Nick Sandmann Lands First Paid Job In Politics Working For Mitch McConnell’s Campaign

Nick Sandmann just landed his first paid job in politics after his rousing speech at the Republican National Convention.

Sandmann went viral a few years ago and has successfully sued a few media outlets for their disastrous coverage of what happened in DC that day.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made the smart hire. Sandmann will be a grassroots director for Mitch’s re-election campaign.

From The New York Post:

Nick Sandmann landed a paid position as grassroots director for McConnell’s reelection effort in Kentucky, the senator’s campaign said Friday.

Sandmann started his new role this month, and McConnell campaign manager Kevin Golden said they’re “excited” to have him on board.

As grassroots director, Sandmann will assist in developing field operations and building coalitions.

“Along with our already strong team, his efforts to bring people together all across Kentucky will be critical to Senator McConnell’s victory this November,” Golden said in a statement.

Sandmann, a Transylvania University student, tweeted Thursday: “finally got to add more to my bio than just my schools.”

McConnell, the top congressional ally to President Donald Trump, is seeking a seventh term. His Democratic challenger is Amy McGrath, a retired Marine combat pilot who has raised huge amounts of campaign cash but faces an uphill fight against McConnell in conservative-leaning Kentucky.

Sandmann was in the national spotlight again at this week’s Republican National Convention.

He gave a speech accusing news outlets of being driven by “anti-Christian, anti-conservative, anti-Donald Trump” bias in reporting on his encounter at the Lincoln Memorial.

Sandmann was among students from a northern Kentucky high school who participated in an anti-abortion march in Washington in early 2019.