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01/25/2019 / By Ethan Huff
Now that there’s no denying that the Covington Catholic High School boys falsely accused of harassing and taunting a Native American elder during the “March for Life” event in Washington, D.C., were actually the victims of such from not only the elder in question but also a group of racist, anti-white black supremacists, many people are now asking themselves: Is there anything to be believed anymore from the mainstream media?
It was none other than fake news ringleader CNN that first concocted the fake news story, which served to drum up an incredible amount of hatred by the Left against innocent and underage schoolboys who happen to support President Trump, and who happen to be white. CNN is directly responsible, as is Twitter and many others, for spreading this fake news that led to threats of violence, including murder, against Nick Sandmann, the boy whom the mainstream media is describing as the “smirker,” as well as his friends and family.
Many Left Cultists were quick to condemn Sandmann and the other Covington boys when edited video portrayed them as the aggressors – chomping at the bit, seemingly, for an opportunity to spew the worst kind of hateful rhetoric against these white, Trump-supporting students. But then it was revealed that the whole thing was fake news, and that the Covington boys were actually the victims of anti-white taunting, harassment, and threats of violence by not only the Native American elder, Nathan Phillips, but also members of the racist black supremacist group “Black Hebrew Israelites.”
“In the midst of our cheers, we were approached by a group of adults led by Nathan Phillips, with Phillips beating his drum,” one Covington student recently wrote to a local news outlet, begging it to tell the true story of what actually happened that day. “They forced their way into the center of our group. We initially thought this was a cultural display since he was beating along to our cheers and so we clapped to the beat.”
“However, after multiple minutes of Mr. Phillips beating his drum directly in the face of my friend (mere centimeters from his nose), we became confused and started wondering what was happening,” the student added. “It was not until later that we discovered they would incriminate us as a publicity stunt … To reiterate, we did not partake in any physical or verbal abuse.”
Thus far, almost no fake news outlets have retracted the fake news story, nor apologized for it – though the Covington boys did receive a Twitter apology from Scott Adams, Chief Strategy Officer at WhenHub, who had previously called the boys “a**holes” after first reading CNN‘s fake news.
“Scott Adams apologizes for believing @CNN about the Covington Catholic Boys fake news. With coffee,” Adams tweeted, adding that, from his perspective, Phillips had intervened “in a way that was unnecessarily confrontational,” to quote Breitbart News.
The Covington boy who wrote a letter to local media pointed this out, as well as other pertinent details that CNN and various other fake news outlets deliberately withheld in order to paint the fake news narrative that the boys were somehow white racists who hate “Indigenous” people.
“After that initial occurrence, we were then verbally assaulted by four or five African-American men who called us ‘faggots’ and berated one of our African-American students for being friends with us,” the Covington boy added in his plea to the local news outlet. “The truth needs to come out. I pray that you read this.”
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