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Jan 22 2019

Nathan Phillips Joins Hate Hoax List

Nathan Phillips, the belligerent Indian activist who attempted to provoke innocent high school kid Nick Sandmann and who the media deceptively portrayed as a victim, setting off an astonishing orgy of hatred among liberals, turns out to be such a piece of work that he has been inducted onto the Hate Hoax List.

As mentioned previously, this is not the first time Phillips tried provoking people so that he could claim they were oppressing him. Evidently, he is making a career of such nefarious activities:

Nathan Phillips is raising money with the help of a major big-money left-wing operation, and has a history of appearing in the press claiming to be a victim of anti-Native racism.

As noted at Big League Politics:

Phillips is not simply a random Native man who was accosted by “racist” MAGA-hat wearing teens, as the mainstream press has reported. He is connected to leftist activists who donate large sums to leftist causes. And now, he is personally fundraising off the mainstream press’ misdeeds.

In an astonishing display of viciousness, Phillips has indicated that he wants the innocent kids he victimized to be expelled — not despite but in light of revelations that they were not even taunting him as the media claimed. It seems they have not suffered enough for being white Catholics from the Heartland who support the POTUS and don’t like abortion, despite the liberal mob having been ginned up into such a frenzy against them that their school had to close due to safety concerns. Death threats have been issued against the kids, presumably by self-righteously tolerant progressives.

In addition to other crimes against decency, Phillips may be guilty of stolen valor:

According to multiple news accounts, the activist is 64 years old, which means he would have been 18 years old in 1973, the last year any U.S. combat units were stationed in Vietnam. Mr. Phillips also claims to be a Marine veteran, although the last Marine combat units left Vietnam in 1971.

His service claims smell like a dead rat.

Speaking of rats, members of the mainstream misinformation industry could find themselves in court. Families of the Covington Catholic students may sue media outlets for defamation if they do not retract some of the lies they told while featuring Nick Sandmann and his classmates for the Two Minutes Hate.

This sample of the deceptive and hyperbolic bile on display at MSNBC, featuring race pimp Michael Steele (former Chair-RINO of the RNC), demonstrates why they have a case:

Whoever was really running the Twitter account that first sent the false story viral may belong on the Hate Hoax List too. The account was suspended by Twitter, which forbids “fake and misleading accounts.” It was regarded as suspicious due to its “high follower count, highly polarized and yet inconsistent political messaging, the unusually high rate of tweets, and the use of someone else’s image in the profile photo.”

On tips from Kate P, Impact1, 1-Bodhisattva, Steve T, StephaneDumas, and Varla.




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