Native American activist Nathan Phillips confronted MAGA hat-wearing teens from Covington Catholic high school at the March for Life, where video of his interaction with the students went viral in the mainstream media. This is not the first time Phillips has garnered media attention accusing students of racism. Phillips previously accused students from Eastern Michigan University of being racist toward him in 2015. (READ: Phillips Starred In Skrillex Video About Attacking Police).
In that 2015 instance, Phillips also approached the students, not the other way around, though he claimed the students called him over.
Here is Phillips describing the encounter, which sparked local media attention and student activist outrage:
Peter D’Abrosca highlighted this April 2015 report from Fox 2 in Detroit:
An Ypsilanti man says he was trying to teach a few students dressed in American Indian theme party about respecting Native Americans.
Not long afterward, Nathan Phillips said that an interaction with party-goers and students turned ugly.
Nathan Phillips says he was out for a noon walk on a Saturday in mid-April.
He walked by a home where he saw Eastern Michigan University students dressed as Native Americans.
“They had little feathers on, I was just going to walk by,” Phillips said. “A group of them said ‘Come on over, come here.'”
He says he walked over to the fence and saw roughly 30 to 40 students involved in a theme party.
“They had their face painted,” Phillips said. “I said what the heck is going on here. ‘Oh we are honoring you.’ I said no you are not honoring me.”
It was a statement he says they took offense to.
“Then started whooping and hollering,” he said. “I said that wasn’t honoring, that was racist. Then at that time, it really got ugly.”
Phillips says he was bombarded with racial slurs.
“(They said) ‘Go back to the reservation, you blank indian,'” he said.
One student, he says, threw a beer can at him.
“If I would have stayed where I was at, it would have hit me in the head,” he said. “I backed up and it hit me in the chest.”
He had seen enough at that point and says he called the police.
“By the time police got there, it was like there was no party there at all,” he said.
Phillips filed a report with campus police who tell FOX 2 they are investigating the matter.
FOX 2 stopped by the home in question. Someone came to the door, but didn’t open up.
Why did Phillips go over to the fence? Why not just walk away?
“For me just to walk by and have a blind eye to it,” he said. “Something just didn’t allow me to do it.”
He claims this group referred to themselves as the Hurons, the former mascot at EMU at one time.
“The mascot issue at the university was changed 20 years ago,” Phillips said. “That I’m dealing with it 20 years later … There’s a lot of hate behind that.”
As for what should happen to the students he claimed harassed him, he hopes others can learn from this.
“Whoever would sit judgement on them, the university the law, society, that is their job,” Phillips said. “I will pray for them that they will see a better way.”
Eastern Michigan issued a statement that says the investigation is ongoing and they will comply with policies and procedures.
Some students say that doesn’t go far enough. They plan a news conference Wednesday to make sure this issue is not forgotten.
BIG: Trump Bans Federal Contractors From Engaging in Hateful Critical Race Theory Indoctrination
No more race-based indoctrination.
Weeks after banning the use of hateful critical race theory indoctrination sessions among federal agencies, President Donald Trump is expanding the CRT ban to companies that receive lucrative federal government contracts.
The President announced he is expanding the ban to cover private government contractors in a series of Tuesday tweets.
…with our Country, the United States Military, Government Contractors, and Grantees. Americans should be taught to take PRIDE in our Great Country, and if you don’t, there’s nothing in it for you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 22, 2020
The ban on governmental contractors will doubtlessly instill panic in the CEO’s of powerful Fortune 500 companies, who love to tout their supposed virtue by staging race-based trainings on their often unwilling employees. Many of these companies are largely dependent on payments from the United States government, despite masquerading as a “free enterprise.”
The President’s executive order on the matter refutes the liberal identity-politics doctrine alleging that some people are inherently oppressive or evil on the basis of their race.
The ban’s coverage of contractors that do business with the United States military may be the most significant. Organizations such as Sandia National Laboratories, which is a longstanding federal nuclear research institutions, were busted staging hateful “trainings” in which white male employees were coerced into repeating progressive and BLM-style drivel.
Christopher Rufo, whose reporting may have been essential in bringing hateful CRT trainings to President Trump’s attention, has obtained a copy of the executive order banning its practitioners from receiving government contracts. View it here.
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