One year ago, Nick Sandmann was thrust into the public eye by a pack of far-left activist hyenas posing as journalists for the crime of wearing a MAGA hat and marching for life with his Covington Catholic classmates.

This year, fresh on the heels of settling with CNN in a $275 million bullying lawsuit, the brave Catholic student who stood toe-to-toe with the cowardly, fake Vietnam war vet, Nathan Phillips, was back in D.C. where he joined tens of thousands of students to show their support for the lives of the unborn.

Sandmann posted a tweet, showing himself with a friend at the pro-life event, saying “I will never pass on an opportunity to March for Life!”

On January 18, 2019, Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann tweeted out a statement about the one year anniversary of the moment Nathan Phillips confronted him at the March for Live in Washington D.C.

Exactly one year ago today, Nathan Phillips approached after the March For Life in Washington, D.C.

Today I stood in the exact same spot I had a year ago and did my first fair interview compared to the setup @ NBC.

I won’t ever be bullied or surrender. Thanks for all your support

In February 2019, Covington Student Nick Sandmann’s family hired famed lawyer L. Lin Wood to take on the media and individuals who slandered the 16-year-old Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann, after a video showing fake Vietnam war veteran Nathan Phillips banging a drum in his face in Washington D.C. went viral.

Sandmann’s attorney Lin Wood, put this video together so the whole world could see the truth about what actually happened, as opposed to the lying leftist media’s version:

Watch what happens when fake Vietnam war veteran Nathan Phillips, who almost successfully destroyed the life of an innocent teenager with his lies and aggressive far-left activism, is confronted by InfoWars journalist Kaitlin Bennett at a far-left rally in Detroit, MI:

After almost one year, the now 17-year-old Nick Sandmann and his family will receive some compensation for having their lives turned upside down by a hateful, bullying media.

From the Washingon Times – The teen’s family filed lawsuits against CNN, NBCUniversal and the Washington Post over-reporting on the January 2019 incident in which Nicholas was filmed standing face-to-face with Omaha elder Nathan Phillips as he played a drum on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

Attorneys for the Sandmann family accused the network of “bullying” the Covington Catholic High School student, who wore a red Make America Great Again ball cap, to push a political agenda, which CNN has denied.

“Contrary to its ‘Facts First’ public relations ploy, CNN ignored the facts and put its anti-Trump agenda first in waging a 7-day media campaign of false, vicious attacks against Nicholas, a young boy who was guilty of little more than wearing a souvenir Make America Great Again cap,” said the 58-page lawsuit filed in May.

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