Liberal Media Outlet Deadspin is about to be Sued into Oblivion for Defaming Child

Well, this should end well for another media company. An outfit called Deadspin, which apparently covers sports, has smeared a young child for wearing face paint and an Indian headdress to a Kansas City Chiefs game over the weekend. The boy painted half his face black, and the other half red, to show some team spirit at the game.

During the game, CBS put the child on screen several times dressed up in his Chiefs costume. This caused the woke gender-fluid weirdoes at Deadspin to go into a tailspin. They ran an article that went viral calling the boy a racist who had figured out a way to hate black people and Native Americans at the same time.

 

That’s going to be a problem for Deadspin—hopefully in court—since it turns out that the boy is a member of the Chumash Indian tribe. It’s also absurd because let’s face it, this is a child dressed in a costume that we’re talking about. Not that it matters. Even if he had been an adult, it was a football game. People have been wearing face paint to games for decades.

It is a good reminder however, that the insane people running the Democrat Party will try to destroy your life no matter what your age or how innocent you are, if you should happen to cross their new liberal orthodoxies. Here’s Mark Dice bringing the bad news to Deadspin that they’re probably going to get sued for a lot of money and lose…


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