CNN’s Joe Lockhart Trashes Nick Sandmann, Calls Him a “Snot Nosed Entitled Kid”

National   |   Kristine Marsh   |   Aug 26, 2020   |   2:55PM   |   Washington, DC

Looks like the sore losers at CNN are looking for reasons to get sued again. After former Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann roasted the media last night at the Republican Convention, CNN analyst Joe Lockhart couldn’t help himself and had to send out a bitter tweet attacking Sandmann.

As Sandmann was speaking Tuesday night the political analyst and former Clinton press secretary tweeted out his grouchy opinion that no one asked for:

“I’m watching tonight because it’s important. But I don’t have to watch this snot nose entitled kid from Kentucky.’

Did Lockhart forget that his network recently had to pay up after being sued by Sandmann for their defamatory coverage of him?

Conservatives on Twitter wasted no time dunking on the bitter CNN analyst:

The next morning, Lockhart tried to shame the right for laughing at him:

Sounds like Lockhart is feeling sorry for himself when he should be feeling sorry for Sandmann and all the other innocent people who’ve been victimized by the liberal media “war machine,” as Sandmann put it last night.

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For simply wearing a MAGA hat while a left-wing activist beat a drum in his face, Sandmann was smeared as a racist by CNN and many other media outlets in January of 2019.

As Sandmann said, “My life changed forever in that one moment. The full war machine of the mainstream media revved up into attack mode. They did so without ever researching the full video of the incident; without ever investigating Mr. Philips’ motives; or without ever asking me for my side of the story.”

Lockhart wasn’t the only CNNer complaining about Sandmann’s speech. CNN opinion writer Jeff Yang also tweeted out a whiny thread condemning Sandmann for not extending an olive branch to the professional protester Nathan Phillips who helped the media smear him.

Just a month ago, CNN host Brian Stelter got in trouble for sending out a gossipy retweet about the amount settled between his network and Sandmann.

LifeNews Note: Kristine Marsh is Staff Writer for MRC Culture at the Media Research Center where this originally appeared.