A Burning Wood is Come to Dunce Inane!

Lin Wood, Esq., has announced that he will be suing the pernicious old poseur Nathan Phillips for defamation of Nick Sandman!

Youll recall that I wasn’t sanguine about the prospect of hauling every ignorant twit who twitted about this  into vourt in one trial in Kentucky.  The Article on Am Thinker today  indicates Wood’s  intention to comply with laws of the various jurisdictions involved.  There may be multiple suits.   Prosper them all, or one and all!  But today I’m just talkin’ Phillips.

Will Phillips have a Johnnie Cochran to ride  to the rescue if there is a big judgment against him?  (You’ll recall that Cochran, OJ’s defense attorney, paid off the  slander  judgment against Al Sharpton who had accused  the ADA in New York of raping Tawana Brawley.)   It really doesn’t matter; there’s no indication that Phillips has any assets….. oh but maybe he’d like to write a book about “what-if ” the Covington boys had  been the aggressors, as he falsely claimed?  Maybe ElizabetbWarren could pay it off to protect his royalties.  And then maybe the Cherokee tribe would  “forgive”  her.   (Although I really don’t see how proudly claiming affinity with a racial group can be construed as an insult to that group, even when it insults the intelligence of the rest of us.)

Maybe, when Phillips takes the witness stand, he’ll only be sworn  to tell “his” truth, like Dr. C.  Blah-Blah Ford?

I wish all the other twits ill, but it all flows from  Chief Nattering Nate. .  If he had told the  truth about the encounter from the beginning , a lot o the other  prospective defendants probably  wouldn’t be in legal jeopardy today.

Godspeed Lin Wood!  We’re counting on you to scorch  this  inane idiot and salt the soil where his lies  rooted.

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  1. It would be interesting to have Phillips in the same suit as media defendants.

    Phillips’s attorney would argue that Phillips is so patently insane that no reasonable person would believe him.

    The media defendants would argue that they found Phillips so believable that they didn’t check anything he said.

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