Don Trump Jr. interceded in the controversy surrounding the Covington Catholic high school students after a round-the-clock MAGA movement operation exposed the true details of Native left-wing activist Nathan Phillips’ confrontation of the Trump-supporting teens at the March for Life.
Trump Jr. denounced Democrat congressman John Yarmuth, who hails from the students’ home state of Kentucky. Yarmuth notoriously declared, “I am calling for a total and complete shutdown of teenagers wearing MAGA hats until we can figure out what is going on. They seem to be poisoning young minds. The conduct we saw in this video is beyond appalling, but it didn’t happen in a vacuum. This is a direct result of the racist hatred displayed daily by the President of the United States who, sadly, some mistake for a role model.”
Was that supposed to be funny?
Sure, now that his narrative was destroyed & after the MSM blatantly tried to Dox/destroy these young kids lives because they so badly wanted it to be true… now it’s a JOKE
Give me a break. The only joke is the MSM itself & this clown trying to get them to pay attention to him https://t.co/q0UYJ5ttlR
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) January 21, 2019
Fake News CNN host S.E. Cupp expressed “regret” Monday for joining in the verified Blue Check pile-on on the MAGA kids.
Hey guys. Seeing all the additional videos now, and I 100% regret reacting too quickly to the Covington story. I wish I’d had the fuller picture before weighing in, and I’m truly sorry.
— S.E. Cupp (@secupp) January 21, 2019
Here was S.E. Cupp’s characteristically unwatchable segment on the MAGA teens:
Not all of the anti-MAGA kid commentators are backing away from their hateful attempt to ruin those young people, who have been doxxed and threatened with violence.
But MAGA movement pressure clearly played a role in the about-faces that have occurred.
Activist C.J. Pearson’s #VerifiedBullies database seeks to chronicle all the instances of journalists and other commentators attacking the Covington Catholic high school students, who were confronted by a Native American activist named Nathan Phillips at the March For Life. (RELATED: GoFundMe Launches To Help The Students).
Brilliantly, Pearson is crowdsourcing the contents of the database, and he is seeing remarkable results.
#VerifiedBullies Database is now 1800+ tweets strong,” Pearson declared late Sunday night.
Earlier in the evening, Pearson reported that “We’re getting new submissions every 30 seconds.”
Pearson plans to authenticate the accuracy of all the submissions, and then the database will be turned over to legal counsel for the Covington Catholic students.
The plight of the students, vilified in the media and facing expulsion, has galvanized Trump supporters from around the country, who have seen far too many instances of the media targeting everyday people for their pro-Trump beliefs.
The MAGA movement is committed to exposing and correcting the unfair treatment of these students, in effect announcing to the world that it is okay to wear a MAGA hat in public.
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