In case you missed it, a group of high school students from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky was recently targeted during the "March for Life" in Washington, D.C., by a "Native American" named Nathan Phillips, who approached them and tried to intimidate them by beating some sort of Indian drum in their faces. One of the boys responded to this noise assault by simply staring at Phillips, with obvious fear and confusion in his eyes – and for doing this, the lying mainstream media falsely accused the boy of being a "racist."
This fake news prompted a barrage of ignorant celebrities, media pundits, and other far-left lunatics to call for violence against the boy and his classmates, which in turn resulted in Covington having to close its doors for the day in order to protect these students and their parents against being harmed or even murdered by the hate-filled Leftist mobs hellbent on destruction – an ironic twist, considering this same Left Cult is constantly whining about student safety as they push for more gun control.
Not only is this fake news narrative being driven by the anti-white racism of today's Leftists, but it also stems from the fake news myth that the Catholic schoolboys harassed Phillips – when it was actually the other way around. Not only that, but claims that Phillips is just some innocent war veteran are also fake news, as it's now been revealed that he's actually a known Leftist agitator who's directly connected to far-left groups with some very deep pockets.
"Phillips is not simply a random Native man who was accosted by 'racist' MAGA-hat wearing teens, as the mainstream press has reported," reveals BigLeaguePolitics. "He is connected to leftist activists who donate large sums to leftist causes."
Another fake news lie being spread by the mainstream media is that Phillips served in Vietnam, which is also a lie. The Washington Post, one of the fake news outlets that reported this lie, has since issued a retraction – among many others in recent days – explaining that the dinosaur paper utterly failed to properly fact check amid its fervor to fuel anti-white racism among its readers.
"Correction: Earlier versions of this story incorrectly said that Native American activist Nathan Phillips fought in the Vietnam War. Phillips served in the U.S. Marines from 1972 to 1976 but was never deployed to Vietnam," the Post published quietly, exposing Phillips as a non-hero.
As it turns out, Phillips is a known liar who, on several previous occasions, falsely claimed to be a Vietnam veteran. He actually raised some $6,000 in funding back in 2012 for a documentary about his life that made this false claim – and presumably many others as well.
The actual video footage from this most recent incident involving Phillips speaks for itself, showing that he was the aggressor against the Covington students – as were the rabid "black Hebrews" who were caught flinging anti-white racial slurs at the boys, another fact that the fake news media is ignoring.
The whole thing is just another lame attempt by the fake news brigade to brainwash the dumbest Americans into believing that Trump supporters are "racist" against Natives, blacks, and other groups – a divide-and-conquer strategy that's long been used by Marxists to overthrow a nation and genocide an entire people group, in this case whites. Don't fall for it.
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