After days of reviewing videotapes, most of America concluded that the Covington Catholic High School, MAGA hat wearing kids, who were attempting to leave the March for Life in D.C., were victims of the “Black Hebrew Israelites” and Native American, Nathan Phillips.

After multiple false stories emerged about the teenage boys surrounding and confronting Phillips and his native American friends during their Indigenous Peoples March, new videos emerged, showing a much different story. The video below shows the point where Phillips zeroed in on his MAGA hat wearing target, a 16-year-old Covington Catholic student, Nick Sandmann. Once Phillips got close enough, he began chanting loudly and beating his drum within inches of Sandmann’s face. The courageous 16-year-old stood there, allowing himself to be humiliated in front of his friends, while Phillips continued.

In an interview with Today Show host Savannah Guthrie, the 16-year-old Sandmann revealed that he was only trying to be “respectful” of “Mr. Phillips” by standing still and that he was hoping if he didn’t react, that the situation would begin to deescalate.

Watch Phillips set his sights on Sandmann and begin to intimidate him:


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Later that night, the leftist activist, Nathan Phillips and his group of Indigenous Peoples were locked out the D.C. Catholic Basilica by security after attempting to force their way into the evening mass while banging their drums and chanting. In addition to lying about his service in Vietnam, Phillips also has a violent criminal record, that includes breaking out of jail. None of these facts are being talked about in the mainstream media.

NBC News is no exception.

The headline from their January 22, 2019 story reads:

Gay valedictorian banned from speaking at Covington graduation ‘not surprised’ by D.C. controversy

In their article, NBC News article immediately addresses the color of the “white” kids skin and points out that they are from a Catholic High School. It goes on to falsely accuse the boys of confronting Nathan Phillips and his group at their Indigenous Peoples March in DC.

NBC News – Video of white students from Covington Catholic High School confronting a Native American elder at the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington, D.C., last Friday went viral this past week. However, this is not the first time a school overseen by the Diocese of Covington in Kentucky has come under national media scrutiny.

The video below that went viral on January 20th, clearly shows Nathan Phillips approaching the boys from behind and busting into their inner circle. In the video, Phillips can be seen leading his adult group into the crowd of boys, who were chanting school spirit songs, after they were given permission by their chaperones, as a way to drown out the hateful rhetoric being spewed at them by the Black Hebrew Israelites.

Two days after this video went viral, NBC News was still pushing the false narrative that the Covington Catholic boys confronted Nathan Phillips and his group at their march.

Another thing NBC News appeared to get wrong is when they called the Covington kids “White,” when in fact, not every student who was part of the Covington group was White. In one of the videos, a young Black student can be seen being repeatedly being bullied by the racist “Black Hebrew Israelite” hate preachers, telling him that his White Covington friends were going to “steal his organs.”

Here’s a video of the Black Israelites telling one of the Black Covington Catholic students, who was with the group of mostly white boys, “When you get older, they’re gonna steal your organs.” You can see the young black student, wearing a blue Covington Catholic sweatshirt at the 19-second mark, pulling his hood up, as he appears to be very uncomfortable with the Black hate preachers dividing him from his friends by his the color of their skin. You can also hear his classmates telling him, “Hey, we love you, bro!”

The article goes on to say that this isn’t the first time the Diocese of Covington in Kentucky has come under national media scrutiny. The Diocese is NOT under “scrutiny.” The media falsely maligned the boys, and aside from the Diocese coming out with a statement that did not support the boys at first, they played no part in this nightmare.

The NBC article continues:

In May of last year, the Catholic diocese ruled just hours before Holy Cross High School’s graduation that the openly gay valedictorian and the student council president could not give their planned speeches at the Covington school’s official graduation ceremony.

For anyone who’s not paying attention, Holy Cross High School is NOT the same thing as Covington Catholic High School. No worries, NBC News

Bales said at the time that he was unsure whether his sexual orientation played a role in the Diocese of Covington’s decision to not permit him to speak at graduation. “I honestly have no idea, because what I’ve been taught about the Catholic faith is that it’s about love and tolerance and acceptance of all people,” he said.

Bales claims he’s unsure about whether or not his sexual orientation had anything to do with the Diocese refusing to permit him to speak at graduation. But that’s not what the NBC News headline would lead the reader to believe.

Gay valedictorian banned from speaking at Covington graduation ‘not surprised’ by D.C. controversy

If Bales is unsure about their decision, why would NBC use twist his comments to make it appear as though he was not surprised about the D.C. controversy? Are they trying to convince the reader that the Covington Catholic kids are just one part of a larger intolerant umbrella of Catholics?  And why do they refer to Bales as a gay valedictorian who was banned from speaking at a “Covington” graduation, leaving off the words “Diocese?” Why not say the word “Diocese” in their headline?

NBC News ends their article by attempting to add some balance to their very misleading article, saying that some viewers have claimed that the new videos vindicate the students, but then they follow it up with: “who surrounded and allegedly taunted a Native American man,” adding, “Bales maintained the students “were not blameless.”

And finally, in their last paragraph, NBC News points out the gay student who graduated from a completely different Catholic school is echoed by several American Indian Movement Chapters, who say the video didn’t’ change their minds.

Bales’ sentiment is echoed by the American Indian Movement Chapters of Indiana and Kentucky, which said in a Facebook post that the new video “does not absolve those boys of their behavior.”

It should be noted, that several times in the video, the Covington Catholic boys can be heard arguing with the Black Hebrew Israelites when the attempted to tell the boys that “fags” are bad or being “gay” is evil. The boys were quick and vocal to defend gays against the hate group, that somehow seems to be getting a total pass from the media.

Well done, NBC News…way to keep the lie alive.

On Monday, Covington Catholic High School was forced to close, over to serious threats against the school and against students, that included death threats. After watching the two-hour video that was revealed later in the day, most of America agreed that the Covington Catholic boys were the victims of racial hatred and political profiling and that the media and the leftist activists on social media got it wrong.

So, why would a mainstream media outlet like NBC News feel compelled to do another more hit piece on the kids? The Covington Catholic boys were merely victims of circumstance. They are a group of young, Catholic boys who could have been out partying with their buddies last weekend, like a lot of other high school kids, but instead, they chose to travel several hundred miles by bus to Washington D.C. and march in defense of the unborn.

The MAGA hats and the whole white, pro-life Catholic thing was too much for the bloodthirsty Left to bear.

Perhaps it’s time for Melania to step in and teach the media how to “Be Best.”



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