CYNICAL: Nathan Phillips Says Catholic Student ‘Stole My Narrative’
Native activist Nathan Phillips is pretty savvy about how media narratives work, and he is aware that the Covington Catholic high school students he confronted at the March for Life have turned around the national narrative about the tense encounter.
Phillips is lashing out at Nick Sandmann, the student whose face he got up in, banging on his drum.
Here is what Phillips told the Cincinnati Enquirer: “He (Sandmann) stole my narrative. From the time I hit that first beat of the drum until I hit the last beat, I was in prayer. Now all of a sudden, he’s the prayer guy and the passive one.”
Of course, Phillips’ “narrative,” disseminated by the mainstream media, led directly to the doxxing and violent threatening of the MAGA kids, who have handled themselves with poise and dignity during this ordeal.
Laura Ingraham revealed Tuesday that “the Covington Catholic students threatened by the leftist internet mob will be meeting with
@realDonaldTrump at the White House as early as tomorrow.”
Covington Catholic high school students were subjected to doxxing and threats of violence after they peacefully fended off their confronters — including the Black Hebrew Israelites and a Native activist named Nathan Phillips — near the Lincoln Memorial at the March for Life.
For a while, it seemed like the media was running the table on this story, sending a message to the world that any peaceful people wearing MAGA hats — even Catholic teenagers — will be on the front lines of the cyber war against President Donald Trump and his supporters.
Then something beautiful happened.
A round-the-clock MAGA movement operation exposed the truth of what really happened during the incident, and pulled back the layers of deception that the media uses to concoct false narratives for Democrat and establishment political gain.
Now, the Covington Catholic high school students have the chance to clear their names, and to tell President Trump firsthand about the conditions of intimidation that exist for Trump supporters across the country.
What an accomplishment for these fine young men under trying circumstances!
Here is a video of Native activist Nathan Phillips describing, with no conclusive evidence, how Eastern Michigan University students supposedly harassed him with racist slurs after he approached them in 2015.