Former CNN Commentator Goes Into Panic Mode Deleting Tweets Because Of New Lawsuit 

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Former CNN Commentator Goes Into Panic Mode Deleting Tweets Because Of New Lawsuit.

It may not seem like it but the lies and propaganda coming from CNN is starting to catch up with them, especially for former CNN commentator Reza Aslan.

This week CNN settled a defamation lawsuit with Nick Sandmann which are notoriously hard to prove. Either Sandmann had an iron-clad case or CNN was petrified about what would come out in discovery.

Sandmann is also going after other media outlets to include the Washington Post for $250 million.

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None of this bodes well for middle-aged former CNN commentator Reza Aslan who one day after CNN’s settlement is now being sued by a

group of Covington High School students over one specific tweet he posted. His tweet was criticized by many on both sides of the political

fence over the fact that it incited violence and hinted that the Covington kids were harassing an elderly Native American – all of which was untrue.

Maybe out of coincidence or something Aslan deleted this tweet.

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Aslan Deleted These Tweets Because Of New Lawsuit

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So what was his excuse? The equivalent to his dog ate his homework.

Maybe his wife did make him delete the tweet after they got served with the lawsuit papers. She’s probably still mad at him for losing his “Believer” series on CNN because of the profane tweet he wrote about President Trump. 

But, Reza may catch a break because the attorney Robert Barnes representing other Convington kids is not working with Sandmann, which has turned into a spat between the two factions.

Barnes did respond:

Regardless of how this lawsuit turns out the media better be on guard, the lawyers smell blood in the water.

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