What do these people and companies have in common?

  1. The Washington Post
  2. The New York Times
  3. Cable News Network, Inc. (CNN)
  4. The Guardian
  5. National Public Radio
  6. TMZ
  7. Atlantic Media Inc.
  8. Capitol Hill Publishing Corp.
  9. Diocese of Covington
  10. Diocese of Lexington
  11. Archdiocese of Louisville
  12. Diocese of Baltimore
  13. Ana Cabrera (CNN)
  14. Sara Sidner (CNN)
  15. Erin Burnett (CNN)
  16. S.E. Cupp (CNN)
  17. Elliot C. McLaughlin (CNN)
  18. Amanda Watts (CNN)
  19. Emanuella Grinberg (CNN)
  20. Michelle Boorstein (Washington Post)
  21. Cleve R. Wootson Jr. (Washington Post)
  22. Antonio Olivo (Washington Post)
  23. Joe Heim (Washington Post)
  24. Michael E. Miller (Washington Post)
  25. Eli Rosenberg (Washington Post)
  26. Isaac Stanley-Becker (Washington Post)
  27. Kristine Phillips (Washington Post)
  28. Sarah Mervosh (New York Times)
  29. Emily S. Rueb (New York Times)
  30. Maggie Haberman (New York Times)
  31. David Brooks (New York Times)
  32. Shannon Doyne
  33. Kurt Eichenwald
  34. Andrea Mitchell (NBC/MSNBC)
  35. Savannah Guthrie (NBC)
  36. Joy Reid (MSNBC)
  37. Chuck Todd (NBC)
  38. Noah Berlatsky
  39. Elisha Fieldstadt (NBC)
  40. Eun Kyung Kim
  41. HBO
  42. Bill Maher
  43. Warner Media
  44. Conde Nast
  45. GQ
  46. Heavy.com
  47. The Hill
  48. The Atlantic
  49. Bustle.com
  50. Ilhan Omar
  51. Elizabeth Warren
  52. Kathy Griffin
  53. Alyssa Milano
  54. Jim Carrey

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21 Comments on What do these people and companies have in common?

  1. By noon, they will all be victims of Teenage Hitler’s witch hunt. But the media will be very careful how they phrase that smear.

    And Jim Carey lolol…did he draw another one of his precious cartoons?

  2. OT.

    Jill Abramson.
    WTF is that thing?
    Just listened to her on NBC, the most exrutiating nasally aaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhsss and NNnnnnnnnnnnsssss ever heard.

    Daaaaaarhhhhhhllllllllings. . .



  3. The letter is even better when you insert some of your favorite Lefty journo names in there. “Dear Ms. Reid,” for example, or “Dear Mr. Brooks,”.

    Very satisfying. Finally a law firm that is not Judicial Watch, suing an entity who is not on an Oversight Committee, for real money, not a FOIA document.

  4. @Abigail, Parties were warned that they had a 24 hour grace period to remove and retract to avoid being on the list. So I assume those missing from the list did just that.

  5. If each of the 54 are assessed $10,000 they could send Nick Sandmann to Berkeley for 4 years to be re-educated by the finest Communists and Socialists the US offers.

  6. We are going to need a bigger list. That anti-New England Patriots screed from the Daily Beast that was linked on this website last night again smeared the Covington High students.

  7. I just hope the same thing that happened to George Zimmerman doesn’t happen here. Zimmerman tried to sue some media for libel/slander/defamation (I don’t remember the exact details) but his case was thrown out because, according to the judge, he was a public figure and public figures are exempt from whatever laws should have applied. Never mind that it was the evil, misleading, fake news reporting of very media he was trying to sue that made him a public figure…

    God to I hate the American Bar Association. Nothing but the biggest organized crime racket in the history of the world.

  8. I think there’s maybe a separate suit against Chief Onetooth. They don’t all have to be on one particular list.

    Thirdtwin- Yeah, he did a finger painting and called the kid a ‘snake baby’ or something. I hope he sold it. He’ll need the cash. LOL.

  9. @Cato — The payout will be a lot bigger. $10K per will not cover the costs of attys, even if they are providing pro bono services. I think the attys working for the plaintiffs will make their demands high enough to send a strong signal that this will end.


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