‘Gutfeld!’ reacts to Nick Sandmann’s latest settlement win

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Published on December 21, 2021

‘Gutfeld!’ panel discusses the former Covington Catholic High School student’s defamation case against NBC #FoxNews #Gutfeld

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13 comments

  • Bridget Smyth 2 years ago

    Respect him and his family’s privacy broadcasting his settlement might put the family in danger.

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  • Sharon Ballinger 2 years ago

    Lol

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  • Bud Elkins 2 years ago

    There’s a song from the 70s that is very applicable here and should be made into a meme. The group is America the song is, I understand you’ve been running from the man that goes by the name of the Sandman. I could see this as a meme.

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  • Ralph Rice 2 years ago

    The reason they maligned Sandman is because he’s white. The media is racist.

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  • Esma Waldron 2 years ago

    He could say he has booked a trip to outer space for his whole family

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  • Arthur R saker 2 years ago

    Disclose and rub their noses in their mess; they deserve it.
    When their cold-hearted dishonesty demonises an individual or a group that dishonesty deserves full exposure, as do the consequences.
    Is it the case that the guilty do not want the public to know how lightly they have got away with being punished?
    Do they fear that public knowledge of inadequate punishment could trigger demand for tougher laws and tougher consequences for breaking them?
    Justice must be seen to be done or many will believe there is no justice.

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  • John Gori 2 years ago

    The confidentiality argument is stupid. It is really just about avoiding public embarrassment. Plus the larger the amount the more people believe that the defendant (network in this case) was guilty (and the degree of guilt).

    Does anybody really believe that people don’t gossip? The actual amount is known by quite a number of people: Attorneys on both sides, legal secretaries drafting agreements, people at the network who had to approve the payment, finance people handling the money transfer, secretaries and others that overheard bosses discuss it, wives & girlfriends, professional social circles, etc. No one is going to go on record, nor likely even mention a specific amount over drinks. But there will be enough quiet leaks and clues about whether it was a $100k-ish nuisance settlement or millions or tens of millions to make the “confidentiality” a joke. In a matter of weeks a rough amount will be known to quite a few people who weren’t supposed to know, and within months it will be fairly widely known among attorneys in related practices and among media execs. Then throw in that he has suits against many networks which incentivizes the attorneys & executives of each network still outstanding to try and find out roughly how much each preceding network settled for so they can decide how much to offer.

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  • Richard Buffoni 2 years ago

    Greg that injun is on peyote for sure !!

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  • jody fresnack 2 years ago

    I would not call $52 million nuisance money

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  • RedneckHippy87 2 years ago

    Yessss now time for Kyle to get his share !!

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  • L Doe 2 years ago

    Joe is hysterical. I want to see a spoof on him. What a character!

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  • MASTER-OF- EVIL 2 years ago

    This boy will never have to work another day in his life

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  • Doots Cat 2 years ago

    Update: Sandmann basically lost all of his lawsuits. The so called settlements were probably nuisance fees which were cheaper than paying lawyers.

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