Speech by Sandmann at RNC Highlights Trump's Commitment to Freedom of Speech and the Fight Against Cancel Culture

During the Night 2 of the Republican National Convention, one of the most poignant speeches came from Nick Sandmann.  Sandmann was attacked by the mainstream media in 2019 for an encounter he had with a Native American elder when he attended the March for Life while wearing a Make American Great Again Hat.  As a result of the media's attacks, Sandmann filed a defamation suit against the Washington Post, CNN, ABC, CBS, The Guardian, The Hill, and NBC.  Settlements have been reached with CNN and the Washington Post.

It may seem shocking that the mainstream media would target a high school student.  While the Left and its allies in the media are all about exercising one's freedom of speech in the public square, the buck stops when it involves a viewpoint that they are not fond of.

And it seems as though the mainstream media still has not learned their lesson from the 2019 incident.  Attacks against Sandmann were revived on Tuesday night after he gave his remarks:

Sandmann's inclusion in the Convention highlights President Trump's vigorous support of freedom of speech and his willingness to fight back against "cancel culture."

Other speakers from the Night 2 of the Republican National Convention included First Lady Melania Trump, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, Lawyers for Trump Advisory Board Member and former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi:

Perhaps the most inspiring parts of the night featured an unexpected pardon by the President and a naturalization ceremony:

The full lineup of speakers for the Night 3 of the RNC Convention, "Land of Heroes," can be found here.