The Left is even meaner and more unhinged than we ever imagined.

Yesterday, while a group of Covington High School boys, who participated in the March For Life in D.C., waited for their bus to pick them up and take them home, they were approached by four men in the hate group, the “New Israelites.” The New Israelites, are a group of black hate, street preachers, who spew hateful rhetoric, mostly about gays. In their description of the events that unfolded on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial yesterday, media outlets like CNN described the hate group, the “New Israelites” as a group of four black Christian men who were attacked by the MAGA hat wearing boys.

At the start of the video, one of the members of the hate group can be seen standing a short distance from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, yelling at the group of MAGA hat wearing boys, saying, “See how much they respect you Israel?”

Just as the New Israelite member is speaking, a group of Native Americans walks by him beating their drums, heading towards the group of boys standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. The Black Israelite member, who appears to be agitating for a fight, comments to the Native Americans as they walked towards the group of boys,  “Look at them all, wearing them Make America Great Again hats! Look at their hats. Look at ’em!”

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Nathaniel Phillips, who appears to be leading the group, can be seen heading towards the boys, as he beats his drum. As he gets closer, the boys notice him and begin to chant along.

The Black Israelite member tells the boys, “He came to the rescue, our elder, right there. Look at him.” He then warns the group of Catholic boys, “Y’all better not touch him!”

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Some of the boys begin jumping up and down and appear to be joining him. The boys don’t seem to understand what is going on. Anyone watching can see that this group of older Native Americans was looking to pick a fight with these young boys. Was it their hats that caused the group to approach them? It’s hard to say, but it sure looks like that may have been the case.

One Twitter user apologized for believing the original story, about the how it was the boys fault, after seeing how the young boy was just standing there when Phillips approached him and began banging the drum in his face.

Meanwhile, after what happened on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial was completely misconstrued on social media and by the leftist media, the boys were unfairly targeted and attacked. The left and the leftist media immediately accused the boys of chanting “Build the Wall” in the face of this “poor Native American” man (who clearly began the confrontation when he walked into the group of young MAGA hat wearing boys on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial). They didn’t just falsely accuse them, they treated it like a blood sport, begging for people on social media to dox (reveal the identity, including where they go to school and their home addresses) the boys. It wasn’t long before they discovered the boys were from Covington Catholic High School in Kentucky. After photos of each boy were pasted together, Twitter users began to share their images around, as a way to identify each individual boy.

By mid-afternoon today, the blood-thirsty left had the hashtag #ExposeChristianSchools trending near the top of Twitter:

Fox News’s Dan Bongino called out the left for their “disgusting hashtag, calling it the most disgusting, disgraceful, horrifying, anti-America hashtag campaigns I’ve seen on this platform, #ExposeChristianSchools is the most egregious.” He continued, “Anyone promoting this atrocious garbage should hang their heads in eternal shame.”

According to MNBC – A Catholic archdiocese outside Cincinnati is investigating the actions of some of its high school students during the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington Friday.

Some students wearing Make America Great Again hats and clothing appeared to surround and may have taunted a Native American troupe as it performed the “American Indian Movement” song about strength and courage.

This video clearly shows Nathaniel Phillips coming up from behind the group of boys:

It’s not clear which of those young people surrounding the Native Americans are students of Covington Catholic High School in Covington, Kentucky. There appears to have been jeering by another group of people preceding the incident caught on video.

Here’s a video of the Black Israelites telling one of the black students who is with the group of mostly white boys, “When you get older, they’re gonna steal your organs.”

Clara Jeffery, the editor-in-chief of Mother Jones tweeted a disgustingly one-sided article that was published about the incident by the far-left Detroit Free Press. In her tweet, Jeffery claims the kids were “taunting a group of Black protesters and Phillips; the Native elder stood between them.” Uhhh….that’s not what the video evidence shows.

The “few blacks” that Jeffrey’s refers to are the four members of Black Israelites who even the far-left  Southern Poverty Law Center identifies as a hate group. The image and copy below, are from their website, where they warn that the Black Israelites are “becoming more militant.”

Black-clad security guards and Hebrew Israelite priests stand outside the Baltimore chapter of the Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ. The black supremacist group is obsessed with security and the evils of white people.

Tim Pool reveals yet another FAKE NEWS story by CNN who claims the hate group Black Israelites were “just black activists preaching about the bible.”

At around the 5:00 minute mark, the Black Israelites start ranting about their hate for gays. About 25 seconds later, they tell the boys to look on YouTube to see proof that President Trump is gay.

Meanwhile, MSNBC News reports, that the Diocese of Covington criticized any students who participated in the action, which broke out as a group from the school was in Washington for the anti-abortion event March for Life.


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