A business owner in Pennsylvania is being targeted by the left because he dared to attend President Trump’s January 6 speech at the Ellipse in DC.
Jim Worthington attended Trump’s speech and left the rally as soon as it was over to get something to eat and headed back home.
Worthington didn’t go near the Capitol dome but Moveon.org is working to cancel his sponsors.
Jim Worthington appeared on WJAS this week and told host Rose Unplugged that he filed a lawsuit against Moveon.org for defamation.
“Owner of Newtown Athletic Club, Jim Worthington left the January 6th rally as soon as it was over, grabbed something to eat and headed back home. Yet an online petition is asking those businesses that have been his sponsors to cut ties with him. – suggesting – falsely that he was part of what ensued at the Capitol that day,” Rose Unplugged said.
This is now the center of an antidefamation lawsuit filed by Jim.
“The lawsuit filed Friday in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas argues Moveon.org and Bucks resident Greg Bullough are responsible for “false, malicious and defamatory” accusations intended to harm Worthington and his business, according to a news release about the lawsuit.” – The Courier Times reported.
Worthington breaks down the events of that day with Rose Unplugged on WJAS 1320 AM:
Check out Rose Unplugged on WJAS 1320 AM – The Talk of Pittsburgh 1320 AM
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