Emerson poll, 48 percent to 47 percent.

The Hampton Roads Black Caucus endorsed Youngkin, the first GOP candidate so blessed since its 2012 launch. 

This organization recommends Youngkin as the best candidate to secure its objectives: black entrepreneurship, educational advancement, and economic development.

“I am incredibly humbled and honored to have the support of the Hampton Roads Black Caucus and look forward to working closely with them and all Black Virginians to implement my Day One Game Plan to make Virginia the best place to live, work, and raise a family,” Youngkin said. “Terry McAuliffe has hurt Black Virginians by turning his back on our schools and children, making our communities less safe, and causing the cost of living to explode.”

Youngkin won this black support the old-fashioned way: He earned it.

“Youngkin has prioritized outreach to the Black community,” his campaign website explains. Specifically, he:

  • Met with the Virginia Beach Minority Business Council

  • Huddled with the Coalition of 100 Black Women of Virginia

  • Joined 100-plus black pastors and community leaders in a program called “Faith & Facts”

  • Taught a business class at historically black Virginia State University

  • Toured non-profit community housing in southside Richmond

Youngkin also is running on school choice. He wants to offer parents — black and otherwise — abundant options beyond the no-can-do, race-obsessed, government-school system. Youngkin’s plan includes “increasing school choice by creating at least 20 new Innovation Charter Schools across the K-12 Spectrum.”

In contrast, Governor McAuliffe vetoed school choice — thrice. He is enslaved by the teachers’ unions and will do as instructed. If, consequently, black kids learn nothing, well that’s their problem.

Letting a poised, popular, self-financed Republican beat the bagman for the Clinton crime family just cannot happen. So, out came the Democratic race card, like clockwork.


Author: Frances Rice

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