Vile Far Left Actor Michael Rapaport Is on List of Individuals Who May be Sued for Defamation by Covington School Children
Actor Michael Rapaport went off on a violent homophobic rant against the Covington High School Catholic children on Twitter on Saturday.
After three days the tweet is still live.
— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) January 19, 2019
Twitter found NO VIOLATION of policy with the far left comedian’s violent content against the young high school boys.
They endorsed it.
Via Mark Dice:
Twitter has officially endorsed Michael Rappaport's video attacking the Covington boys as "Catholic c*ck suckers" (the same term that got Roger Stone banned permanently after he called Don Lemon one. He posted this bragging about how they won't suspend him. #VerifiedBullies pic.twitter.com/J3dXFwqrmo
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) January 23, 2019
Rappaport’s vile tweet is still live.
Barstool Sports reported:
Michael Rapaport received quite the response after making this rambunctious video calling the Covington MAGA children numerous derogatory terms, including “C*cksuckers”. Now the Netflix actor may have to pay out of his own pocket for his actions.
NEWS – A team of very high profile lawyers are joining together to fight for justice for the Covington Catholic High School students who were ruthlessly attacked by the media following a school trip to DC for the March for Life. According to lawyer Robert Barnes, who is representing several of the families, the team will include at least five lawyers from five different law firms — all with a record of high profile civil cases. We cannot yet report the names of the lawyers who are joining forces — but we can assure you that you have heard of their cases. When asked about who exactly they are planning to sue out of the hundreds of celebrities and journalists who defamed these boys, Barnes confirmed that former CNN host Reza Aslan, actor Michael Rapaport and ABC News senior political analyst anchor Matthew Dowd are on the list, “for starters.”