‘I’m sorry but what the hell’
Nick Sandmann, the Covington High School graduate famed for his altercation with an activist that sparked mass defamation lawsuits, challenged his former lawyer, L. Lin Wood for claiming Vice President Mike Pence could face arrest and even execution for treason.
Sandmann wrote on Twitter, sharing Wood’s message:
“I’m sorry but what the hell.”
I’m sorry but what the hell https://t.co/oDBEmA8pwX
— Nicholas Sandmann (@N1ckSandmann) January 1, 2021
“If Pence is arrested, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will save the election,” Wood wrote.
“Pence will be in jail awaiting trial for treason.”
“He will face execution by firing squad”
“He is a coward and will sing like a bird and confess ALL.”
Sandmann was represented by Wood for his legal case against the Washington Post for smearing him as a racist for his confrontation with a Native American activist on the National Mall in 2019.
CNN and the Washington Post settled the suits out of court.
Sandman faced a backlash from Wood’s supporters for criticizing him, to which he replied:
“Your definition of loyalty is equivalent to being blackmailed to support something that I disagree with.”
“True loyalty involves criticism when necessary.”
Your definition of loyalty is equivalent to being blackmailed to support something that I disagree with.
True loyalty involves criticism when necessary. https://t.co/fFqkhffWNW
— Nicholas Sandmann (@N1ckSandmann) January 2, 2021
Last month, Wood has slammed U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts, blasting the top judge as “corrupt.”
Wood accused Roberts of having ties to deceased billionaire child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
In a post on Twitter, Lin declared that this “may be the most important tweet of my life.”
This may be most important tweet of my life.
Chief Justice John Roberts is corrupt & should resign immediately. Justice Stephen Breyer should also resign immediately.
They are “anti-Trumpers” dedicated to preventing public from knowing TRUTH of @realDonaldTrump re-election.
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) December 17, 2020