CNN just published a softball interview with Nathan Phillips, the Native American man at the center of the recent episode at the Lincoln Memorial with some high school students from Kentucky.
Phillips is a con man.
Prove me wrong.
In yesterday’s email I described for you what happened in the now-famous confrontation. I viewed hours of footage to see whose story matched the evidence.
Let’s just say Phillips came in second.
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In the original story, Catholic high school students approached and surrounded a peaceful Native American man, and shouted “Build that wall!” The man was merely trying to keep peace between the students and another group, we were told.
When the full footage was released, apologies flooded in — not nearly as many as there should have been (the cowardly and evil Bill Kristol merely deleted his defamatory Tweets instead of apologizing to the kids he’d smeared), but more than I expected.
Now on to CNN. I’ll put Phillips’ words in bold.
“We were finishing up with Indigenous Peoples March and rally and there were some folks there that were expressing their (First Amendment) rights there, freedom of speech.”
So that’s how he describes the openly racist Black Hebrew Israelites. “Some folks there that were expressing their…freedom of speech.” (Note later that he will not extend the same courtesy to the students.)
“The folks that were having their moment there” (he is referring here to the black racists), “they were saying things that I don’t know if I agreed with them or not, but some of it was educational, and it was truth, and it was history about…