Lawyer Offers to Represent Catholic Teens for Free if They Sue NYT’s Maggie Haberman for Libel


The Catholic school teens who were falsely accused of harassing a native American veteran have been getting death threats and may also be suspended or expelled from school.

They were doxed, thanks to in part the NYT’s Maggie Haberman, fake news reporter extraordinaire. For that, she may have to pay through the nose, because Attorney Robert Barnes has offered to represent the kids for free if they will sue her. He said it would be an open and shut case. Haberman has increased her fake news volume ever since Trump was elected.

I don’t believe a word she writes. Not even “a” and “the”.

From The Gateway Pundit

While standing at the memorial a Native American activist, Nathan Phillips, approached the boys and started harassing them.

Phillips, reportedly a Vietnam veteran, got up in one boy’s face and started screaming and beating his drum inches from the boy’s face.

Phillips also has a history of setting up similar incidents.

According to one of the high school boys who was present, a group of black men were taunting the Trump supporters, calling them “shooters” and “crackers” and said the white kids “had everything given to them by their parents.”

According to a witness, it was at this point that a Native American man showed up “out of nowhere” and began drumming in the high school kid’s face.

“We weren’t even chanting at him, we were chanting at the African American guy, but obviously social media made us look bad to get views and stuff,” a witness said.

On Sunday morning esteemed attorney Robert Barnes volunteered to represent the pro-life children for free if they sue New York Times hack Maggie Haberman who slandered the children.

Let’s hope the kids take him up on it. Robert is selective about the people and incidents he will represent.

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