Case in point: Following an interview with the Native American deceiver this Thursday morning, NBC News published an outrageous piece titled, “Nathan Phillips, Native American activist in D.C. standoff, forgives Catholic school students.”
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) January 24, 2019
Now read the first paragraph of NBC’s misleading report: “Nathan Phillips, the Native American activist who was stared down by a Kentucky Catholic school student as he beat a hand drum during a tense moment in Washington, D.C., said he is now able to forgive those who were involved.”
False. Video evidence shows that Phillips, an adult, approached the kids while loudly banging a drum and then proceeded to stare down Covington student Nick Sandmann as the boy stood politely with a smile.
But as disingenuous as NBC’s report happens to be, it pales in comparison to Phillips’ deception and appalling lack of remorse for his own misdeeds.
During the NBC interview, he reiterated again about hearing the kids chant “build the wall,” despite hours of video footage that hasn’t been able to corroborate his accusation.
Then he attacked Sandmann for having stood up for himself:
Then he said Sandmann needs to apologize to the world for something (being white maybe?):
And after all this trash-talking, he said that he forgives Sandmann and his peers.
“Even though I’m angry, I still have that forgiveness in my heart for those students” he said, adding in regard to Sandmann specifically, “I forgive him.”
That’s right, liar Nathan Phillips forgives the teen boy for, one, defending himself against the racist taunts of a group of hateful Black Hebrew Israelites (whom Phillips defended, by the way), and two, standing politely in front of him with a smile while he banged his drums like a thug.
The only thing that remains unclear is whom the denizens of social media plan to condemn more harshly: Phillips himself or the network that Michelle Malkin refers to as “Nothing But Crap”:
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NBC = Nothing But Crap. https://t.co/OCbMQmkR1G
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 24, 2019
— nyccookie (@TracyAChambers) January 24, 2019
Now watch the Chief Running Lie interview. She basically throws him softballs and helps him tow the liberal bs narrative. Absolute garbage folks.
— MJJ (@jacktsnack) January 24, 2019
You and Phillips are absolute jokes.
— BanderasGIF (@GifBanderas) January 24, 2019
And they “wonder” why we don’t trust them. No integrity. Shocked good companies pay to have this garbage produced.
— Bryant Keefe (@BryantKeefe) January 24, 2019
Insincerity? Lack of responsibility? This guy lied about being a Vietnam vet and went AWOL multiple times when he was enlisted!
This man is a repeated liar who called the kids “beasts!”
You are a garbage network employing garbage people.
— travtotheworld (@travtotheworld) January 24, 2019
Absolutely the most biased irrelevant coverage of the truth. Nathan Phillipips and his radical extremist friends are pure garbage. Poor job by NBC and Savannah Guthrie.
— Bill Fugate (@bill_fugate) January 24, 2019
The lies never seem to end with NBC.
“The activist clarified Thursday that he was a Marines reservist during the Vietnam War, but didn’t serve in Vietnam. Some reports have said he served overseas in the war,” the network reported.
Wrong again. It’s not that “[s]ome reports have said he served overseas in the war” — it’s that Phillips himself, an established liar, said it point-blank just a year ago.
“I’m a Vietnam Vet. I served in Marine Corps 72 to 76. I got discharged May 5, 1976. I got honorable discharge and one of the boxes shows peacetime or, what my box says is that I was in theater. I don’t talk much about my Vietnam times,” he bluntly said in a Facebook video last January.
NBC News and its peers in the liberal media have also neglected to mention Phillips’ criminal history.
“In his own teenage years and early 20s, Phillips, using his adoptive name Nathaniel R. Stanard, was charged with escaping from prison, assault, and several alcohol-related crimes, according to local news reports at the time from his hometown of Lincoln, Neb,” the Washington Examiner reported.
According to the leftist media, Phillips is an angelic figure who was bullied by a group of 15- to 17-year-old teenage boys. But according to everybody with eyes and ears, he’s this:
— George Wilson (@george_x_wilson) January 24, 2019
Nathan Phillips is a liar.
— Francine Scott (@Francine00100) January 24, 2019
Nathan Phillips is a liar, not a victim.
— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) January 24, 2019
🔥Nathan Phillips is a Hero to the 🚨Left Wing media but has been exposed as a🛑Dishonest🛑 left wing activist and never served in Vietnam
— Sektor (K) (@Sekusa1) January 24, 2019
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 22, 2019
Nathan Phillips Is A Bullyhttps://t.co/uHilRWDOvz
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) January 22, 2019
There is video evidence that Nathan Phillips is a fraud and a liar but the media won’t stop giving him a platform to lie and smear innocent kids.
He lied about the #CovingtonCatholicHighSchool story and CNN and others uncritically reported his lies as fact.
— Steph (@steph93065) January 24, 2019
Nathan Phillips is a liar. Why won’t the media hold him accountable? @glennbeck reads Phillips’ ASBURD account of the incident — proven false by video evidence. Glenn covers the #CovingtonCatholic incident in detail on today’s show. Watch here: https://t.co/QAYWz3g6sD pic.twitter.com/Ji3xTM706n
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 22, 2019
My controversial take of the day:
Nathan Phillips is a stolen valor lying scumbag who has spent days trying to ruin the lives of young boys so he can get the attention he deeply desires but does not deserve. The media is complicit every time they give him audience.
— Annie•V•Anomic (@AV_SardonicWaif) January 24, 2019
Nathan Phillips is a snake oil salesman, a pathological liar. He lied about his service record, he was a refrigerator repair man who went AWOL, hardly a distinguished record. He lied about his confrontation with Covington. Only those who hate Trump would give him any air time
— theangrybrit (@crowthornejohn) January 24, 2019
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